Georgia Senate Committees to Hold Hearings on Elections Processes

03 Décembre, 2020, 07:37 | Auteur: Anatole Charbonneau
  • Top Election Official Accuses Donald Trump Of Inciting Violence

Later on Tuesday Gabriel Sterling, a top official overseeing the election in the USA state of Georgia, called on Trump to disavow his fraud rhetoric saying that the president is inspiring violence against local election workers. "Someone's going to get hurt".

Despite certifying the state's election results, Georgia's Republican Gov. Brian Kemp has also joined Republicans' calls demanding the secretary of state carry out a signature audit, saying "it seems simple enough to conduct a sample audit of signatures on the absentee ballot envelopes" in order to address any lingering concerns Georgians may have about the integrity of the voting system.

The rally in Alpharetta was led by attorney Sidney Powell, who had assisted President Donald Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani in challenging the November 3, 2020 presidential election won by President-elect Joe Biden. Many of those voters turned out to be military servicemen and their families stationed outside of Nevada, but who are permitted by law to cast ballots in the state.Like almost all of the Trump campaign's election-related lawsuits over the past month, the Nevada effort has so far fallen short. "That shouldn't be too much to ask for people who asked for us to give them responsibility".

Raffensperger and Sterling both have police stationed outside their homes, and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation has said it is investigating possible threats against officials to determine their credibility.

"Someone is going to get killed". He noted a 20-year-old contractor working on the recount in Gwinnett County had received death threats involving a noose after a video purported to show him manipulating data. "That's not right", Sterling said, adding that the contractor did not seek the spotlight by taking a high-profile position like Sterling or run for office like Raffensperger. "He just took a job".

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Trump last week called Raffensperger an "enemy of the people", Sterling said.

Trump campaign spokesperson Tim Murtaugh said the campaign is trying to make sure "that all legal votes are counted and all illegal votes are not".

Pearson, president of the Freethinker Project, criticized moderate Republicans including U.S. Sen.

'Like many officials, as someone who has been the subject of threats, of course Senator Loeffler condemns violence of any kind.

"There are some nutballs out there who are going to take this and say, 'The president told me to do this, '" Mr Sterling said. How ridiculous to even suggest otherwise, ' Loeffler campaign spokesman Stephen Lawson said.



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