Philadelphia City Commissioner gives details of threats he's received: 'This is what the second amendment is for'

President Trump’s attacks on the integrity of the election in Pennsylvania have resulted in real-life danger for the people there who are tasked with counting the votes. Trump made repeated attempts to limit the number of votes that could be counted, and when that failed and he ultimately lost the state after mail-in votes were counted, the president has thrown out baseless accusations of widespread fraud. Philadelphia City Commissioner Al Schmidt said that the result has been death threats targeting him and others working to count every eligible vote. He also said the allegations being made by Trump, and the conspiracies gaining ground among some Trump supporters about voter fraud, are simply wrong. Schmidt referred to these conspiracies people are coming up with as “...all sorts of crazy stuff.”