Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson says she is unmoved by several dozens of armed protesters outside her home Saturday night.

She says the demands made through bullhorns were "unambiguous, loud, and threatening," and while they targeted her, "they were aimed at the voters." Some carried signs that said “Stop The Steal.”

Benson says the protests happened as she and her four-year-old son were wrapping up decorating and preparing to watch "How the Grinch Stole Christmas." She adds she is dedicated to protecting the right to vote, and that is not changing.

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel took to Twitter later slamming the intimidation tactics of the group saying “Anyone can air legitimate grievances to Secretary Benson’s office through civil and democratic means, but terrorizing children and families in their own homes is not activism.”

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