'Let's get right to the violence': New documentary film footage shows Roger Stone pre-Election Day

“F**k the voting, let’s get right to the violence,” Stone can be heard saying, according to footage provided by a Danish documentary film crew and obtained by CNN.
The filmmakers, Christoffer Guldbrandsen and Frederik Marbell, followed Stone for portions of about three years for their documentary film.
The footage shared with the committee may be incorporated into its upcoming hearing this week.
“Stay tuned,” Raskin said at the Texas Tribune festival when asked about Stone’s possible connections to the Capitol riot.
The filmmakers said they were not able to establish a link between Stone, those groups and the White House.
Members of the Oath Keepers and Proud Boys face multiple charges – including seditious conspiracy – for their actions during the Capitol riot.
The film crew was also contacted by the FBI in March and has not shared footage with federal investigators, the filmmakers said.
Video Ad Feedback 03:11 - Source: CNN Filmmaker: Video shows Roger Stone revealing how 'stop the steal' would workIn a second clip of the documentary, also obtained by CNN, Stone said that Trump should prematurely claim victory on election night 2020.
Possession is nine tenths of the law, no we won,” Stone said on November 1, 2020, according to the footage.
As far back as July 2020, Stone talked about challenging the upcoming presidential election in the courts.
And the judges we’re going to, are judges I appointed.”Stone disputed the authenticity of the footage.
How ironic that Kim Kardashian and I are both subjected to computer manipulated videos on the same day,” Stone said in a statement to CNN.