Georgian election official Gabriel Sterling begs Trump, senators to end conspiracy


Georgia’s election official and Republican Gabriel Sterling has called on President Trump and his state’s GOP senators to stop pushing conspiracy theories about Joe Biden’s victory in the state and reject the horrific threats against his staff on Tuesday by a passionate press. According to Sterling, “the straw that broke the camel’s back” to tell the press a 20-year-old election officer was told he had to be hanged for treason. “Everything has to stop,” Sterling said. “All of you who didn’t say a damn word are complicit in this.” He added that the wife of the Secretary of State of Georgia accepted “sexual threats”.

Sterling Trumpot and Sens. Kelly highlighted Loeffler and David Perdue for rejecting the allegations. “What you can’t do – and you have to step up, and you have to say that, is no longer inspiring people to commit any acts of violence,” he told Trump. “Someone is hurt. Someone is being shot. He’s going to kill someone. And that’s not right. This is not correct.”

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