Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (RINO) has quietly admitted three years too late that the outcome of the 2020 election in his state was decided by fraud and should never have been certified by his RINO buddy, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.
Joe Biden’s “official” fake vote total in 2020 was 11,779 more than Donald Trump’s vote total. Yet Gov. Kemp has now admitted that there were 17,852 illegal votes tallied in Fulton County alone. They’ve now been caught, and it is indisputable—Georgia was stolen from Donald Trump in 2020 by election fraud.
This stems from the election fraud case (SEB2023-025) brought against the state by attorney Joe Rossi. It pertains to Fulton County, Georgia, which you may remember from such hits as a busted water pipe, sending all the election observers home for the night, pulling stacks of ballots out of magical suitcases that were hidden under tables until the observers were gone, and then election workers ramming stacks of ballots through the counting machines up to three or four times apiece.
Rossi previously won another case against Fulton County, GA, in which he proved that 4,000 votes were duplicates—meaning they had been counted twice. Was that those magic suitcase ballots from State Farm Arena? It sure sounds like it!
In this more recent lawsuit, however, Rossi has proven that the 17,852 votes from the December 2020 recount in Fulton County had no corresponding ballot images. They were fake votes that seem to have fallen from the sky in an election miracle for Joe Biden.
Governor Kemp’s office has formally notified Secretary of State Raffensperger that his office recorded and published FACTUALLY FALSE results in the 2020 election, including these 17,852 votes which have no ballot images.
While he admits that much, Kemp’s office does not go so far as to admit that the 2020 election outcome would have been any different. As if there were some mythical fake unicorn votes for Donald Trump in 2020. We know that each and every fake ballot counted was cast for Joe Biden. No one in any state has ever alleged that any 2020 ballot for Donald Trump was fraudulent.
Raffensperger’s office has known about the fraudulent results and recount in Fulton County all along. In July of 2022, a whopping 18 months ago, the Secretary of State’s office’s attorney C. Ryan Germany, admitted that the errors happened in the 2020 recount in Fulton County.
The Secretary of State’s office claimed falsely that the numbers in the recount matched the Election Day totals. That was untrue, since there were no corresponding ballot images for these 17,852 disputed votes. They counted the fake 17,852 votes in the recount because that was the only way to reconcile the numbers. The final count in a recount must match the original count, or at least be close, in order for an election to be legally certified.
If there was a margin of error of 17,852 votes in Fulton County alone, and Joe Biden supposedly won the state by 11,779 votes, then it’s a pretty easy math equation.
17,852 minus 11,779 equals the 2020 election was stolen.
The Board of Elections in Georgia will be conducting two hearings this week (Tuesday and Wednesday) to go over a number of election issues in the state, including Rossi’s SEB2023-025 case. The posted notice for the meetings only says that SEB2023-025 is being “Recommended for Referral to the Attorney General’s Office.”
That’s great, but… we get the sense that this is now a case of passing around a hot potato. Kemp passed it on to Raffensperger, Raffensperger passed it to the Board of Elections, and now the Board of Elections is passing it on to the Georgia Attorney General. No one wants to touch this with a ten-foot pole, because it is a full-on admission that the 2020 election was stolen, and that Brian Kemp and Brad Raffensperger covered it up.
What’s the Georgia Attorney General going to do? For those who don’t know, Georgia’s AG is a guy named Christopher Carr, a RINO so lacking in testicular fortitude that he believes that January 6th was an insurrection.
Carr was the chair of the Republican Attorney Generals Association (RAGA) in 2020. Before January of 2020, RAGA sent out a robocall to Republican voters across the country that they should head to Washington, DC on January 6th to protest the stolen 2020 election. 25 of the 26 Republican AGs in America believed as you and I do that the election was stolen. Christopher Carr did not.
When Carr found out about the robocall that RAGA had sent out, he resigned from the association in a girly hissy-fit. That’s who the Georgia Board of Elections is referring this election fraud case to, so don’t get your hopes up that anyone will be charged with a crime.