From Noman Ibn Thabit / BP, New York ::
Proponents of Donald Trump have threatened election officials and their families with failing to agree to cancel the 2020 election results, according to a U.S. congressional hearing. Arizona State House Speaker Rusty Bauer, who attended the hearing, said harassment was still ongoing.
A Georgia vote count says he was afraid to leave home because he was targeted by former President Donald Trump. The select committee of the US House of Representatives is now hearing the Capitol Hill riots. This news was reported by the American media Bangla Press.
The committee has been investigating for nearly a year how Donald Trump supporters stormed the House of Representatives on January 8, 2021, during the process of approving President Joe Biden’s victory in Congress.
Tuesday was the fourth episode of the hearing. Arizona and Georgia election officials were heard on the day. Although both states voted for the Republican candidate earlier, Trump lost both states in this election. We received an additional twenty thousand e-mails. And millions of voice mails and texts. We could not work, Bauer told the committee.
Bauer, who worked for Trump in 2020, said he was regularly threatened and ridiculed. He has even been accused of sexual harassment in front of his house.
He recalls that Trump’s lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, told him at one point that he had found many theories, but had not found evidence.
Georgia election official Shaye Mosey and his mother, Ruby Freeman, testified at the hearing. In Georgia, Joe Biden won by a margin of nearly 12,000 votes. But Trump and his supporters have accused widespread vote rigging.
A recorded message reads that Trump called Moses a “professional vote fraudster.” I lost my name. I lost respect. I even lost my sense of security, said Ruby Freeman.
He asked, “Do you know how you would feel if the President of the United States targeted you?” Then I don’t give my business card to anyone. I don’t want anyone to know my name. He told the committee that Trump supporters also went to his grandmother’s house to look for him. The select committee also listened to a Republican vote organizer.
Georgia’s chief election official, who took part in the hearing, said the allegations against him were as difficult as shoveling water out of the sea.
Georgia’s Secretary of State Brad Rafensparger said they had investigated all the allegations.
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