An election official in Pennsylvania has stated that she plans to “end the GOP permanently” and has urged Democrats to be “ruthless” in ensuring victory for the left.
Wendy Leigh, who goes by the moniker ‘SnarkyAntifaNun’ on Twitter, made clear to her leftist following that she will do whatever it takes to assure victory in next month’s election.
“And we will end the GOP permanently for it,” she wrote in response to a tweet about the confirmation of Justice Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. “Hope you enjoyed your short-lived victory!”
She attached a meme image of deceased leftist Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. “We are ruthless now,” the meme said, apparently making a double entendre regarding Ruth’s death and the scorched earth strategy that the left now plans to employ. “Act accordingly.”
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— Adrian Vermeule (@Vermeullarmine) October 27, 2020
Through her username, Leigh also indicated support for and/or membership in Antifa, a violent, shadowy network that has been described by the President as a domestic terrorist organization. Antifa was heavily involved in the mass rioting that took place across the country over the summer months.
Leigh’s Twitter bio describes her as a “PA Election Official”. Pennsylvania is a critical swing state in the upcoming election, with polling showing the two candidates just a few percentage points apart. Pennsylvania also does not require voter IDs to vote, unlike many other battleground states, such as Florida, Wisconsin and Michigan. The Trump campaign also previously sued Pennsylvania authorities due to widespread allegations of vote-by-mail fraud in the state.
In addition, Leigh’s Twitter bio specifically indicates she lives in the ‘Philly Suburbs’, referring to Philadelphia, the largest city in the state. President Trump has specifically highlighted fraud in Philadelphia in the last few days.
Breitbart News reports:
“You got to be very careful in Philadelphia. They play games in Philadelphia, and they won’t let us watch the count in Philadelphia,” Trump said at a campaign rally in Pensacola, Florida.
Trump referred to past elections in Philadelphia where Republicans got either very few or no votes at all. In 2012, Mitt Romney got zero votes in 59 voting divisions in Philadelphia.
“So we’re watching Philadelphia … because I don’t like what I’m hearing about Philadelphia,” Trump said.
Of the 1,322,440 mail-in and early in-person ballots returned, Democrats lead Republicans with 71 percent. Republicans only have 20 percent, while nine percent is “other.”
So far, Leigh has not faced any consequences from Pennsylvania state authorities for her provocative tweets.