Officials Cave To Threats

PUBLISHED: 1:00 PM 18 Nov 2020
UPDATED: 5:59 PM 18 Nov 2020

Michigan Co. Failed To Certify Election Results, Then After Leftist Threats, Cave To Violence

In a huge win for justice and the American people, officials in Wayne County, Michigan at first refused to certify the bogus election count, then after they were horridly threatened, caved to the mob violence.

This is against the law and should be prosecuted now. (Source: Jack Posobiac Twitter Screenshot)

In what has become patently clear, democrats are not above using violent and illegal extortion threats to force officials to approve a massive election fraud.

Last night, Wayne County, Michigan officials refused to certify the election count, but then when a radical leftist on the board violently threatened them, they caved.

William Hartmann and Monica Palmer, the two Republicans on the Wayne County Board of Canvassers were threatened by fellow canvasser Ned Staebler, a radical, unhinged leftist who has posted tweets about killing who he calls ‘nazi’s,’ aka Trump voters.


Here is the vote to ‘approve’ the steal:

Just the News reported:

The elections board in Wayne County, Michigan’s largest metropolis and home to the city of Detroit, initially refused Tuesday night to certify the results of its Nov. 3 election before an angry outcry led two Republican members to compromise and approve results showing Joe Biden won.

The initial vote and then sudden reversal injected new drama into the legal fight waged by President Trump’s campaign in several battleground states.

The Wayne County Board of Canvassers originally deadlocked 2-2, with both Republican members refusing to certify the results after discrepancies were discovered in absentee ballot poll books in a majority of Detroit’s precincts. Similar problems were discovered in the county’s summer primary and the November 2016 election but did not impact the board’s vote then.

But during a tense public comment meeting that followed, angry residents raised issues of race, suggesting majority black voters in Detroit were being disenfranchised. From the sidelines, Democratic congresswoman Rashida Tlaib joined the protest, suggesting the GOP opposition to certification amounted to racism.

“The Republican members of the Wayne County Board of Canvassers put politics above their duty to our residents,” Tlaib tweeted. “Suggesting that all of Wayne County can be certified, EXCEPT for Detroit, is horrifying racist and a subversion of our democracy.

The two GOP board members then agreed to a compromise of certifying the results provided the count send a demand that Michigan’s Secretary of State conduct a “comprehensive audit” of “unexplained precincts.”

Under Michigan law, a county that fails to canvass within 14 days after the election must yield its documentation to the Secretary of State’s office and Board of State Canvassers to determine if the results should be accepted.

The dramatic deadlock came just a week after a city of Detroit elections worker named Jessy Jacob submitted an affidavit saying she personally witnessed and was instructed by supervisors herself to back date absentee ballots the day after the election to make votes look like they had arrived on or before Nov. 3. Jacob testified she believed thousands of ballots had been altered.

Tuesday’s initial decision led to partisan bickering almost immediately. Wayne County Canvassing Board Vice Chairman Jonathan Kinloch, slammed his two GOP colleague’s actions as “reckless and irresponsible,” according to the Detroit News.

Chairwoman Monica Palmer, a Republican, said the refusal to certify results was based on the fact that she and her GOP colleague “believe that we do not have complete and accurate information in those poll books.”

Jenna Ellis, a senior legal adviser for the Trump campaign, immediately hailed the original decision, telling a Just the News-Real America’s Voice special on Tuesday night that it could impact the entire state of Michigan’s ability to certify the results.

“If the state board follows suit, the Republican state legislator will select the electors. Huge win for @realDonaldTrump,” she tweeted.

🚨🚨BREAKING: This evening, the county board of canvassers in Wayne County, MI refused to certify the election results.  If the state board follows suit, the Republican state legislator will select the electors. Huge win for @realDonaldTrump— Jenna Ellis (@JennaEllisEsq) November 17, 2020

Interestingly, Russ Ramsland of Allied Security Operations Group explained during an appearance on Lou Dobbs, that the machines don’t even have the capability to count the thousands of votes that were injected for Biden:

‘Machines Do Not Have Capability to Count the Mass Votes for Biden in Reported Time Period’

“We have been out looking mostly at Michigan. We are beginning on turning our sights on Pennsylvania and Georgia. The things you find in Michigan are amazing. There are over 3,000 precincts where the presidential votes cast compared to the estimated voters from the Secretary of State is 99% all the way up to 350%. Those kind of numbers don’t exist in the real world.”

“So where did all those votes come from? And looking at that, we’ve gone back and looked at some of these huge vote dumps that were mostly Biden’s. We call them spikes. We’ve gone back and traced the spikes. We’ve seen where they were cast, primarily in four counties. We looked at how long it took to cast those votes. And we looked at the equipment that exists at all of those locations by serial number. And the fact of the matter is we can’t see any physical way possible for some of those votes to have been in those kind of numbers because they just don’t have the equipment that can produce it in that timing.”

After the vote approval, the board demanded a “comprehensive audit,” of the precincts that have “unexplained” tallies.

However, the fact remains that it appears as if all someone has to do to succeed in theft is threaten.