Et tu, Corey? Montana Secretary of State, Corey Stapleton, ends his political future with one tweet.
Outgoing Montana Secretary of State, Corey Stapleton, took to Twitter yesterday and tweeted-out a message which can only be described as an attempt to submarine his political future, at least as a viable conservative in Montana.
In a Tweet that has Montanans’ eyebrows raised, Stapleton demanded via Twitter that President Donald J. Trump resign despite not a single vote having been certified and legal challenges and accusations of voter fraud being ongoing. Look below.
So according to Secretary of State Stapleton, the mainstream media now chooses who should be President; vote counts and open fraud be damned. What’s the rush?
We reached out to Jordan Hall of the Gideon Knox Group for comment, and he told us, “Stapleton is an old-brand Montana Republican, the kind and type who prided themselves on being affable and conciliatory to the opposition party. Tuesday’s election results in Montana were as much a rebuke of powderpuff Republicanism as it was Democrat liberalism. Good riddance to such bad rubbish.”
With the Secretary of State holding such a cavalier opinion of the process of law, it is no wonder that little or nothing was done about the rampant voter harvesting and voter fraud occurring on the many Native American Reservations in Montana. The fraud was exposed nearly 2 years ago by NorthWest Liberty News, which can be seen HERE
We’re not sure what the future holds for Secretary Stapleton. Our sources tell us that he has asked incoming Secretary of State, Christi Jacobsen for a job. With Stapleton’s obvious disdain for President Trump, I’m not liking his chances. He could, however, apply to work for Steve Bullock, wherever he happens to end up.
[Editor’s Note: Contributed by James White]