Roughly 200 Trump supporters held a rally near the home of Georgia secretary of state Brad Raffensperger.
Parades of Pro-Trump vehicles drove up and down the street honking their horns.
Raffensperger has been engaged in a war of words with President Donald Trump as of late, and even suggested the president should step down.
Ursula Christie, one of the organizers who was intereviewed, delivered a powerful statement to Raffensperger:
“We are silent no more and we want him to know that we are watching and we are listening and we are aware of the actions being taken.”
Here's more details on the gathering from Fox 5 Atlanta:
Tensions over the election results came to a head Saturday after a group of supporters of President Donald Trump held a rally outside the Georgia secretary of state's home.
Trucks flying Trump and "Stop the Steal" flags drove up and down the street outside of Secretary Brad Raffensperger's property, honking their horns as they passed by.
The organizer of the protest tells FOX 5 that, while they've protested at Gov. Brian Kemp's mansion several times, this is the first protest they've held outside Raffensperger's home.
When asked what message she wanted to send to the secretary of state, organizer Ursula Christie said she wanted him to know "we are silent no more and we want him to know that we are watching and we are listening and we are aware of the actions being taken."
Raffensperger, a longtime Republican who said he voted for Trump in November's presidential election, has been a focus of anger for Republicans and the president for his handling of the election.
Trump supporters say that they want to make sure their voices are head.
They are delivering a clear message to Raffensperger:
"We are silent no more."
Breitbart has more on the message being delivered with this rally:
Organizer Ursula Christie told the outlet she wanted Raffensperger to know “we are silent no more and we want him to know that we are watching and we are listening and we are aware of the actions being taken.”
Raffensperger, a Republican, said he voted for Trump but has received criticism for his handling of the election.
“On Thanksgiving Day, Trump called Georgia’s election was [sic] part of a ‘fraudulent system’ and said Raffensperger was an ‘enemy of the people,'” the Fox 5 report continued.
During an interview with CNN’s Jake Tapper on November 18, Raffensperger dismissed allegations of voter fraud in his state but acknowledged the possibility of clerical errors