Longtime Trump advisor Roger Stone appeared before corrupt Obama-appointed Judge Amy Berman Jackson Thursday after she summoned him to court over an Instagram post.
Roger Stone pleaded for his freedom Thursday and said on the witness stand, ‘I am kicking myself over my own stupidity.’
Thursday, the judge imposed a total gag order on Roger Stone — the judge previously only limited Stone’s gag order.
“I’m not giving you another chance,” the judge said, adding, “I have serious doubts about whether you have learned any lesson at all.”
Judge Amy Berman Jackson then ruled, “The defendant may not speak publicly about the case. Period. He may not comment about the case indirectly.”
Amy Berman Jackson said she would jail Roger Stone until his trial if he defies her total gag order.
“Violation of this order will be a basis for revoking your bond and detaining you pending trial,” she scolded. “This is not baseball. There will not be a third chance.”
Roger Stone is still allowed to fund raise and maintain he is innocent, however.
On Tuesday, Judge Amy Berman Jackson ordered Roger Stone to appear in court this week to explain his since-deleted Instagram post where he slammed the judge assigned to his case.
Roger Stone shared an image of Judge Amy Berman Jackson with a neo-pagan symbol in the background — and the media immediately erupted and claimed Roger Stone was “sending a message” to the judge by placing “crosshairs” behind her head. (screenshot below)
“Through legal trickery Deep State hitman Robert Mueller has guaranteed that my upcoming show trial is before Judge Amy Berman Jackson, an Obama appointed Judge who dismissed the Benghazi charges again Hillary Clinton and incarcerated Paul Manafort prior to his conviction for any crime,” Stone wrote in the caption.
Roger Stone later “humbly” apologized for sharing the image on his Instagram page.
“A photo of Judge Jackson posted on my Instagram has been misinterpreted. This was a random photo taken from the Internet. Any inference that this was meant to somehow disrespect the Court is categorically false. What some say are crosshairs are in fact the logo of the organization that originally posted it something called corruption central. They use the logo in many photos.” Stone said in a statement to ABC News.
Roger Stone was exercising his First Amendment rights by criticizing Judge Amy Berman Jackson on Instagram, but Trump supporters don’t have Constitutional rights in our two-tiered justice system.