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Roger Stone Grosses Out The Internet After Saying He'll Freeze His Sperm For Failed GOP Candidate

Roger Stone Grosses Out The Internet After Saying He'll Freeze His Sperm For Failed GOP Candidate
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In news nobody asked for, Machiavellian alt-right political operative Roger Stone announced he had some of his sperm frozen for use by failed GOP congressional candidate and alt-right conspiracy theorist Laura Loomer.

Stone made the nauseating declaration on Gab, where he and Loomer are both active because they've both been banned by most other social media platforms for their far-right rhetoric.

Along with a picture of he and Loomer embracing, Stone wrote:

"Since I don't I have a biological heir and because the freedom movement needs future warriors I am going to freeze some of my sperm in case Laura Loomer decides to bear my child sometime in the future #freedom #Warriors"


Weird and gross as this is, Stone and Loomer are kind of a match made in alt-right heaven.

Stone is an infamous Republican operative and conspiracy theorist who was an adviser on former Republican President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign. He was a convicted felon because of charges stemming from Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation, for which he was subsequently pardoned by Trump in December 2020.

Loomer is an alt-right White nationalist conspiracy theorist and Islamophobe who has worked for InfoWars, the online fake news show hosted by conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, and Project Veritas, the far-right group that attempts to entrap liberals with secretly recorded and deceptively edited videos. She ran for Congress in 2020, and lost by 20 percentage points.

But as perfect bedfellows as they may be, even the pair's slavishly devoted White-nationalist fans on Gab, the notorious home of the Twitter-banned alt-right, were skeeved out by Stone's post. Commenters called it everything from "gross" to "creepy," with one simply writing, "This is fu*king weird."

And if the pair's fans were skeeved, people on Twitter were downright revolted—and the jokes and memes, of course, were right on point.

Anyway, there you have it—your allotted nightmare fuel for the day.

You're welcome.