Georgia Governor Brian Kemp’s office got some unwanted visitors on Friday. A group called Georgia Patriots showed up at the governor’s office to serve the governor with 40,000 signed affidavits regarding the 2020 election. That is a LOT of affidavits. Mike Lindell, Emerald Robinson and other noted Trump supporters were also there for the big moment. The governor himself was hiding under a rock somewhere and left his staff to deal with the dozens of boxes. They weren’t happy about it.
Just to be clear, these were not boxes of petition signatures. They’re legal documents: Affidavits conducted by attorneys and signed under penalty of perjury. 40,000 of them!
There was some confusion at first when it turned out that the governor had ran away and hid from his constituents. Eventually, the governor’s legal department showed up and Kemp’s Operations Manager signed to take legal custody of the boxes. Governor Kemp has until Friday, February 25, to respond to the affidavits. Georgia Patriots also sent a digital copy of the 40,000 affidavits to the US Supreme Court, along with a legal notice of maladministration.
Funny side note: One of Emerald Robinson’s producers peeked into Governor Kemp’s office. Guess what channel the “Republican” Georgia governor’s office TV was on?
I don’t even know anyone who has willingly tuned into CNN since about 2016. But that is apparently the news source of choice for RINO Gov. Brian Kemp of Georgia.
Joe the Dementia Potato allegedly won the 2020 election in Georgia by 11,779 votes. Yet Garland Favorito’s group VoterGA continues to maintain that there are many tens of thousands of counterfeit ballots cast in 2020 that were never investigated. Tens of thousands of ballots lack proper chain of custody. We’ve even seen many of those ballots on video!
Remember the magic suitcase ballots at State Farm Arena in Fulton County, Georgia? I guarantee there’s no chain of custody on those ballots. Wheelie suitcases are not an approved, legal ballot transportation receptacle in any state. Those suitcase ballots were 100% fraudulent and should never have been counted in the 2020 election, let alone jammed through the counting machines four or five times in a row as we watched election workers do.
36 batches of absentee ballots (3,300 votes for Joe Biden and 865 votes for Donald Trump) were double counted in Fulton County, Georgia’s “official” results. Those were the magic suitcase ballots. You don’t have to count 3,300 Biden votes very many times to reach a total of 11,779 votes.
One way to check the numbers is by looking at ballot tally sheets post-election. Yet Fulton County failed to let the public see more than 100,000 tally sheets for months after the election, including for more than 50,000 absentee ballots. When VoterGA was able to force Fulton County to turn over those tally sheets over through a court order, and conduct an audit of them, here was the conclusion:
“Seven falsified audit tally sheets containing fabricated vote totals… For example, a batch containing 59 actual ballot images for Joe Biden, 42 for Donald Trump… was reported as 100 for Biden and 0 for Trump. The seven batches of ballot images with 554 votes for Joe Biden, 140 votes for Donald Trump and 11 for Jo Jorgensen had tally sheets in the audit falsified to show 850 votes for Biden, 0 votes for Trump and 0 votes for Jorgensen.”
A whistleblower who took part in one of the recounts in Georgia told Tucker Carlson – and provided photographic evidence – that tens of thousands of mail-in ballots didn’t have any creases in them. Mail-in ballots have to be folded at least three times to get them in an envelope. But these ballots were perfect and had obviously never been folded and stuffed in an envelope. The whistleblower also claims that the ballots were run off a printer and not filled out by hand. That’s just one example of the types of data contained in the 40,000 affidavits that were process served to Governor Kemp on Friday.
An elections expert named Mark Davis analyzed postal data in Georgia and found that 35,000 people voted illegally in the state. They moved from one county to another just a month before the election and were ineligible to vote. They still voted in their old counties, which is flat-out voter fraud.
Governor Kemp hasn’t responded to the 40,000 signed affidavits yet, but he has until Friday to legally do so. When he does respond, we’ll let you know!