Roger Stone Verdict:  Three Years, Four Months For Cover Up
February 20, 2020

Judge Amy Berman Jackson hands down the sentence: three years, four months.

And check out his nonsense from Stone's attorney prior to the sentencing:

Being convicted and having publicity about being a felon is "enough punishment?" Your client lives for that sh*t. So sayeth the judge:

And Judge Jackson wasn't impressed with the AG's interference in lessening the sentencing requirements.

And she was ESPECIALLY not impressed with Stone's "crosshairs" social media posts:

Now that we know Trump is off the leash, imagine what happens when he pardons Roger Stone:

You made this bed, Republican Senators.

Along with The New York Times.

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