Former Trump adviser Roger StoneRoger Jason StoneWhite House orders the release of Trump records to the committee on January 6th. Bannon says he discussed how to ‘kill this administration in the manger’ with Trump before January 6. Roger Stone served with Capitol riot case during radio interview. said he “may be forced” to run for governor of Florida if Gov. Ron DeSantisRon DeSantisRepublican gerrymandering promises even more polarized Congress University of Florida cuts off three professors from testifying in a lawsuit over the election proposal Texas AG is suing the White House for vaccine mandate MORE (R) does not revise votes cast in the state during the 2020 election.
“If Governor Ron DeSantis does not order a full revision of the Florida 2020 vote, I may be forced to seek the Libertarian Party’s nomination for governor in 2022,” Stone wrote on his Telegram channel Sunday.
“I heard Governor Ron DeSantis say that Florida had the most honest election in our history in 2020, but I know for sure that there are 1 million phantom voters on the Florida voter lists. These ‘voters’ simply do not exist,” he added. the platform to its around 20,000 subscribers without backing the claim.
Stone posted a similar message on Gab, an alternative social media platform.
Roger Stone threatens to sabotage Desantis’ re-election by running against him as a libertarian if he does not come out for a revision of the 2020 election in FL. pic.twitter.com/EcFPmTnMlK
– Ron Filipkowski (@RonFilipkowski) October 31, 2021
In August, seven Capitol police officers filed a lawsuit against Stone, alleging that he bears some responsibility for the deadly Capitol riot on January 6.
Trump in 2020 won Florida by about 3 percentage points, but state and local Republican lawmakers have called for a “forensic review” of the results, putting DeSantis, who has often defended Trump, in an awkward position when he called Florida’s 2020 electoral system a model for the nation.
The Hill has contacted representatives of Stone and DeSantis for comment.