Roger Stone Stands by His Nasty Attacks on CNN’s Ana Navarro: She’s a ‘Vile’ Person
During an interview with Bill Carter on SiriusXM Insight’s The Bill Carter Interview, Trump pal Roger Stone defended his past profane remarks aimed at political commentator Ana Navarro and insisted he wasn’t being a misogynist at all.
“Criticizing a woman does not make you a misogynist, it means you criticize a specific person” Stone claimed before Carter suggested that using the “c-word” or using the “b-word” may be going too far.
Stone, though, was not the least bit sorry for his language either.
“Sometimes there are words that so perfectly describe something or someone that they must be used,” Stone opined.
He then noted when it comes to what he said about Navarro, he wasn’t at all contrite.
“We are talking about Ana Navarro and I stand by everything I have ever said,” Stone insisted. “She’s a vile human being, I just say what others are thinking.”
He then added that the comment about Navarro eating too much “rice and beans” was not a reference to her Latino heritage but her weight.
“I fat-shamed her,” Stone said, also without remorse.
Watch above, via SiriusXM.
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