Trump Impeachment Attorney Sends His Children to Secret Location Amid Death Threats
Michael van der Veen reveals full extent of attacks
Attorney Michael van der Veen has revealed he has armed guards at his home and has sent his children to a secretive location amid credible death threats following Donald Trump's acquittal.
Van der Veen spoke to Rob Schmitt on Newsmax TV about the increasing concerns for his family's safety following the victory against Trump's impeachment.
Schmitt asked Van der Veen about reports that his home was attacked.
Van der Veen said he sent his children away for their own protection.
Rob Schmitt asked Van der Veen:
"They spraypainted 'traitor' on your driveway… Tell us how you’re doing."
Michael Van Der Veen responded:
"We had a lot more than that happen to our home."
"We’re doing fine," he added.
"I moved my children to a secretive location."
"We’ve hired armed guards to protect our places of living and working."
"And we’re doing fine."
"My family understands, and my law firm understands that we fight on the side of right."
Neon Nettle reported Van Der Veen revealed he paid the price for fighting for Trump but did not go into the full extent of attacks beyond threats to his family and property damage.
“My home was attacked,” he began.
“I’d rather not go into that."
"To answer your question, my entire family, my business, my law firm are under siege right now," Van Der Veen added.
"I don’t really want to go into that, though," he said.
"What I’d really like to do is talk about the merits of the case.”
Van Der Veen has since been attacked on Twitter by high-profile far-left Hollywood actors folowing Trump's acquittal victory.