Donald Trump inciting violence warns the Georgia state election official Gabriel Sterling. This information was given in the report of BBC online on Wednesday.
Gabriel Sterling is Georgia’s Secretary of State for Vote Management Implementation Manager. He is a Republican.
Gabriel held a press conference in Atlanta on Tuesday. In an angry statement at the press conference, he said that if there is any violence due to the unproven allegations made by the current president about election fraud then Trump should take responsibility.
Gabriel said a lot has happened. It must stop.
Georgia is recounting votes in the second round at the request of the Trump camp.
In the state of Georgia, Republican candidate Trump’s rival, Democratic candidate Joe Biden has won privately. However, Biden’s vote gap with Trump is small.
Trump campaign spokesman Tim Murtoff said they were trying to ensure that all valid votes were counted and that invalid votes were not counted.
Tim Murtoff said no one should be involved in threats or violence. If so, they condemned him.
Georgia’s election official Gabriel said a 20-year-old contractor from the state had received death threats. His family is being harassed.
Gabriel said there were even police guards outside his home. He said the wife of Georgia’s secretary of state was receiving sexual harassment threats over the phone.
“Mr. President, you have not condemned these incidents or the language,” Gabriel said.
Gabriel also noted that Republican senators have not condemned the move. “Trump should stop inciting violence,” Gabriel said.
Meanwhile, U.S. Attorney General William Barr said his judiciary has found no evidence to support President Trump’s allegations of fraud in the 2020 U.S. election.