In a message along with the photo Shafer wrote, “The individual who mailed this to my wife almost certainly has ‘Be Kind’ in their Twitter profile and ‘Coexist’ on their car bumper.” posted in response to a posting that said a fundraising account had been set up to help him. Many on social media supported Shafer, who made his mug shot after his arrest into his profile photo on X. “Democrats are out of control,” one poster wrote.
The individual who mailed this to my wife almost certainly has “Be Kind” in their Twitter profile and “Coexist” on their car bumper. pic.twitter.com/uxmWKRueWo— David Shafer (@DavidShafer) August 28, 2023
Democrats are out of control. https://t.co/txUSJQhnUp— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) August 28, 2023
The Love trumps hate crowd sure stays outraged.— Sue D Nym. (@medneck) August 28, 2023
The Hill. He was accused of helping organize a meeting at which he and 15 other people signed documents saying they were the true electors who should represent the state. Shafer has filed to have his case moved to federal court, according to WANF-TV. “Mr. Shafer and the other Republican Electors in the 2020 election acted at the direction of the incumbent President and other federal officials,” the filing said. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
This is disgusting. Prayers my friend.— John Mason Long (@TheRealJMLong) August 28, 2023