Roger Stone is stone cold in the face of his critics and detractors.
A day after he was arrested by 27 FBI agents armed s if they were headed to war Stone emerged on Saturday definite as ever with a message for Mueller.
The former campaign aide for President Donald Trump was spotted with a shit that read “Roger Stone Did Nothing Wrong” on the front.
On the back it read “If I weren’t effective you wouldn’t hate me. Stone Cold Since 1968,” The Daily Mail reported.
His t-shirt also contained a head shot of Nixon, which Stone also has permanently tattooed on his back.
Since his arrest, he has proclaimed his innocence and said he is ready to fight the charges against him. And reflecting that defiant sentiment, the back of his t-shirt read: ‘IF I WEREN’T EFFECTIVE, YOU WOULDN’T HATE ME. STONE COLD SINCE 1968.’
The t-shirt contained a link to the website aiming to raise funds to a newly-created website to meet Stone’s legal costs.
The website, rogerstonelegaldefensefund.com, contains an option to donate various amounts of money with no limit as he looks set to mount his legal defense.
The silver-haired strategist was later seen around his home picking up his newspapers and again waved his arms in the air sign giving a peace-sign to awaiting paparazzi.
Donald Trump defended his Presidential election strategist, and the man who was seen as pivotal in him winning the election, by claiming his arrest was the ‘Greatest Witch Hunt in the History of our Country!’
On Saturday, he again tweeted his support for Stone, this time saying: ‘If Roger Stone was indicted for lying to Congress, what about the lying done by Comey, Brennan, Clapper, Lisa Page & lover, Baker and soooo many others?
‘What about Hillary to FBI and her 33,000 deleted Emails? What about Lisa & Peter’s deleted texts & Wiener’s laptop? Much more!’
Stone faces charges of tampering with witnesses and obstructing a House intelligence committee probe into whether the Trump campaign coordinated with Russia to tip the election.
Last month it was reported that Stone had to give up health insurance because he couldn’t afford it as the Russia probe has dried up his consulting business.
In numerous interviews he has mentioned the fundraising website as it is thought that his legal costs could be substantial.
Stone has decried the Mueller indictment against him as ‘thin’ and ‘fabricated’ and said he’s gearing up for a fierce legal battle as he hit the talk show circuit hours after his high-profile arrest.
Speaking to Fox News’ Tucker Carlson on Friday night, the former confidant to President Donald Trump declared: ‘I intend to plead not guilty. I believe I will be vindicated.