Veteran Republican political consultant and former advisor to President Donald Trump’s, Roger Stone, addressed this past weekend's “Stop the Steal” rally at the Freedom Tower in Miami, Florida.
Stone led the group of about 200 supporters of President Trump with a “No Justice! No Peace!” chant after speaking for a few moments about voter fraud. Stone opined about how he believed the election was a “heist." Stone also adding that he was “absolutely convinced” that the president won the election.
"We are here because we object to and we will not accept the heist of the 2020 election from the American people," stated Stone. "I am absolutely convinced that Donald J. Trump won the majority of the legal votes back."
Earlier this year, President Trump commuted Stone’s prison sentence after being convicted of 7 felonies. It is widely speculated that Trump could pardon Stone for the crimes he was convicted of.
Other speakers that addressed the Trump faithful during the "Stop the Steal" rally including Collier County Republican State Committeewoman JoAnn DeBartolo and Conservative Journalist Laura Loomer.
Loomer didn't mince her words. Loomer called for voters to search out “representatives” where they work and where they live and confront them for working against Trump this past election cycle.
“We are going to fight back with civil disobedience,” said Loomer.” We are going to find out where those representatives live, and you show up to their homes, you show up to their workplace. You find out where their family members are and you start confronting them. We are not going to take it. We are not gonna sit back and take it we are not going to allow the Democrat party to transform the country into a communist state.”
The 2020 general election is slated to officially be certified Monday, December 14.
Over the past weekend, Trump’s legal time filed several “emergency filings” with the Supreme Court regarding the election results in several key battleground states.
The voter fraud “filings” were entered for Wisconsin, Georgia, Arizona, Michigan, and Pennsylvania.