Every. Single. Time. Every single time that anyone attempts to turn over a new rock in a swing state related to the 2020 election, they find new evidence of fraud. A brand-new complaint has been filed in Georgia after independent investigators found 17,000 “ballots” that were counted in Fulton County which don’t appear to exist. Joe Biden’s fake victory was declared by a margin of 11,778 votes in Georgia.
The complaint calls for decertification of the state’s 2020 election results, because the official result is fraudulent. The complaint was filed on July 8th, so this is new evidence of fraud on top of all the other evidence of fraud that’s been uncovered in Georgia. Every. Single. Time.
Researchers Kevin Moncla and Joseph Rossi have been conducting open records requests from Fulton County, Georgia, and they’re the ones who filed this new complaint. They found that the vote totals in Fulton County that resulted on November 8, 2020, do not match the vote totals found in the recount that happened on December 3, 2020.
When the totals didn’t match, the recount was off by around 17,000 votes. Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger told the county to reconcile the data, and they then found the missing 17,000 votes a few hours later. However, what Moncla and Rossi have uncovered is that there is no paper trail, and no ballot images exist for those 17,000 votes. Where could those votes have come from? Since there’s no paper trail, and no ballot images, it looks like they materialized out of thin air.
Fulton County is Georgia’s version of Broward County, Florida. Their elections are blazingly incompetent and rife with inconsistencies and childishly transparent Democrat Party fraud. Fulton County was where the election observers were initially kicked out of the State Farm Arena on election night in 2020 because of “broken water main.” It turned out to be one of those broken water mains that doesn’t exist.
Then, when “The Drop” happened in every swing state that night, election observers were told that all counting had stopped for the rest of the night. The observers believed the local election officials; surely, someone wouldn’t brazenly lie to their faces like that in such an important thing like a presidential election, right?
As soon as the observers left for the night, Fulton County election workers pulled wheelie suitcases out from under a table where they were hidden. Suitcases, of course, are not a legal transport receptable for ballots. Legal election ballots are transported in sealed boxes with chain of custody documents attached to them. The election workers pulled mystery ballots out of those illegal suitcases and illegally counted the ballots with no observers in the room. In some cases, batches of ballots were rammed through a counting machine four or five times in a row.
The recount total as Moncla and Rossi have uncovered shows that a grand total of 17,852 ballots are from “unknown provenance.” They found images of those ballots, but no physical ballot that match the images. The only explanation for this is a machine error – which should invalidate Georgia’s results – or outright fraud, which should also invalidate the state’s election results.
You can’t have a 17,852-vote “error” in an election that was supposedly decided by 11,778 votes. If the till is off by $6,074 at the end-of-day count in a retail business, someone’s going to jail. But Brad Raffensperger continues to talk tough to Fulton County election hacks, while never actually following through and doing something about the obvious fraud. I know he’s not the Georgia Attorney General, but if Raffensperger jumped in with a criminal complaint referral, the AG’s office would be forced to do something.
Meanwhile, that’s not all that Moncla and Rossi’s report details. An additional 20,713 votes included in the Georgia recount total came from unidentifiable tabulators. Huh?!
Once again, this is a huge chunk of ballots over and above Joe Biden’s fake margin of victory that basically has no paper trail AT ALL. If they can’t identify the tabulator that the votes were counted on, those votes shouldn’t count. Period.
The only logical remedy at this point is for Georgia’s election results to be decertified, and then hold a do-over election. That’s what America made Ukraine do a few years ago when they held an election as terrible as our 2020 election. And Ukraine had a population four times as large as Georgia’s. A do-over should be easy.