On the day before the deadly riots, Stone gave a speech to Trump supporters protesting in D.C., calling it "a historic occasion, because we're mad as hell and we aren't going to take it."
"If you see this fat disheveled load of s**t I strongly recommend that you punch him in the mouth as hard as you possibly can," Stone said. "Do it for America !"
Trump issued pardons for Stone and Flynn in December before he left office.
"It'd be nice if all the Biden voters would put their signs back in the front yard so their neighbors at least know why they're starving to death," Locke told his congregation Sunday.
In reality, firefighters have explained that highly-flammable Styrofoam in the warehouse caught fire, spreading rapidly and causing propane tanks to explode.
Former President Donald Trump commuted Roger Stone's sentence after he was found guilty of lying to Congress in 2019.
A federal lawsuit filed Friday against Trump confidante Roger Stone alleges that he lived "a lavish lifestyle despite owing nearly $2 million in unpaid taxes, interest and penalties."
The former Trump adviser promoted the new social media platform on Parler this week ahead of its planned "VIP early access" rollout.
Cuomo called for stronger gun control measures following two recent mass shootings in Georgia and Colorado.
The InfoWars host also said he offered to pay protection for the Donald Trump ally at the rallies held prior to the insurrection.
"Who won. Trump won. Who Won. Trump Won! Watermark the baddest, 45 the chosen one," the unidentified artist rapped as Stone danced.
Pratt's comment referred to the December 23 pardons that Trump gave to fellow Republicans, security contractors convicted of killing a child in Iraq and the literal turkeys that Trump annually pardons for Thanksgiving.
"I thanked President Trump in person tonight for pardoning me," Stone wrote on Parler.
In 2019, the attorney general said it "would be a crime" for a president to pardon someone in exchange for a promise of loyalty.
"If President Trump pardoned anybody in his orbit, it would not play well," Graham said in 2019. Earlier this week, Trump pardoned three controversial individuals within his political sphere.
President Trump's longtime friend said he would file a $25 million lawsuit alleging prosecutorial misconduct.
Schiff, who was the lead Democratic prosecutor during Trump's impeachment trial, took aim at the president's pardoning of his former campaign manager, Paul Manafort.
The political consultant gave a first TV interview following his presidential pardon to Fox News's Tucker Carlson.
Charles Kushner admitted in 2004 to videotaping an encounter between his brother-in-law and a sex worker in order to delay an investigation into his illegal campaign donations.
Young conservatives, mostly maskless, gathered at an indoor gala to mingle with White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, Fox News host Laura Ingraham, Senator Rand Paul and Trump ally Roger Stone among others at the Turning Point USA Gala on Friday night.
Nick Akerman told CNN that any move by the president to pardon himself or his family could cause legal problems in the future.
The close Donald Trump ally says a "growing number of Florida Republicans" have been urging him to run in the Florida primary against Senator Marco Rubio.
Roger Stone said Wednesday that if evidence that ballots were shipped to Maine by North Korean vessels was investigated, "it would be proof of foreign involvement in the election."
Trump's former adviser made the claim after Barr said the Justice Department found no evidence that would "produce different outcome in the election."
"I understand, Joey, that there are a lot of people out there talking sh*t about you," Stone said. "The only way to combat that of course is to talk sh*t about them."
Stone drafted eight tweets, some of which mentioned a possible peace deal and attacked Hillary Clinton as too adversarial toward Vladimir Putin.
"I think the president can command how and when and under what format he debates, and he should use that power to control the dialogue on debates and to control what debates are ultimately heard by the American people," Stone said.
"This quid pro quo is unacceptable," House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler said. "Congress must act."
The California congressman said he support the president's move to grant Stone clemency, according to a post on CNN correspondent Manu Raju's Twitter account.