If you can't make it to his gentlemen's club tour, you can also buy an autographed rock from his website for a mere $12.72. It's supposedly "the perfect gift for the Trump supporter, InfoWarrior or Stonetrooper," because yes, Roger Stone is both courting Alex "Sandy Hook was staged" Jones fans and comparing his own supporters to the canon fodder of a fictional space empire that goes around blowing up planets.
Stone and his fans will tell you that this is all part of his approach to politics: always be getting attention, always be generating controversy. His publicist even said that appearing at strip clubs was perfectly in character for a man who's spoken in favor of weed legalization and LGBT rights -- two things the administration he helped get elected are famously super into. But he's also desperate for money after his legal defense forced him to downgrade his lavish lifestyle, so don't be surprised if we continue to get profiles about what a master manipulator he is right before his final pre-jail appearance at a dilapidated Arby's.