While filming a video on Cameo, an app that allows people to pay for personalized messages from celebrities or other big name figures, Roger Stone was tricked into giving Joe Biden a pep-talk pre-Presidential debate number two.
Stone worked on the political campaigns of various Republicans since the 1970s including President Donald Trump. He was also convicted of witness tampering, obstructing an official proceeding and five counts of making false statements during Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
President Trump commuted Stone's sentence.
The video was posted by Rob Flaherty, the Biden campaign's digital director.
In it, Stone says:
"This is Roger Stone. So I understand Joey that there are a lot of people out talking sh*t about you."
"The only way to combat that, of course, is to talk sh*t about them."
Stone then goes on to show all the maturity his 2016 Trump campaign was known for by comparing Ari Melber from MSNBC to fecal matter:
"What I like to say is, when I wipe my derriere after I defecate—what is left on the TP is more intelligent, has more integrity than, say, Ari Melber of MSNBC."
"This is a stunning insult, and I invite you to use it on anyone who deserves it. Good luck to you, Joey."
Since Stone is currently banned from Twitter, it's unknown if he's aware this his $75 fee for this Cameo was put towards the Biden campaign.
The election is now less than two weeks away.