Roger Stone on Wednesday issued a message to every American ahead of the justice rally outside the U.S. Capitol in support of those who stormed that building on Jan. 6.
“No, patriots, stay away from Washington. This is what is called a setup.”
“I don’t know a single person in the MAGA movement who’s going,” he said on Russia Today. “It’s a setup.”
“Here’s my suggestion,” he continued. “The people who will be there will all be working for the government,” he continued, without providing proof. “Nice try.”
Stone said he won’t be attending the event.
He added that there are “so many unanswered questions about Jan. 6” and that “now they’re trying to recreate it.”
“It’s a sympathy ploy,” said Stone. “Let’s face it: Jan. 6 gave the government the single greatest opportunity they’ve ever had to abridge our constitutional rights, particularly our First Amendment rights.”
Stone added that “if there’s a single arme[d] protester there, they’ll be working for the federal government. This is so obvious. Who would go there armed?”
“Folks, I’m appealing to you,” he continued. “Stay away. Stay safe. Stay in your homes and, by all means, never bring a firearm to the District of Columbia.”
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