Secret Service calls Christopher E. Strunk for a meeting about the Writ of Mandamus. These are his thoughts as he heads into the meeting. His post-meeting update is below the video.
Another agent met Chris, not the one who originally contacted him (Thomas Donahue). He identified himself as Tim Cook, a Secret Service agent who was detailed to Kirstjen Nielsen. Cook, who was wearing a bulletproof vest, told Strunk that he was not interested in the documents Chris brought. He said Donahue had been reassigned. He then started asking Strunk about his work and personal background, including his gun ownership.
The agent asked Chris, “Where is your favorite hunting spot?”
Cook also told Strunk that he had been identified by DHS as a threat to Kirstjen Nielsen.
So here we have a citizen doing what President Trump said to do – report election fraud. Chris submitted the Writ of Mandamus to the Supreme Court and after three clerks reviewed the document, it was turned it down for minor administrative reasons. To hell with national security and the people’s suffrage.
After Chris submitted a copy to Homeland Security, a man claiming to be Nielsen’s Secret Service threatens him.
The third copy went to Mike Pence…so we get to see now if Pence works WITH the president and FOR THE PEOPLE, or not.
The writ was delivered to the Supreme Court, Department of Homeland Security, and Vice President Mike Pence last week:
Chris was also prepared to hand over these other materials that show election rigging by foreign actors: