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Filmmaker: Eric Trump Thought Inciting Violence was ‘Fair Game’ Because Election was ‘Stolen’

Filmmaker: Eric Trump Thought Inciting Violence was ‘Fair Game’ Because Election was ‘Stolen’

It has been made clear in numerous incidents that the Trump family does not think that the law applies to them. Eric Trump is certainly an example of this.

TULSA, OKLAHOMA – JUNE 20: Eric Trump does an interview during a campaign rally for his father U.S. President Donald Trump at the BOK Center, June 20, 2020 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Trump is holding his first political rally since the start of the coronavirus pandemic at the BOK Center on Saturday while infection rates in the state of Oklahoma continue to rise. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Documentary Filmmaker Alex Holder spoke at length with multiple Trumps in the leadup to the January 6th election. According to Holder, Eric Trump thought inciting violence was “fair game.”

The filmmaker recently told the Independent, “When I asked Eric about the potential danger of sort of rhetoric and the sort of the belligerence, he felt that it was … fair game in that it … was sort of the equivalent on the other side of the political discourse, or he felt that it was the right thing to do … because the election was stolen.”

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Holder also noted that he thought violence would be a very real possibility on that January day. “The idea of violence, to me, seemed likely because of the fact that when you tell 75 million people that their vote didn’t count, and the person that’s telling you that is not just the guy you voted for, but also the incumbent President of the United States, the chance of violence was always there.”

 

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