Longtime Republican operative and political icon Roger Stone has accused the January 6 Committee, CNN, and his political enemies of producing “fabricated” “deep fake” videos that depict him using hyperbolic language in a call for violence ahead of the January 6 protests, and allegedly criticizing 45th President Donald Trump, along with his daughter Ivanka Trump and son-in-law Jared Kushner.

In two clips released by the January 6 Committee and showcased on CNN, Stone allegedly says “F**k the voting, let’s get right to the violence.”

Stone has since brought the authenticity of the videos into question, accused his political enemies of fabricating them, and noted CNN and the Committee’s refusal to acknowledge other videos of him denouncing violence and calling for peace ahead of January 6.

After playing the CNN videos alongside Infowars host Alex Jones, Stone asked Jones, “did you see my mouth moving in any place?”

Jones replied, “The best they’ve got is edited, 5 second clips that don’t even show your face.” He clarified, “You’re saying these are fake clips?”

“That’s a fabrication. A week ago they had no visual, then in the version they showed at the hearing yesterday, they showed visual of me wearing a mask.” Stone claimed, “the digital soundtrack is exactly the same. That’s a fabrication.”

“It’s a complete fraud and I’ll prove that in federal court because I’m bringing down a $25 million lawsuit against these two fugazy danish filmmakers. That is entirely fabricated,” Stone said.

“We’ve done the digital analysis. Both soundtracks are the same audio, but they invented the second visual,” Stone added. “It’s a fraud.”

In addition to videos publicly released by the Committee, supposedly “unreleased subpoenaed footage” appears to show Stone criticizing the former President’s advisor Jared Kushner.

“Jared Kushner has an IQ of 70. He’s coming to Miami. We will eject him from Miami very quickly. He’ll be leaving very quickly, very quickly. He has 100 security guards? I’ll have 5,000 security guards. You want to fight? Let’s fight. Fuck you. Fuck you and your abortionist bitch daughter,” Stone is depicted saying in the alleged “deep fake” video.

In a separate video statement posted to Rumble, Stone states that the footage is the “epitome of a deep fake.”

“Since the moment I was pardoned in the phony Russian Collusion Hoax, the hysterical woke left has been out to kill me. Bitter and angry, now they’re particularly upset because the January 6 Committee has no evidence whatsoever that I knew in advance about, participated in, or condoned any illegal act on January 6,” Stone said.

“Now the exact same people who manipulated a video for their hearing, in which I appear to call for violence, while ignoring a real video shot in front of the Supreme Court on January 5 in which I denounce violence, have produced this video in which I allegedly attack President Donald Trump.”

“Can you see my lips moving? Neither can I. This is the epitome of a deep fake,” Stone continued.

“After all, if I was going to turn on Donald Trump, wouldn’t I have done it when I was facing a 7-9 year sentence, and Mueller and his thugs were pressuring me and offering me leniency in my sentencing, if I would flip on the president?”

Stone concluded, “These people are despicable, but anyone who knows me knows that I am loyal to Donald Trump, and I’m ready to support him in 2024 over my own state governor.”

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