WATCH: Former Richland Springs Football Star Involved in Capitol Riot

 

DOVER,FL – Former Richland Springs, TX star football player Tyler Ethridge was involved in the Capitol riot on January 6th, 2021.

“I don’t want to say what we’re doing is right but if the election is stolen,what’s it going to take.” Ethridge said in a video posted to social media. Ethridge said he wasn’t involved and that he was just observing the riot.

Ethridge is currently serving as a youth pastor in Tampa,Florida.

“I reported myself to the FBI to prove I have nothing to hide. I also strongly warn anyone inciting violence against me or CCC of Tampa. I will use every source out there as evidence if anyone incites violence against me and my family.” Ethridge posted to twitter.

Ethridge graduated from Richland Springs in 2008 and set a record for touchdown passes with 230 and holds the state record for six-man passing yards with over 10,000. In 2017, he graduated from Charis Bible College in Colorado and then went to Leakey, Texas to help his father who had taken an assistant coaching job there.

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Evidence of election fraud would be a good starter! Those terrorist had a fabricated crime hunting for evidence. As far as losing his job, it is a job that he is totally unqualified for and the mention of anyone taking violent action against him or his family he will use source available as "evidence", that's ironic because he was involved in an effort to overturn an election where there is no "evidence" of fraud. Had there been any evidence of wrong doing the courts would have heard the complaints.

He needs to go see  a doctor the way he kept wiping his nose, he may have the virus after being in that crowd of terrorist where no one was taking any precautions.

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