One has to wonder why Georgia Secretary of State opposes auditors to review the ballots as they investigate the 2020 election in Fulton County.
He only wants them to review the images and not the actual ballots.
He has notified the judge of his desire and asked him to prevent the auditors from seeing the actual ballots. It has been my experience that someone who is innocent does not worry about the facts being looked at.
Raffensperger changed the rules of counting ballots because of an agreement he made with Hillary and DNC attorney Marc Elias. That in itself does not pass the smell test. He is up for reelection and voters are not happy with him and with Gov Brian Kemp.
Should the auditors find massive fraud, he is finished and that might be why he is trying to hide the ballots.
The judge will decide on the request later in the month.
Per a report from creative destruction media from yesterday:
GA Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger seems like he has a secret. The man in charge of ensuring fair elections in the Peach State really doesn’t want anyone looking at the actual ballots from the Nov 3rd U.S. general election.
Fair election activists from VoterGA.org have worked hard and succeeded in gaining access to ballots from Fulton County, GA for a forensic audit. A judge will rule on the procedures later this month.
This is scaring the pants off those who enabled the massive election fraud in November’s general election and the GA Senate run-off in January.
We have seen the same obstruction of justice in Maricopa County, AZ and other swing-states which were hit by fraud.
The GA Secretary of State’s office filed an amicus brief yesterday in support of corrupt Fulton County election officials.
Raffensperger op0ened an investigation into Trump’s phone call even though he knew the news reports lied about what Trump said. He later deleted the recording but a copy of that video was found on a laptop computer.
It was later revealed that Raffensperger and his office lied.
The people of Georgia really need to dump this guy.
The audit will be done with the help of Jovian Pulitzer, the inventor of the bar code and many other technical aids.