I’m still have a hard time believing that nothing shady happened during the 2020 presidential election, particularly in Georgia.
As I’ve already stated, I’m willing to consider realistically plausible scenarios, such as the moment in which ballots were dragged out from under a table to be counted, as if they had been placed there secretly for later use. From what I can discern, it’s at least a conceivable explanation that they were placed there after being told to pack up for the day and then released when they were told to continue counting.
The many runs of the ballots through the machines, on the other hand, is a different issue.
I’m about to give you an example of something that could likely have happened in the 2020 election because it actually just happened in Georgia.
1,634 cases of non-citizens trying to register to vote was just discovered and turned over to be investigated and prosecuted by Georgia’s Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. This was discovered across most of the state as well, being found in 88 of the 159 counties in the state of Georgia.
According to an April 11 statement by the secretary of state’s office, 69 percent of the attempts to register were concentrated in just five counties—DeKalb (345), Fulton (275), Gwinnett (221), Cobb (143), and Clayton (141).
Some of them occurred as far back as 1997 and others as recently as February 2022.
Eighty percent or 1,319 of the attempted registrations occurred since 2016, according to the April 11 statement. Now tell me that this isn’t incredibly suspicious. Who knows if they’ve even found them all. I’d honestly be very surprised if this was all that there was.
In his March 28 press release, Raffensperger stated, “As liberal states and cities around the country are changing their laws to allow non-citizen voting, I will continue to take steps to ensure Georgia’s elections are executed with integrity.
“Leading the state’s first citizenship audit of the voter rolls is an important part of that effort.”
So, it looks like Raffensperger actually did something good for the state, but it may just be to give the appearance that he’s on the right side.