As reported last night, the two Republicans on the four member Board of Canvassers for Wayne County, Michigan reversed course Tuesday night, voting to certify the county’s election results after initially refusing to do so due to irregularities in polling books, mainly in the city of Detroit.
The four member board comprised of two Democrats and two Republicans earlier deadlocked at 2-2.
However after listening to residents’ concerns during the virtual public meeting and getting threats online, the Republicans voted to certify the vote but asked Democrat Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson to audit certain precincts with problems.
William Hartmann and Monica Palmer, the two Republicans on the Wayne County Board of Canvassers weren’t just threatened by random trolls online.
Ned Staebler, the far left Democrat election observer threatened Hartmann and Palmer during an online conference call.
Another Democrat observer last night threatened their children.
Poll watcher ned Staebler is the vice president of economic development for Wayne State University, a school located in Detroit.
Michigan Democrat state legislature Representative-Elect Abraham Aiyash, 26
William M. Davis, a Detroit Police Commissioner, said that ethics charges should brought against the Republicans:
William Davis said:
“I am appalled at the actions of these two so-called Republicans. I would say that you all are confederates,” he said, “you all are not Republicans.”
“I will personally see to it that if we have to pay for— if Wayne County has to pay for anything, you two should have to pay for it, and you should be charged,” Davis said.
He said he wants to have “ethics charges” brought up on both canvassers.
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