Tiffany Trump now thought it was the right time to wish her brother Eric Trump a Merry Christmas

Tiffany Trump now thought it was the right time to wish her brother Eric Trump a Merry Christmas

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Eric Trump takes being a painful loser to new American psyche heights

Amid the results of a Georgia runoff approaching to give Democrats control of the Senate for the first time in 10 years, Eric Trump sparked yet another tantrum over the presidential election. In a disingenuous talk on Twitter, Trump’s less-favored son threatened to end the career of any Republican representative who does not challenge Congress’s approval of today’s Electoral College vote. It’s a great day after all. It’s not just his birthday, but it’s the day his father, lame duck boss Donald Trump, thinks he will finally flip the 2020 presidential election results. “Tomorrow he’ll tell you,” said Eric Trump during an appearance on “Hannity” on Fox News, Sean Hannity. Much about the country. ” “Because I can tell you, Sean, any senator or any congressman does not – I mean in this aspect – he does not fight tomorrow, their political life is over. Because the MAGA movement is not going anywhere!” Trump went on explaining that his father created the “greatest” A movement in American history “as he continued to threaten any conservative official who dared to deviate from the line. He repeated his threats on Twitter on Tuesday evening, this time directing his anger at every Republican representative who had not actually pledged allegiance to him. “I will personally work to defeat every Republican in the Senate / Congress who does not stand against this fraud – they will run in the primaries in their next election and lose,” Trump wrote on Twitter. OK! I will personally work to defeat every Republican in the Senate / Congress who does not stand against this fraud – they will run in the primaries in their next election and lose. – Eric Trump (@EricTrump) On January 6, 2021, 40 Republicans in the House of Representatives and at least 13 Republican senators said they would oppose the results in swing states such as Arizona, Georgia and Pennsylvania during proceedings to formally confirm Biden’s victory. Although he made it very clear he did not have that power, Donald Trump also put pressure on Vice President Mike Pence, who will chair the party later in the day, to cancel the score. This is not the first time that Donald Trump’s second oldest son has made explicit threats to anyone who does not follow his father’s orders. Immediately after the election, Eric Trump criticized Republicans for failing to support his father while he struggled to win re-election. “Our voters will never forget you if you were [sic] Lamb! ”He tweeted at the time. His older brother, Donald Trump Jr. had some chosen words for the party accusing them of being“ weak. ”Regardless of the cringy tweets, this particular Trump – or any Trump for that matter – actually couldn’t Legally speaking, pursuing his threats. In fact, it can be considered coercion of political activity. This includes any attempt to intimidate, threaten, order, or coerce any employee of the federal government to “engage in or not engage in any political activity, including, For example, but not limited to, voting or refusing to vote for any candidate or action in any election, conducting or refusing to make any political contribution, or acting or refusing to act on behalf of any candidate. ”Anyone who violates this sub-clause of the law can be fined or imprisoned For up to three years. Here is hoping. Like what you see? How about more good in the R29, right here, is this the thing that will put Trump in jail? Does Trump think he won the Nobel Peace Prize? Donald Trump pardons some bad people Oh really

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