Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel is pleading with the public to stop telling her staff to shove Sharpies up their butts in an attempt to shame supporters of President Donald J. Trump, who Nessel has been taunting on her Twitter timeline.
Nessel made her desperate plea to the public on Twitter after a state judge tossed a lawsuit by the Trump campaign that sought to suspend ballot counting in the state.
“Dear members of the public: Please stop making harassing & threatening calls to my staff,” Nessel wrote.
“They are kind, hardworking public servants just doing their job. Asking them to shove sharpies in uncomfortable places is never appropriate & is a sad commentary on the state of our nation,” she added.
Nessell had been taunting Trump supporters with jabs about ‘Democracy” with a denial over the President’s attempt to stop alleged illegal votes from being counted days after the election ended.
Black Sharpies had become an icon of the 2020 presidential election with some online posters make witty comments about a situation that could end up needing serious investigations.