Hollywood actress and Joe Biden surrogate Debra Messing has praised a Michigan businessman for calling two Wayne County Republican leaders “racist” for refusing to certify the county’s tally in the presidential election, after they received numerous sworn affidavits alleging fraud.
In a public Zoom meeting that went viral, Ann Arbor businessman Ned Staebler threatened Wayne County Board of Canvassers chairwoman Monica Palmer and member William Hartmann, saying, “The stain of racism will follow you throughout history.”
He added: “Just know when you try to sleep tonight that millions of people around the world now on Twitter know the name Monica Palmer and William Hartmann as two people, completely racist, and without an understanding of what integrity means, or shred of human decency.”
He then suggested that they were going to hell.
“The law isn’t on your side. History won’t be on your side. Your conscience will not be on your side, and Lord knows when