Last night we reported that 2 of the 4 people for certifying the votes for Wayne County Michigan, which covers the Detroit area, refused to certify the votes. After reports of threats, harassment, bullying, and more, the two members agreed to certify the votes under the premise that there would be an audit.
It is now being reported that they have reversed course again, citing said bullying tactics, and will NOT be certifying the votes in Wayne County. John Solomon tweeted:
“Breaking: In dramatic reversal, Wayne County election board Republicans rescind votes certifying results | Just The News”
🚨🚨BREAKING: Wayne County GOP members have rescinded their certifying votes and cited bullying tactics as the reason for voting to certify yesterday. https://t.co/9eXoPyvZ7E— The Election Wizard🧙♂️ (@Wizard_Predicts) November 19, 2020
Previously we reported that it appeared one of the GOP reps who did not want to certify the votes were apparently being threatened on a Zoom call by Abraham Aiyash:
Democrat Abraham Aiyash appeared to threaten Republican Rep. Monica Palmer’s children in the video below. Mr. Aiyash accused Rep. Palmer of allowing the “racism” in this country to continue by not certifying the vote.
He followed that by saying, “I want you to think about what that means for your kids, who probably go to Grosse Pointe North and when they see all their black classmates…”.
It is our opinion that no matter the end result of the vote count, anyone threatening election officials should be charged with some type of crime. We will try our best to keep you updated as this fluid situation continues to progress.
Justthenews.com reports in part:
It is unclear whether the Tuesday night compromise was binding or could be changed. But both GOP members said in the affidavits they felt misled and unduly pressured to change their positions the night earlier.
“The comments made accusations of racism and threatened me and members of my family,” Palmer said in her affidavit.
The board members’ actions were immediately hailed by Phill Kline, head of the conservative-leaning Thomas More Society’s Amistad Project, which has been contesting election irregularities in several key battleground states like Michigan.
“I’m pleased Mr. Hartmann and Ms. Palmer reiterated their opposition to the certification of the Wayne County results despite bullying and threats and in the face of broken promises by Michigan’s Secretary of State,” Kline told Just the News. “Mr. Hartman is properly demanding answers from Wayne County election officials.”
President Trump tweeted the following but it received a label from Twitter adding “context”, saying that it is disputed:
“The numbers have not improved, it is still 71% out of balance”, stated Wayne County, Michigan, Canvassers. “There is widespread irregularities in poll numbers.” There are “more votes than people”. The two harassed patriot Canvassers refuse to sign the papers!”
“The numbers have not improved, it is still 71% out of balance”, stated Wayne County, Michigan, Canvassers. “There is widespread irregularities in poll numbers.” There are “more votes than people”. The two harassed patriot Canvassers refuse to sign the papers!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 18, 2020
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