US election: Georgia election official to Trump: “stop inspiring people to commit acts of violence”

Georgia’s Voting System Implementation Manager Gabriel Sterling said Tuesday he was angry and appeared visibly shaken up over the threats he says some election workers are receiving. “Death threats. Physical threats. Intimidation. It’s too much. I can’t explain the level of anger I have over this,” said Sterling. He made a direct plea to President Trump saying “you need to step up and say this— stop inspiring people to commit acts of violence. Someone’s going to get hurt, someone’s going to get shot, someone’s going to get killed.”

Nearly one month after Joe Biden was declared the president-elect, and as states certify their election results, Trump is refusing to concede despite allowing the transition to proceed. His lawyers and other Republicans are moving ahead with more legal challenges in battleground states as their court losses mount, with judges dismissing past lawsuits over a lack of evidence of widespread fraud.


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