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Eric Trump Says His Daddy ‘Fought For This Country’ And Twitter Can’t Stop Laughing 

Eric Trump simply cannot believe that people are blaming his father for contributing to the pathetic showing of Republicans in the midterm election. After all, he claims, his old man has “fought for this country.”

Oh, and while he was at it, Eric also compared his dad to quarterback Tom Brady of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

In a video shared online by Ron Filpikowski, Eric remarks:

“My father fought for this country. Tom Brady always fought and played for his team. My father’s playing for Team America.”

Of course, as has been established years ago, Donald Trump never “fought” for his country. During Vietnam, he was excused from military service because he claimed to have “bone spurs” in his feet. However, years later the ex-president couldn’t remember if the spurs were in both feet or just one.

Also, the daughter of a New York podiatrist has since revealed that her father gave Donald the medical excuse as a favor to Fred Trump, the former president’s father.

Eric’s absurd comments were thoroughly mocked on Twitter.


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Don Jr. And Eric Gave Trump Org. CFO A $200K Raise After They Discovered He Was Cooking The Books

Allen Weisselberg, the former CFO of the Trump Organization, said said under oath Friday that Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump knew he was engaging in tax fraud on behalf of the company yet gave him a $200,000 a year raise after they found out about his crimes.

The New York Post reports that Don Jr. and Eric discovered Weisselberg’s illegal actions in 2017. Specifically, he and two other top Trump Org. executives were getting perks they didn’t report as income on their taxes, but the ex-president’s sons weren’t upset by the discovery.

The sons learned of the tax cheating during a “cleanup process” the company underwent with tax auditors when Trump took office as president, Weisselberg said.

When prosecutor Susan Hoffinger asked the longtime chief financial officer if the Trump Org. demoted or punished him in light of the discovery, he said no.

“Were you in fact given a raise … that totaled approximately $200,000?” Hoffinger asked.

“Correct,” Weisselberg replied on his final day of testimony.

Weisselberg pleaded guilty in August of accepting $1.7 million worth of unreported benefits that included free rent on an expensive apartment on the Upper West Side, luxury cars, and private school tuition payments for his grandchildren.

The Trump Organization is accused of helping Weisselberg and other top managers cheat on their taxes for 15 years by falsifying reports to the government.

Today’s revelations come as Trump, his children, and his company are facing massive civil penalties in a case brought by New York Attorney General Letitia James. If Trump Org. is found guilty in that case, the company could face massive financial penalties and the imposition of a economic “death penalty” that prohibit them from ever doing business in the state of New York again. Trump Org. is headquartered in the Empire State even though the failed former president now lives in Palm Beach, Florida, at his Mar-a-Lago estate.

The one-term, twice-impeached ex-president it also facing the prospect of being charged under the Espionage Act for hoarding classified documents at Mar-a-Lago in violation of federal law.

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Eric Trump Claims He’s Not A ‘Tinfoil-Hat Wearing’ Kook And Gets His A*s Handed To Him

Eric Trump wants the world to know that he’s not some right-wing kook who believes every bizarre conspiracy theory he sees on the dark corners of the internet, but his declaration of not being a “tinfoil-hat wearing” nutjob was met with skepticism online.

According to HuffPost, Eric was speaking at a pro-Trump “ReAwaken America” event in Branson, Missouri on Friday when he made his remarks.

“It’s unthinkable what these people are doing to this nation. The way they want to destroy Christianity, the way they want to destroy our families, the way they’re destroying our children, the way they’re destroying our history, the way they’re rewriting our textbooks — guys, this is a cognizant war in this country.”

The son of failed, one-term, twice-impeached former president Donald Trump then added:

“I’m not like the tinfoil hat-wearing guy. But if anybody thinks that they’re not weaponizing every single one of these systems — there’s only one party that’s weaponizing the systems.”

Sorry, Eric, but the facts don’t support your overly defensive comments. After all, this is the same Eric Trump who continues to say that his daddy was cheated out of a second term in office despite failing to present a shred of evidence to support such an accusation.

The Trump clan has also trafficked in other conspiracy theories, including but not limited to:

  • Claiming former president Barack Obama wasn’t born in the United States
  • Supporting the wacko theories of the QAnon cult
  • Saying a “deep state” is allied against the them
  • Suggesting that wind turbines cause cancer
  • Claiming vaccines cause autism in children
  • Suggesting that Obama “spied” on the 2016 Trump campaign
  • Saying that Ted Cruz’s father, Rafael, played a role in the assassination of John F. Kennedy

And yet Eric wants to us to believe he doesn’t wear a tinfoil hat and promote bullshit lies all over the internet? For that, the internet got its revenge.

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Don Jr. And Eric Demanded A Stake In Their Father’s Truth Social Company: Report

Proving the old adage that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, a new report suggests that Donald Trump Jr. and his brother, Eric, are indeed grifters just like their old man, and even demanded a stake in his Truth Social company even though they played no role in the formation of the social media site which has been plagued by financial problems since it went live in February.

Will Wilkerson, a co-founder of Truth Social, told The Washington Post that Don Jr. and Eric asked for a “handout” even though they deserved nothing.

“They were coming in and asking for a handout. They had no bearing in this company … and they were taking equity away from hard-working individuals.”

Wilkerson was one of the very first Trump Media & Technology Group employees and later served as vice president of operations until Thursday when he was forced off the board by the ex-president. Why? Because he failed to be sufficiently obedient to Trump when it came to issues such as making sure that former first lady Melania Trump was also given stock in the company, even if that meant having to take stock from someone who actually worked at the company.

Now, however, Wilkerson is cooperating the Securities and Exchange Commission, which suspects possibly illegal behavior by the former president and others who are associated with Truth Social.

Included among the evidence Wilkerson has handed over to investigators is a computer log he kept while he worked for Trump Media. That log includes mentions of Don Jr.:

“Trump Jr. ‘needs a bedtime story and some love.'”

Not only does the apple not fall far from the tree, neither does the grifting.


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Eric Trump May Have Just Cost Republicans The Midterm Election 

For months now, pollsters and political advisers have been urging Republican candidates not to make the 2022 midterm elections about disgraced, one-term, twice-impeached former president Donald Trump because doing so will hand the election to Democrats.

Yet despite the warnings, Eric Trump went on Newsmax and declared that the GOP is indeed the Party of Trump.

“We knew when we stood on that stage and you’re going to find out who your real friends were. My father is the first thing that he said to us as a family, and you know what? I’ve loved fighting for this country. We’ve taken an unbelievable amount of arrows, but we love red, white and blue. And um, I certainly hope my father does it again.

“I think he’s the best president this country has ever had. He’s willing to fight. No other Republican is willing to fight and I think he’s fundamentally changed the party. The Republican Party is no longer the Republican Party. It is the Trump party.”

The Republican Party is the Trump party, Eric? That’s good to know, even though many of us have known it for quite some time now.

The GOP allows Trump to handpick candidates. They have continued to defend him no matter what he says or does, even when his words and actions are detrimental to them. They’re in a codependent relationship with a man who only cares about himself and is only interested in how he can promote his brand and name.

Recent polls show the ground is shifting under the Republicans. A once-comfortable lead in many key House and Senate races has evaporated, and the weakest GOP candidates are (surprise!) the ones that Trump endorsed.

If indeed the midterms don’t give Republicans the results they need, will they finally cut Trump off and ban him from their party? Of course not! They’re too afraid of him and too brainwashed to change their behavior.