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Texas man pleads guilty to threatening Georgia officials after 2020 election

  • Chad Christopher Stark, a Texas man, pleaded guilty to making threats against public officials in Georgia following the 2020 election. He posted a threatening message on Craigslist towards an unnamed election official and faces a maximum penalty of two years in prison.
  • The case is part of the Department of Justice's Election Threats Task Force, which aims to crackdown on threats against election officials nationwide. Stark's threats targeted officials at all levels of the election process, putting the democracy at risk.
  • The rising tide of violent threats against election officials and workers is a result of former President Donald Trump's unproven claims of election fraud. U.S. Attorney Ryan K. Buchanan emphasized the importance of ensuring free and fair elections without fear of retaliation or violence.
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