… Their initial refusal to vote placed the Board in a 2-2 deadlock, putting in jeopardy the state’s ability to certify Joe Biden’s win. Hours later, the two flip-flopped and agreed to certify. Now,they’re taking it back.
“I rescind my prior vote to certify Wayne County elections,” wrote Monica Palmer in asworn affidavit, who along with fellow GOP board member William C. Hartmann refused to certify the election on Tuesday. The two fell under intense pressure from the left – with Palmer claiming thatherfamily was threatened(viaJust The News). The two were also doxxed over social media…
Hartmann, in asimilar affidavit, wrote “I voted not to certify, and I still believe this vote should not be certified.” He added that he and Palmer “were berated and ridiculed by members of the public and other Board members.”
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0:00 USPS Pennsylvania Whistleblower: ‘I Did Not Recant’
Richard Hopkins, the U.S. Postal Service whistleblower in Pennsylvania says he’s standing by his statement. He said he overheard superiors discussing backdating mail-in ballots. He’s also alleging that he’s being coerced by investigators to recant his claims. And now, Hopkins has released a video denying he fabricated his allegations. That’s after the House Oversight Committee claimed on Nov. 10 that investigators told them Hopkins had recanted his statement.
…The statewide recount of votes on the presidential election over the weekend revealed that in Floyd County over 2,600 votes were not counted due to a server error, allegedly by a Dominion tabulating machine. The statewide recount is still ongoing in several counties, the deadline for completion is11:59 p.m. Wednesday.