The president's statements are false. They're disinformation. They're stoking anger and fear among his supporters and hell, I voted for him. It undermines democracy. We've got to get to a point where responsible people act responsibly. — Gabriel Sterling, the voting system implementation manager for the Georgia Secretary of State's office
The president's statements are false. They're disinformation. They're stoking anger and fear among his supporters and hell, I voted for him. It undermines democracy. We've got to get to a point where responsible people act responsibly. — Gabriel Sterling, the voting system implementation manager for the Georgia Secretary of State's office
Georgia voting manager says that refuting Trump's debunked election claims are a like a 'game of whack-a-mole'
  • Gabriel Sterling, the voting system implementation manager for the Georgia Secretary of State's office, said that President Donald Trump's debunked election claims were a "game of whack-a-mole" for state officials.
  • "The president's statements are false," Sterling said Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press." "They're disinformation. They're stoking anger and fear among his supporters and hell, I voted for him."
  • On December 1, Sterling held a press conference decrying the threats of violence that have been leveled at election officials, saying that "it has to stop."