Sterling, who said that he and Raffensperger have been the target of violent threats, said that his wife has been receiving threats of sexual violence.
"Here's something that came to my house yesterday, we got three of them, all from the same organization and it's to my son Brenton J. Raffensperger who passed away two years ago", he said holding up the mailers. It's too much. Yes, fight for every legal vote.
During a routine news conference at the State Capitol in Atlanta to provide an update on the recount of the presidential race requested by Trump, Gabriel Sterling admonished the president and Georgia's two US senators - who are both locked in tight runoff races against Democrats and have called on Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to resign over claims that he mishandled the election.
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Gabriel Sterling, one of Georgia's top elections officials, fiercely rebuked President Trump and Georgia's senators Tuesday in response to threats and intimidation targeting the state's elections workers, and he appealed to the president to accept his electoral loss in the state and "stop inspiring people to commit potential acts of violence". "Death threats, physical threats, intimidation, it's not right".
Raffensperger said multiple investigations in Georgia have found no evidence of widespread fraud, as alleged by Trump.
Now she's offering some advice to Georgia voters that I'm sure will go over super well with the GOP: She thinks that people should boycott the upcoming Senate runoff elections.
He then appealed directly to Trump again, saying it was "likely" he lost the state of Georgia, though officials are investigating, even acknowledging the president has the right to go to the courts. Someone is going to get hurt, someone is going to get shot, someone is going to get killed, and it's not right.
"Be the bigger man here".
While taking to Twitter Monday, the President questioned why Gov. Brian Kemp (R) will not use his emergency powers to overrule the secretary of state and do a match of signatures on envelopes.
Powell and Wood have claimed mass voter fraud occurred in the 2020 presidential election, specifically with Dominion Voting Systems election technology, which is used in many voting locations nationwide.
The secretary of state's office also alleges that Vote Forward sent one voter registration form out of state to a deceased resident of Alabama. "They know what we'll find!"
Barr told the Associated Press that USA attorneys and Federal Bureau of Investigation agents have been working to follow up specific complaints and information they've received, but "to date, we have not seen fraud on a scale that could have effected a different outcome in the election". Democrats would control the White House, Senate and House for the first time since President Barack Obama's first term from 2009 to 2011. Instead, he made more allegations about election rigging.