Two Republicans on the Wayne County Board of Canvassers in Michigan were berated, smeared as racists, and compared to Democrats Bull Connor and George Wallace, before they reversed course on Tuesday night to certify the vote in Michigan’s most populated county.
“The motion to hold another vote came following hours of public comments condemning Republican canvassers’ decisions to vote against the certification,” reported 7 ABC.
One of the commenters, identified as Ned Staebler, raised eyebrows when he mentioned the grandchildren of the two Republicans, seemingly threatened them with forthcoming harassment, and suggested they would go to hell for voting in a way he disagreed with.
“I’m not gonna try to change your mind, I just wanna let you know, the Trump stink, the stain of racism, that you, William Hartmann and Monica Palmer, have just covered yourselves in, is gonna follow you throughout history,” Staebler bellowed. “Your grandchildren are gonna think of you as Bull Connor or George Wallace.”
“Monica Palmer and