BILLINGSGATE POST: As the owner of two Yorkies, Roger Stone knows how scary it must have been for the FBI Storm Troopers who were terrorized by his little babies when they came to arrest him at dawn at his home in Fort Lauderdale.
As the master of darkness, who famously has Nixon’s face tattooed on his back, he is considered as an agent provocateur by those in the know. When asked about the tattoo of Nixon, he says it reminds himself, “A man is not finished when he is defeated; he is only finished when he quits.”
The absurdity of it all; the early morning raid by FBI agents dressed in full battle gear, their night-vision sniper rifles locked and loaded, (AFV’s) armored fighting vehicles with self-propelled guns idling in the street, battering rams poised to break down the door, and finally, the sheepish grin on Stone’s face as he emerged from his home, dressed in pajamas, barely able to restrain his vicious Yorkies from taking down the full attack squad. He wanted them bad.
Now, almost exactly one year after the raid, the dozen or so FBI agents who risked their lives capturing Roger Stone, are claiming that they are suffering from PTSD and are unable to work; their lives and careers forever ruined by a snarling Yorkie.
Slim: “Surprised they didn’t soften the under belly of those Yorkies with a Tomahawk Missile attack.”
Dirty: “Yo, Dude. Can’t believe those agents survived the Yorkie counter-attack.”