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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