As Roger Stone enters the courthouse for his arraignment, a protestor held a sign close to his car. Protestors and supporters alike had already been gathered around the entrance for about an hour.Stone enters the courthouse amid throngs of reporters, supporters and protestors. He remained uncharacteristically silent.Flashing Stone’s signature V-for-victory pose, — made famous by former President Nixon — supporters continued chants of “Roger Stone did nothing wrong!” following his entrance.Stone’s attorney, Robert Buschel is screened after he enters the courthouse following his client. Buschel entered the not guilty plea on behalf of Stone.Protestors and supporters clash after Stone and his attorney entered the courthouse, shouting profanities at one another. One protestor called the Stone supporters “Nazis.”Protestors and supporters gather around Stone’s expected exit while Stone completes the booking of his upcoming hearing inside.Stone exits from a different door, and reporters run to catch him around his car. He flashed V-for-victory signs, but did not comment on his not guilty plea.The crowd hung around after Stone’s car had driven away, chanting both slogans of support and shouts of disgust.Nan Dearborn and protestors from Herdon-Reston Indivisible gather across the street from the courthouse. Dearborn said she decided to protest outside the courthouse because she is upset about “what's been happening to our democracy” and how “Roger Stone has been working to undercut it.”People held Russian flags and played the National Anthem of the U.S.S.R. long after Stone had left the courthouse.