Yesterday, we reported two officials of Wayne County, Michigan Board of Canvassers, Monica Palmer and William Hartmann, voted not to certify votes of the most populated area in the state. Their reasons for initially doing this were due to vote-irregularities and votes not matching total ballots documented.
The board’s votes came after absentee ballot poll books at 70% of Detroit’s 134 absentee counting boards were found to be out of balance without explanation.
Hartmann and Palmer’s two votes initially prohibited official certification of the votes.
Michigan’s votes were later certified.
In response to Palmer and Harmann’s refusal to certify, the left became unhinged and berated the two officials, calling them racist and even going as far as doxxing Palmer and her children.
As you can see from a video from a zoom meeting, Democrat Abraham Aiyash (State Representative of Michigan’s fourth district) berates Monica Palmer, revealing where her children go to school and presenting what some would call a thinnly-veiled threat towards her children.
You, Ms. Monica Palmer from Grosse Pointe Woods, which has a history of racism, are deciding to enable and continue o perpetuate the racist history of this country and I want you to think about what that means for your kids,”
BREAKING VIDEO:— Miss Michigan (@correctthemedia) November 18, 2020
The exact moment Democrat Abraham Aiyash threatened Monica Palmer’s children on zoom. This extortion attempt directly influenced the decision to agree to certify the election fraud in #WayneCounty.@TheJusticeDept @JackPosobiec @DonaldJTrumpJr @realDonaldTrump pic.twitter.com/vDGiFIwmOf
In what appears to be the exact same zoom meeting, Hartmann was targeted by Wayne County democrat canvasser Ned Staebler saying, “The stain of racism that you William Hartmann and Monica Palmer have covered yourself in is going to follow you throughout history.” He went on to call them “completely racist,” and “without an understanding of what integrity means, or a shred of human decency.”
Wayne County, MI results were certified due to workplace harassment and intimidation. https://t.co/nhhj817S5W— Yossi Gestetner (@YossiGestetner) November 18, 2020
The harrasment of Palmer and Hartmann didn’t stop there. Calls for Doxxing echoed around social media.
One of the threats against the Wayne County GOP canvassers. pic.twitter.com/8TnxWgr2rL— Nickarama (@nickaramaOG) November 18, 2020
Hartmann and Palmer’s decisions to not certify the votes had come after careful examination of the votes tallied and significant unexplainable irregularities.
It appears, when the left has no other way to defend their argument, they resort to accusations of racism. However, the personal attacks and doxxing of children are extreme responses that should be condemned by all parties.