In the aftermath of Donald Trump’s stunning election-night victory, Democrat surrogates have waged a campaign of terror.
From the protests in Chicago and New York to the riots in Portland and vandalism and fires in Oakland, Democrat protestors have shown nothing but disdain for the American electoral process.
Now, there are reports that members of the Republican electoral college are receiving harassing emails and telephone calls, as well as visits to their homes from Clinton supporters urging the members to switch their votes from Trump to Clinton.
Some are even receiving death threats.
Republican Party officials in Georgia and Michigan said their electors also have been bombarded with messages, and Iowa reported increased public interest in obtaining contact information for electors.
Michael Banerian, 22, one of Michigan’s 16 Republican electors, said he has received death threats from people who do not want him to vote for Trump. But he said he is undeterred.
Clintonistas have also been terrorizing the GOP’s four electors in Idaho.
Idaho’s four presidential electors say they have been getting harassing phone calls, emails and Facebook messages urging them to become “faithless electors” and not cast their votes for Donald Trump in the electoral college.
“A lot of ’em use bad, rough language,” said Layne Bangerter, one of the four electors. “Nothing I feel intimidated over. But we’re watching it very closely. They’ve got our home phone numbers, our cell numbers, our emails, our Facebook. We’re just getting an orchestrated barrage from the left.”
The death threats have even reached members of Texas’ electoral college.
Unfortunately, it is unlikely the U.S. Justice Department will take any of these threats seriously–at least, that is, until after January 20th.