Trump calls Roger Stone's proposed sentence a "terrible miscarriage of justice"

Trump has pardoned at least a couple of cartoonishly repugnant people in recent years, so it's likely Roger Stone will be the next one to get his blessing.

Replying to a tweet that said prosecutors are seeking a sentence of up to 9 years for the convicted felon, Trump tweeted: "This is a horrible and very unfair situation. The real crimes were on the other side, as nothing happens to them. Cannot allow this miscarriage of justice!"

From National Review:

Federal prosecutors said in a court filing Monday that Stone, who was found guilty in November of obstructing justice, witness tampering, and lying to Congress over alleged Russian contacts, should face seven to nine years in federal prison.

"Investigations into election interference concern our national security, the integrity of our democratic processes, and the enforcement of our nation's criminal laws. These are issues of paramount concern to every citizen of the United States. Obstructing such critical investigations thus strikes at the very heart of our American democracy," the prosecutors stated.

After that, Flynn?

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