- Roger Stone said Trump ally Jason Miller is a liar and a "despicable piece of shit."
- Stone accused Miller of perjuring himself during the 2016 Mueller Investigation.
- Stone also weighed in on recent troubles faced by the conservative social media app Gettr, whose CEO is Miller.
Longtime GOP strategist Roger Stone has lashed out against fellow Trump ally Jason Miller, calling him a liar and a "despicable piece of shit."
Last year, Jason Miller left his role as former President Donald Trump's spokesman to launch Gettr, a social-media platform that has attracted a primarily right-wing audience.
On Saturday, Roger Stone took to Gab, another right-wing platform, to criticize Miller in what appears to be a long-running dispute.
"You can always tell when Jason Miller of Gettr is lying – his lips are moving. In the 40 years I have been in American politics, I have never met a bigger more despicable piece of shit," Stone wrote.
"I got him his job with Donald Trump in 2016. He rewarded me by perjuring himself in the grand jury Robert Mueller was using to target me. His time in the barrel will come."
In 2019, Stone was sentenced to 40 months in prison in connection with special counsel Mueller's investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 election.
In the final weeks of his presidency, Trump granted Stone a full pardon.
In other messages posted on Gab over the weekend, Stone called Miller a "scumbag," a "duplicitous asshole," and someone that would "sell out his own mother for a nickel."
Under one of the derogatory messages about Miller, Stone shared a Mother Jones article about a recent controversy involving Gettr and podcaster Joe Rogan.
Rogan recently joined Gettr, but then claimed the app was falsely boosting his follower count and that he was considering leaving it.
The Mother Jones article published leaked voice memos sent to Jason Miller by Guo Wengui, a controversial exiled Chinese billionaire.
Miller previously told The Wall Street Journal that Gettr has received financial backing from a foundation tied to Wengui but claimed the billionaire does not have any direct role in the app.
In the voice memos, Wengui is heard advising Miller on how to handle the Rogan situation, suggesting a closer involvement in running the app.