‘Rock the Red’ rally in Ocala, Florida features Eric Trump, Roger Stone

Former President Donald Trump’s son Eric Trump is scheduled to be the keynote speaker at the conservative “Rock the Red” rally, which will be held Saturday, June 11, at the Southeastern Livestock Pavilion in Ocala.

According to the Trump Organization website, Eric Trump is executive vice president of the company and is “responsible for all aspects of management and operation of the global real estate empire including new project acquisition, development and construction.”

He also has supported his father’s presidential campaigns through fundraising, speaking and advocacy.

This Saturday:Eric Trump coming to Ocala to headline daylong ‘Rock the Red’ conservative political rally

Who’s hungry?:Ocala/Marion has waterfront dining on 2 rivers and Lake Weir

Where the locals eat:In Anthony, Papy’s is the Place for breakfast and lunch

Other people scheduled to speak at the rally include:

In November 2019, the longtime GOP operative and Donald Trump supporter was found guilty of lying to Congress and obstructing a congressional investigation into Russian election interference, as USA Today reported.

In July 2020, as the paper reported, President Trump granted him clemency, which means Stone did not have to serve his prison or probation terms or pay a fine.

Joe Flynn

Flynn is the brother of Gen. Michael Flynn, who was President Trump’s former national security adviser. Earlier this year, during a speaking engagement in Englewood, Florida, Joe Flynn repeated conspiracy theories about the 2020 election, as the Sarasota Herald-Tribune reported.

Former Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne.

The former CEO of Overstock.com is being sued by Dominion Voting Systems because of comments he made concerning the 2020 election being stolen from President Trump.

“Dominion said OAN, Newsmax and Byrne falsely accused the voting machines supplier of manipulating votes and rigging elections in cities where their system was not even used. The outlets also repeated unproven claims that Dominion was founded to rig elections for former Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez, who died in 2013,” USA Today reported.

Angela Stanton discusses

The former congressional candidate from Georgia is “the founder and president of the American King Foundation – whose mission is to reunite American families separated by mass incarceration and Human Trafficking with a pathway to justice, economic stability, and relational wellness,” according to the foundation website.

According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, President Trump pardoned Stanton-King in 2020. She had been convicted of playing a role in a vehicle theft ring.

Bryson Gray

The rap musician is a supporter of former President Trump. Gray’s anti-Joe Biden song gained popularity and was banned from YouTube, according to a New York Post account.

Then-Mrs.  Florida Karyn Turk in 2016.

“The former Mrs. Florida is an outspoken activist, and political commentator, whose life is both provocative on and off-camera,” Turk’s website says.

“Turk is a vocal supporter of President Trump and has established herself as a conservative media personality, interviewer, radio host and social media figure since his election,” the Washington Post reported in January 2020.

That was shortly after a federal judge in Palm Beach County sentenced Turk to prison, house arrest and community service for stealing Social Security checks from her mom, as the Palm Beach Post reported.

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