Before special counsel Robert Mueller indicted political consultant Roger Stone over his alleged role in the Russian hack of Democratic Party emails, he admitted to collusion — with a bottle of Russian vodka in an Instagram post that poked fun at the investigation and ”libtards.”

The video was posted in February 2018 but resurfaced on Friday when the jest became a reality as the FBI arrested Stone in his Fort Lauderdale home.

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