It seems as the time has been marching on that the overwhelming evidence of election fraud has been growing to the point that it cannot be ignored anymore.
Since the audits began months ago, in Arizona we all knew it was a matter of time before other states would start their own, and lo and behold it happened.
Now, Georgia is under the microscope and rightly so.
For example, just recently, there was up to 100 batches of missing ballots in Fulton County, but now another Georgia locale has come under fire…..Atlanta.
Recent reports have uncovered that Atlanta has some MASSIVE election ‘discrepancies’ which proves yet again that what Raffensperger said before was completely false.
One source that wrote a scathing 29 page investigative report points to a whole slew of problems including one election workers promise to “f*ck s*it up”.
In a nutshell, Atlanta didn’t have just custody issues, double counted ballots, and insecure storage of ballots but also an election worker threatening to tamper with the election.
Here are the latest election integrity developments:
The Atlanta Journal & Constitution @ajc is complicit in the cover up of the GA 2020 elections. @ajc is suppressing election integrity. They are protecting @BrianKempGA & @staceyabrams who owns #HappyFaces the temp agency providing employees in election offices to count ballots.
— Vernon Jones For Governor (@RepVernonJones) June 18, 2021
Georgia investigator's notes reveal 'massive' election integrity problems in Atlanta. Twenty-nine page memo obtained by Just the News cites double counting, insecure storage, "massive chain of custody problem" and a worker's threat to "f*ck sh*t up." ANYONE SEE A PROBLEM HERE?
— Lee Hunter (@LeeHunt90173919) June 18, 2021
Just The News reports:
A contractor handpicked to monitor election counting in Fulton County wrote a 29-page memo back in November outlining the “massive” election integrity failures and mismanagement that he witnessed in the Atlanta-area’s election centers.
The bombshell report, constructed like a minute-by-minute diary, cited a litany of high-risk problems such as the double-counting of votes, insecure storage of ballots, possible violations of voter privacy, the mysterious removal of election materials at a vote collection warehouse, and the suspicious movement of “too many” ballots on Election Day.
“This seems like a massive chain of custody problem,” the contractor Carter Jones warned in the memo delivered by his firm Seven Hill Strategies to Raffensperger’s office shortly after the election.
That glaring notation was written around 4:00 p.m. on Election Day, when Jones observed absentee ballots arriving at the county’s central absentee scanning center at Atlanta’s State Farm Arena “in rolling bins 2k at a time.”
“It is my understanding is that the ballots are supposed to be moved in numbered, sealed boxes to protect them,” he wrote, noting these ballots weren’t.
He also feared the flow of absentee ballots seemed too voluminous. “Too many ballots coming in for secure black ballot boxes,” he observed.
.@JSolomonReports says: GA Sec. of State Raffensperger sent a contractor to Fulton County, who found "twenty-nine pages of errors, mismanagement, mistakes, grotesque running of an election…"#JustTheTruth @JennaEllisEsq pic.twitter.com/afrDkvVK0i
— Real America's Voice (RAV) (@RealAmVoice) June 18, 2021
Tipping Point – Ed Martin on Georgia Election Integrity https://t.co/hjnb1GZ0LB
— John Steich (@Vetteman42) June 18, 2021
The Hill reported:
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (R) says his office is looking into “new revelations” regarding the handling of paperwork for ballot drop boxes in the state’s most populous county during the 2020 election.
“New revelations that Fulton County is unable to produce all ballot drop box transfer documents will be investigated thoroughly, as we have with other counties that failed to follow Georgia rules and regulations regarding drop boxes. This cannot continue,” Raffensperger tweeted Monday.
Temporary regulations enacted by the Georgia Election Board last year allowed voters to return their absentee ballots by submitting them in secure drop boxes.
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