These electors have guts. They aren’t letting these whining, threatening pansies get to them. They are more sure than ever now that they need to vote for Trump. He will be our next president, ladies and gents. There is no stopping it.
By Mark Moore
Electors around the country are being harassed with a barrage of emails, phone calls and letters — and even death threats — in an effort to block Donald Trump from being voted in as president by the Electoral College on Monday.
The bullying is overwhelming Sharon Geise’s tech devices, but not her resolve to support Trump.
The Mesa, Arizona, grandmother woke up Wednesday morning to more than 1,500 emails demanding she not carry out her legal duty to vote for the president-elect.
“They just keep coming and coming,” Geise told The Post, estimating she’s received more than 50,000 emails since the election. “They’re overpowering my iPad.”
Her answer: mass delete.
Despite the avalanche, she said, her decision to back Trump is stronger than ever.
“Obviously their minds are made up and they’re not going to change. I’m not either,” the soft-spoken Geise said.
Reports of GOP electors being badgered have been reported in numerous states, including Georgia, Idaho, Tennessee, Arizona, Utah and Michigan.
Like Geise, Republican Patricia Allen of Tennessee told The Post she’s been bombarded with 2,000 emails, 120 letters and five phone calls all urging her to switch and vote against Trump. But Allen, 74, said that despite the “siege,” she’s not budging.
“This has never happened before … Do you know how long it takes to delete all those emails every day?” she asked.