NEWS BRIEF: Trump aide considered bribing Georgia election officials with swag, committee told
Trump thugs know no limits
Donald Trump’s former chief of staff, Mark Meadows, wanted to send Georgia election officials “a sh**load of POTUS stuff, including coins, actual autographed MAGA hats, etc…” in a futile attempt at encouraging them to “find more votes,” it was revealed at Tuesday’s hearing of the January 6 Committee in Washington D.C.
"The numbers are the numbers and they don’t lie," Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger testified before the panel. "Every single allegation, we checked; we ran down the rabbit trail to make sure our numbers were accurate." He added that Trump supporters repeatedly threatened him and his family, with some invading the home of his daughter-in-law, widow of his deceased son.
The hearing also revealed the human toll suffered by two Fulton County poll workers whom Trump targeted specifically in his rants claiming fraud. Shaye Moss and her mother Ruby Freeman each gave sobering testimony regarding death threats, break-ins and social media trolling they endured following Trump’s personal attacks, and both quit election work as a result. Details: axios.com