Longtime President Trump associate, informal adviser, and political consultant Roger Stone threatened to bring legal action against Twitter after his own profane tirade against various CNN anchors and contributors led to his account being suspended by the social media platform.
Stone's disjointed, expletive-filled tweets followed CNN's breaking report that the first charges had been filed in Special Counsel Robert Mueller's probe into possible Russian collusion with the Trump campaign. His targets included Don Lemon, Jake Tapper, Ana Navarro, and Bill Kristol. He said Lemon should be "humiliated, mocked and punished".
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Naturally, plenty of people screengrabbed Stone's meltdown and various news organizations cited the offending tweets.
In a text, Stone told BuzzFeed News that he was told the suspension was temporary.
The move came after Stone lashed out at several CNN reporters and called them derogatory slurs. That language runs afoul of Twitter's anti-harassment policy, which states that users can not "incite or engage in the targeted abuse or harassment of others".
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Stone then went after Lemon, calling him an "ignorant, lying covksucker" (sic), a "dumb piece of sh*t" and a "dull witted arrogant partyboi".
In a Facebook post, Mr Stone said he believed his suspension should have ended "some time ago yet my Twitter feed is still not functional".
Update, October 29th, 9:05am: It looks like Roger Stone is now tweeting under the account for his Netflix documentary, Get Me Roger Stone. In April, Twitter suspended his account after Stone threatened an employee of the progressive group Media Matters, according to The Hill. Hey, back up to the last of Stone's tweets that Keith Boykin screengrabbed. "This is just part and parcel of the tech left's effort to silence conservative voices".
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Stone on Sunday morning suggested that he could sue Twitter over the suspension, which is reportedly a permanent ban.