Have I called longtime Trump pal and unofficial adviser, Roger Stone, the weeping, gangrenous, walking pustule he is, lately?

If not, forgive me for letting that slip.

Stone took his putrid, otherworldly stench to the perfect place – InfoWars – on Wednesday, and as is the habit of the most loathsome and reprobate, launched an  attack on the sensitive wound of someone else’s loss.

Specifically, this gargoyle decided it was time to besmirch the memory of the recently deceased Barbara Bush.

“She is descending into hell right now. She’s not going to heaven. She was a bad person,” Stone told controversial website InfoWars.com Wednesday.

How would somebody like Roger Stone, more vile and blasphemous than just about anyone to come into public view since the start of the last election season, have the slightest idea of who is in Hell or who is Heaven-bound?

If I had to gamble a guess, I’d say Stone’s character makes him far more likely to bust Hell wide open than anyone in the Bush family. I mean, he could still change that and become a completely redeemed and godly man, but he’s not now, and for him to say such a vile and hateful thing about the former first lady is beyond horrible.

That wasn’t all he said.

He initially went after Mrs. Bush in an Instagram post.

He added she made former first lady Betty Ford, who struggled with alcoholism and substance abuse issues, look like temperance movement leader Carrie Nation.

“Barbara Bush drank so much booze, if they cremated her … her body would burn for three days,” the political trickster wrote.

Stone, who worked for Trump’s campaign up until August 2015, and who also had a particularly tight stick up his backside, regarding the Bush family (He wrote a book in 2016, attacking Jeb Bush, called Jeb! and the Bush Crime Family), claims that he was only defending himself, since Barbara Bush supposedly said worse things about him.

“Barbara Bush was a vindictive, entitled, mean spirited woman. May she rest in peace,” he told the online platform.

Yeah, that bit of snark is unnecessary, but then, so is the whole concept of the existence of a toadstool like Roger Stone.

There are truly awful individuals in the world. Stone makes them seem not so bad.