Repub­li­can poll greeter stands ground against ‘unhinged’ lib­er­al in viral clip

The chair­man of the Arling­ton GOP in Vir­ginia was approached by an “unhinged” vot­er on Tues­day who accused him of try­ing to “over­throw elec­tions with vio­lence.”
Matthew Hurtt, the chair­man who record­ed the video, was talk­ing to the Demo­c­ra­t­ic poll greeters and sev­er­al vot­ers before being approached by the vot­er, who then “flew into a rage” after Hurtt offered a Repub­li­can sam­ple bal­lot. After the vot­er went inside a build­ing to vote, Hurtt decid­ed to turn on his phone cam­era and slide the phone into his shirt pock­et, record­ing a sec­ond exchange once the vot­er approached him again, accord­ing to Byron York, the chief polit­i­cal cor­re­spon­dent for the Wash­ing­ton Exam­in­er.
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The sto­ry behind this exchange, from Matthew Hurtt, chair­man of the Arling­ton …