William Hartmann and Monica Palmer faced over two hours of public criticism following the board meeting, with many calling them “racists” for voting to not certify Wayne County results.
The pair cited numerous concerns that led to their decision, including 72 percent of the absentee voting precincts being unbalanced. Unbalanced means the number of ballots did not equal the number of votes cast.
Hartmann said the canvassing board typically receives a report on poll books but did not this time. Instead, they were “given it orally” and they “had to take notes.”
And now Monica Palmer has said she was doxed by Ned Staebler, who was at the online meeting. Earlier, Staebler called the pair “racists” and said that their “souls would be warm” when they met their maker.
In an interview with Fox News program “The Ingraham Angle,” she said Staebler “used his social media platform to repeatedly dox me, post my phone number, my home address, my email address, and encourage people to stop by my house and share their anger with me.”