There are various references to Georgia’s largest city affectionately being referred to as Hotlanta. However, when it comes to election fraud during the 2020 presidential election, the heat is growing hotter in Fulton County.
Recently, a key individual behind the mysterious late-night ballot caper has resigned. Ralph Jones was the election chief for Fulton County. On election night, Jones is the administrator who instructed poll workers to go home for the night.
While the dedicated Fulton County poll workers left for their homes, Jones and a small band of self-selected workers restarted the counting. These are the same individuals who were caught pulling suspiciously concealed suitcases, suitcases stuffed with ballots, out from under tables.
These people worked tirelessly to stuff Joe Biden’s Georgia vote tally while honest, hardworking pollsters snuggled up in their beds. No one realized this was going on until a video of revealing this suspicious activity was launched.
Rightfully, it ignited a firestorm in President Trump’s camp. However, the corrupt mainstream media used every weapon in their arsenal to bury the story, or dilute it with unsupported lies when it did come to light.
The level of fraud to cover up the cheating in Fulton County gravitated as high as Governor Kemp’s administration. Election officials from the Georgia State Department asserted emphatically that nothing happened out of the ordinary.
We apologize, but pulling suspicious suitcases full of Joe Biden ballots out from under a table, when you assume no one was looking, is far from normal. It’s fraud. To claim otherwise is a boldfaced lie. The lies haven’t ceased since, despite continually growing evidence of foul play.
As the twisted story continues to unwind, evidence has surfaced that Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger knew what was going on when it was happening. We’re not surprised that one of the smaller fish in the swampy pond has resigned in order to avoid the intensity of the investigative microscope.
Political corruption investigations have a disappointing habit of swallowing up small fish such as Ralph Jones, while the true corruption slithers away. Someone gets nailed as a fall guy, leaving the true perpetrators to skate out from under their criminal activity.
Watching Ralph Jones resign as the heat intensifies from the Fulton County election fraud investigations paints such a picture. If these allegations are very proven true, heads should fall as high as necessary, even as high as the governor’s mansion. The election fraud investigation is heating up in Atlanta, and might get even hotter.
In my opinion, when you start seeing people like this beginning to resign, they know that something big is coming and they want to get as far away as possible from the point of impact. Now, let’s just wait and see who’s next.