A video from CPAC captures Roger Stone showing off his dance moves to a Trump rap hailing Capitol insurrectionists as ‘patriots’

Roger stone
Roger Stone dances with rapper Forgiato Blow as he arrives for the Conservative Political Action Conference held in the Hyatt Regency on February 27, 2021 in Orlando, Florida. Joe Raedle/Getty Images
  • A video shows Roger Stone dancing along to a hip-hop song at CPAC in Florida on Saturday.
  • Wearing his trademark sunglasses, Stone dances to a song calling the Capitol rioters “patriots.”
  • He is playing backup dancer to local Florida rapper and Trump supporter, Forgiato Blow.
  • Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories.

Longtime Trump advisor Roger Stone was spotted dancing along to a Trump-inspired rap at the Conservative Political Action Committee (CPAC) in Orlando, Florida, on Saturday. 

In a video posted to Twitter by Daily Caller reporter Jorge Ventura, Stone can be seen playing backup dancer to local Florida rapper Forgiato Blow, known for his support of Former President Donald Trump.

Wearing his trademark black glasses, French cuffs, and suspenders, Stone, 68, bops along to the hip-hop song, which describes the January 6 rioters as “patriots pulling up, knocking at the Capitol.” 

“Trump 2021, yeah, he had it in the bag. I just got a call from General Flynn. Yeah, he told me the facts, ” Blow sings in the video. “Democrats, you gonna tell me how you feelin’ about that? Who won? Trump won. Who Won? Trump Won! Watermark the baddest, 45 the chosen one.”

“Fed did a sweep. Patriots be pulling up, knocking on the Capitol,” the lyrics continued.

Watch the moment below:

—Jorge Ventura Media (@VenturaReport) February 27, 2021

 

Later, Stone answered questions about his alleged involvement in the deadly Capitol insurrection on January 6. Trump’s longtime ally was filmed in Washington DC with members of the Oath Keepers militia group hours before the riot.

Earlier this month, the Justice Department and FBI said they would launch an investigation into far-right figures – including Stone and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones – and their role in the riot.

The investigation does not mean that the men will face criminal charges, people familiar with the case told The Washington Post, which first reported the story. 

When asked about the investigation, Stone told reporters at CPAC: “Any honest investigation proves that there was no evidence whatsoever that I was either involved in or knew about this stupid, senseless, counterproductive, illegal assault on the Capitol,” according to CNN.

“Folks who did invade the Capitols should be prosecuted,” he added.

Stone also told Fox News that he would back Trump if the former president launches another campaign for 2024.

Trump is expected to speak at the event on Sunday, in what will be his first public appearance since leaving the White House last month.