I have a feeling this is THE most important story of 2020 that will get lost in the media. The national press will ignore it. The liberal Left will shrug their shoulders. The far-left will justify it.
All the while America will miss it.
Tuesday night the Wayne County Board of Canvassers refused to certify the results of the election. It was a deadlocked 2-2 vote.
The Republican members cited discrepancies with the poll books in certain Detroit precincts and originally refused to certify the results.
The Republicans on the board were threatened, were called racists, were harassed and were doxxed for the next three hours or so.
Shortly thereafter, they changed their mind. They likely felt they had to in the interest of their own safety and the safety of their families.
Is this yet another example of the “unity” Joe Biden has called for. After a summer filled with rioting and looting, pain and destruction inflicted on small businesses by Leftists across America, now this.
Attempting to bully their way into the Presidency, the Left has shown once again it will stop at nothing to destr- sorry, “change” America.
It was ugly. It was un-American. But it was not unexpected considering the source.
A Biden presidency allows the inmates to run the aslymn.
On Wednesday the two Republicans claimed in a signed affidavit that they were bullied into siding with the Democrats. They rescinded their votes to certify.
William Hartmann is one of those two Republicans. He said in the affidavit that he observed about 71 percent of Detroit’s 134 Absent Voter Counting Boards “were left unbalanced and many unexplained.”
Monica Palmer, the other Republican, spotted the same exact thing.
“After the vote, my Democratic colleagues chided me and Mr. Hartmann for voting not to certify,” she said, according to the affidavit obtained by Fox News. “After the vote, the public comment period began and dozens of people made personal remarks against me and Mr. Hartmann. The comments made accusations of racism and threatened me and members of my family. The public comment continued for over two hours and I felt pressured to continue the meeting without a break.”