(Right Country) – Leftist bullying and mob rule are reaching dangerous new territory. The rioting and violence that have plagued the US all summer long has mostly only affected the liberal-strongholds in which these events took place.
Now, leftists are using bullying tactics and threats of violence to ensure that Republicans “unite” exactly the way they want them to.
In Wayne County, Michigan, where Detroit is located, two Republican County officials who had originally refused to certify the election results both had a change of heart Tuesday after a barrage of insulting and threatening videos were posted online by unhinged leftists.
However, it looks like the two have changed their minds yet again and are looking to rescind their votes to certify.
Wayne County Board of Canvassers Chairwoman Monica Palmer and William C. Hartmann faced intense backlash and bullying from deranged leftists in the county after voting not to certify the election results citing discrepancies in the number of ballots recorded and the number of actual ballots counted.
After being called racists repeatedly and threatened by leftists the two then decided to fall in line and “unite” for the protection of themselves and their families. Fortunately, it looks as though they have decided not to be intimidated by threats after all.
In separate affidavits, Palmer and Hartmann both declared that they rescind their votes to certify and that they still oppose the certification.
“I rescind my prior vote to certify Wayne County elections,” Palmer said in her’s where she also noted the “accusations of racism” and threats against herself and members of her family.
Just the News reports that of the 503 Election Day precincts in Detroit, 85 of them have reported unexplained voter discrepancies and the same is true for 94 of the city’s 134 absentee voter counting boards.
The Detroit Free Press reported that of these precincts only 10 of the Election Day precincts and 43 counting boards reported results that were off by four or more votes.
Both Palmer and Hartmann said that they only agreed to certify the vote originally under the conditions that an audit would be performed however it was revealed to them Wednesday that no audit was planned. They both then made the decision to rescind their earlier votes.
In her affidavit, Palmer said that she believes there are “serious process flaws which deserve investigation” and she said that despite asking for information several times had been denied. She is requesting another 10 days of canvas by the State Board of canvassers to get the necessary information.
At this point, Joe Biden has been declared the winner of the state of Michigan by around 146,000 votes though there are numerous lawsuits including a federal lawsuit by the Trump campaign.
The fight in Michigan is far from over and Republican officials there and around the country need to stand firm and not be intimidated by insane liberals who believe that “uniting” will be achieved through violence and intimidation.
Things are not adding up in many states and we all know and we all see it. Let’s hope and pray President Trump and his team can prove it.
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