The Georgia saga continues…
On Monday, Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announced the state’s opened a whopping 250 investingations probing “credible claims of illegal voting and violation of state election law.”
Brad relayed the news via a press conference, at which he said “dishonest actors” were loading the mediaverse with “massive amounts of misinformation.”
As noted by The Daily Wire, he lamented unnamed agents “exploiting the emotions of many Trump supporters with fantastic claims, half truths, misinformation.”
Could he have been referring to Trump’s legal team?
“And frankly, they are misleading the President as well…”
Either way, The Peach State’s marching onward toward — cross your fingers — a fair election:
“As we move forward in the process, we will, as we always have been, we will continue to investigate credible claims of illegal voting and violation of state election law.”
And it’s a lot to sort:
“There are currently over 250 open cases from 2020, and we have 23 investigators to follow up on them. Some of these include a charge Gwinnett County that absentee ballots outnumber absentee envelopes. This is the kind of specific charge that our office can investigate and ascertain the truth.”
Yes — let’s not forget those absentee ballots:
“We have multiple investigations underway surrounding absentee ballots in Fulton, Gwinnett, Cobb, and many others. We continue our investigations into potential dead, double voters, and non-resident voters. As we move to the December 1st election — which is tomorrow — and the January 5th federal runoffs, we have to remain vigilant.”
The state’s got a host of things to figure out, and that January election is one more — yet, clearly not the main — reason to hurry things up where Decision 2020 is concerned.
As reported by RedState’s Shipwreckedcrew, evidence therein’s been under threat of going the way of the dodo bird:
There was a flurry of legal activity during the course of the day on Sunday regarding the status of Dominion voting machines in Georgia, and efforts by the Plaintiffs in the lawsuit brought by Sidney Powell and Lin Wood to have them preserved in their present condition until Plaintiffs’ experts could examine them.
Apparently, at some point, the Plaintiffs learned that all devices in Georgia are going to be “wiped” clean of data in preparation for the upcoming run-off elections scheduled for the first week of January 2021.
Back to Secretary of State Brad, he indicated a bunch of voter registration funny business that’s getting looked into:
“[I’m] announcing an investigation into third party groups working to register people in other states to vote here in Georgia.”
There’s been a mighty strong smell of fish:
“We have opened an investigation into a group called America Votes who is sending absentee ballot applications to people at addresses where they have not lived since 1994; Vote Forward, who attempted to register a dead Alabama voter — a woman — to vote here in Georgia; The New Georgia Project, who sent voter registration applications to New York City; and Operation New Voter Registration Georgia, who is telling college students in Georgia that they can change their residency to Georgia and then change it back after the election.”
Speaking of tuna (and election fraud), I’m reminded once again of Cody Tims, the American who received his mail-in ballot back in July.
Cody, as it turns out, has been dead for 12 years.
And perhaps just as prohibitive, Mr. Tims is a cat.
Cody’s a powerful reminder of what can happen. And, worse, what did.
What else did??
In Georgia, here’s to hoping the rightful results get squared away. The same goes for other crucial states determining who takes (or stays in) office January 20th.
One thing’s for sure: Time is running out.
As stated by Brad, “Truth matters.”
And if the proper White House winner can’t be conclusively and confidently crowned in the next 50 days, it’s gonna be a long, long four years.
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