VIDEO: Defense Tech Exec Caught on Camera Stealing Campaign Sign

Lockheed Martin Senior Director Eric Fox
Lockheed Martin Senior Director Eric Fox | Image by LinkedIn

A leaked video on social media appears to show Lockheed Martin Senior Director Eric Fox stealing a sign during the recent primary election season.

Social media X user Merissa Hansen posted a video with a caption identifying the subject as Eric Fox, senior director of Lockheed Martin.

“According to my sources,” she wrote, “Fox is now retiring. There has been no statement made from Lockheed.”

The video shows a man parking a blue SUV vehicle at a polling location, getting out of the car, grabbing a sign from a grassy area, and putting it in his vehicle before driving away, similar to what Constable Scott Bedford described to The Dallas Express last month.

Bedford said he saw an individual in a blue SUV grabbing a sign at the White Settlement Library on February 24.

“I see a blue SUV parked over here in the corner of the lot where all the signs were, and I see a guy get out and grab this sign, and on the sign, it stated, ‘Voted to impeach Ken Paxton,’ and had an arrow pointed [at the ‘Goldman for Congress’ sign],” Bedford told DX at the time.

Goldman voted in favor of a house bill to impeach Attorney General Ken Paxton last year.

Several social media influencers circulated the story, with veteran broadcaster and political analyst Chris Salcedo posting, “Has [Craig Goldman] condemned this theft and suppression of free speech?”

Fox is a donor for Rep. Goldman (R-Fort Worth), as Federal Election Commission records show that Fox donated $3,300 to Goldman’s campaign for the U.S. House on November 16, 2023.

Goldman, who is going into a runoff election against businessman John O’Shea for the Congressional seat being vacated by U.S. Rep. Kay Granger, may have put himself at odds with Federal Election Law for participating in fundraising for Dade Phelan, reported Texas Scorecard.

Speaker Phelan’s planned fundraiser event next month includes Goldman’s name on a list of participants. However, Federal Election law prohibits candidates for federal office from participating in non-federal fundraisers unless a disclaimer is posted that specifies the federal candidate is not making the solicitation, according to Texas Scorecard.

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