Roger Stone: Trump Supporters could Crowd Fund for $20,000 Fine

Trump’s former adviser Roger Stone has been sentenced to 40 months in jail after being found guilty of seven counts of lying to Congress, obstruction of Justice and witness tampering.

Trump has said that Roger Stone should be cleared but the Judge argued that Mr Stone had threatened her by posting her image on Social media with cross hairs highlighted on the image.

Mr Stone was found guilty of lying to the House Intelligence Committee about his attempts to contact Wikileaks, the whistle-blower website that released damaging emails about Hillary Clinton and the DNC.

Stone will serve two years probabtion after his sentence and has been fined $20,000 and will also have to serve 250 hours community service.

Political pundits already speculate that Trump supporters will soon be setting up a crowd funding page to collect the money required to pay off Roger Stone’s $20,000 fine.

Stone left court with a smile on his face after sentencing and entered a waiting SUV and was whisked away. Donald Trump says the sentencing of his ally is unfair.