American News Dec 5, 2020 6:42 PM EST

Lawyer Lin Wood says 'they are ALL going to jail' in tweet

Extremely controversial lawyer Lin Wood had a lot to say on Saturday on his Twitter account. He went as far as accusing four people in Georgia involved with the election process as being complicit with foreign agents.

Lawyer Lin Wood says 'they are ALL going to jail' in tweet
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Controversial lawyer Lin Wood had a lot to say on Saturday on his Twitter account. He went as far as accusing four people in Georgia involved with the election process as being complicit with foreign agents.

"Brian Kemp, Brad Raffensperger, Geoffrey Duncan, Gabriel Sterling. Remember names. They are ALL going to jail. They are complicit in foreign interference with national election.They will be joined by many others. To those threatening me, stop wasting your time. I am fearless."

Support was immediately given by another Twitter user, referencing an ABC article about how observers of the ballot-counting process in Georgia were told to get out at around 10:00pm on Election Night:

"For the people swinging and missing to debunk the Georgia video. Forget it"

However, not everybody on social media agrees with Wood's stance on this particular issue.

People on both sides of the political fence also took to twitter to criticize Wood and question his credibility, among other things:

"My concern is I found out yesterday that u have been & r a big contributor to the Dem party???? To say I was shocked is an understatement & makes me ? Even more who to trust or listen to."

"Dude. This has been debunked. Of you don't choose to believe it, That's on you but don't push fairy tales onto other people."

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