In Roger Stone‘s Instagram post on President’s Day, he appeared to be attacking Judge Amy Berman Jackson, the federal judge overseeing his case. The symbol in the upper left corner of the image looks like crosshairs, or a gun target next to her head.
Was he calling for violence against the judge after she hit him with a partial gag order? After numerous observers pointed out that Stone’s bail would likely be revoked over the post, he deleted it. Then he went into a panick meltdown and seemed to suggest that he wasn’t the one who posted the image to his account.
Afterward Stone texted CBS News reporter Kathryn Watson, saying he took the image down because it could be open to “miss interpretation.” Is this Stone’s drag name?
Either that or Judge Jackson is now Miss Interpretation herself when she interprets that Stone’s threat is a reason to revoke his bail and throw him in jail.
Got a notification for another Roger Stone Instagram post…it’s the judge presiding over his case. And in the upper left hand corner it looks like the symbol for crosshairs. pic.twitter.com/m6IW3QznTF
— Yashar Ali 🐘 (@yashar) February 18, 2019
Roger Stone texts me this in response to my inquiry about his Instagram post of Judge Amy Berman Jackson that featured crosshairs in the background: pic.twitter.com/smh8bs4JD2
— Kathryn Watson (@kathrynw5) February 18, 2019
(Photo, YouTube; via Palmer Report)