This is interesting. I have to be a little careful with what I saw about this one. This kind of thing is scares politicians. They do not like to be reminded that they are not all powerful rulers who can piss in our faces at will. It would not upset me if more of this kinda thing started happening more often.
According to a statement released by Benson, dozens of angry demonstrators stood outside her home ‘shouting obscenities and chanting into bullhorns’ as she put Christmas decorations on her home with her four-year-old son on Saturday.
Protesters with megaphones chanted ‘stop the steal’ from the street by her house in protest of the election results in Michigan. Joe Biden won the state by xx,000 votes and election officials in the state have vehemently denied the Trump campaign’s claims of voter fraud.
Rudy Giuliani appeared before the Michigan House oversight committee with Mellissa Carone – a vocal woman who used to work for Dominion Voting Systems who alleged misconduct at a Detroit voting center.
However her character was questioned after her previous criminal convictions emerged including computer crime and a lurid episode in which she sent her boyfriend’s ex-wife a graphic sex tape.
A livestream on Facebook at around 9.30pm showed protesters with US flags and Trump memorabilia walking towards her home in Detroit.
President Trump and his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani have made several attempts to discredit the election result in Michigan with conspiracies of election fraud. Video playing bottom right…Click here to expand to full page Trump backers protest outside Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson’s home
Dozen of Trump supporters gathered outside Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson’s home in Detroit on Saturday night in protest of Michigan’s election results
Benson described the protest, stating demonstrators were outside ‘shouting obscenities and chanting with bullhorns’
She condemned the protestors actions and branded them ‘an extension of the noise and clouded efforts to spread false information’ about elections
Despite losing by more than 154,000 votes in Michigan, the President claims he won the state and has filed several failed lawsuits to challenge the results there, as well as in Pennsylvania and Georgia.
Benson shared a public statement on her Twitter yesterday in response to the protests, which saw security guarding her home.