Roger Stone Calls for Ex-CIA Chief John Brennan to be 'Hung for Treason'
Trump associate calls for conviction of former CIA director
Trump associate Roger Stone called for former CIA Director John Brennan to be “hung for treason” in an Instagram post that has now been deleted.
Stone called out the former CIA chief in a series of Instagram videos and posts, according to Newsweek.
One post depicted an image of Brennan with the caption: “This psycho must be charged, tried, convicted...and hung for treason."
But an hour later, the posts where deleted.
Stone's attorney, Robert Buschel, has yet to comment following an email from Fox News.
Last year, Brennan called for the death penalty against President Donald Trump after he was removed from the security clearance for "lying and “erratic conduct.
Last month, disgraced former FBI Director James Comey threw Brennan under the bus by insisting it was ex-CIA head who launched the unverified anti-Trump report, otherwise known as the infamous Steele Dossier.
President Donald Trump has criticized former CIA Director John Brennan for concluding that his campaign conspired with Russia in the 2016 election without any substantial evidence.— 🇺🇸Vote Liberty🇺🇸 (@People4Liberty) March 28, 2019
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A dispute has broken out at the highest levels of government over who was pushing the salacious dossier that ultimately led to Robert Mueller's Russia Probe.
The row has intensified after it emerged that Attorney General William Barr has appointed "bulldog" prosecutor, US Attorney John Durham, to investigate the roots of the Russia Probe and decide if the actions of the DOJ and FBI were "lawful and appropriate."
In March, Stone invoked the 5th amendment during the Democrats' investigation refusing to hand over documents requested by House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler on the now debunked Russia probe.
“Mr. Stone respectfully declines to produce any documents and declines any potential invitation for an interview which may follow,” Stone attorney Grant Smith wrote in a letter to Nadler, obtained by Fox News.
“The production of documents that may be responsive to this fishing expedition request would unquestionably be a testimonial act protected by the U.S. Constitution.”