In order to keep Georgia’s brand-new 2020 drop boxes safe and secure, Governor Brian Kemp’s emergency order stated that every drop box must have a surveillance camera aimed at it at all times. That happened as planned. But a bunch of Georgia counties then deleted the surveillance footage within 30 days after the election.
Was that really Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger’s plan to secure the election? Point a camera at every drop box, but delete the footage before anyone could look at it? That doesn’t seem like a good plan.
And that camera footage isn’t the only thing being hidden from Georgia voters, which I’ll get to in a minute.
First, True the Vote has the Democrat Party dead to rights. They used publicly available GPS cell phone data and tracked the movements of thousands – yes, thousands – of ballot traffickers in swing states that were stuffing the drop boxes with potentially hundreds of thousands of fraudulent ballots. These ballot traffickers would drive to local Democrat Party headquarters or Democrat-controlled NGOs, pick up a backpack full of fake ballots, and proceed to stuff them in drop boxes.
Georgia was one of the states where this happened. True the Vote even obtained copies (copies which are inadmissible in court) of surveillance footage of ballot traffickers stuffing the drop boxes. They presented their ironclad evidence to the Attorney General’s office in Georgia recently, and a criminal investigation was launched. But the investigators found nothing.
That’s because the most populous counties in Georgia, all of which are under Democrat Party control, had all deleted the video footage of their drop boxes. When Gov. Kemp signed his emergency order allowing drop boxes, it bizarrely stipulated that the footage could be deleted after 30 days. Democrat-controlled counties were all too happy to do that!
Federal law requires all federal election materials (ballots, etc.) to be preserved for 22 months after an election. Georgia state law requires those materials to be kept for 24 months. But for the video footage designed to keep a brand-new system of drop boxes safe and secure, which was only implemented through an emergency order, the footage could be deleted in 30 days.
The footage was all digital, so it’s not like it was taking up space. They didn’t need a warehouse to store a bunch of videotapes. Technically, the footage could have been stored on the cloud forever as part of the historical record. But Kemp and Raffensperger allowed the footage to be destroyed after just 30 days – and the Democrats were eager to comply.
What a happy coincidence that benefited only Joe Biden and the Democrat Party!
Plus, we have an update on a court case that has been unfolding in Georgia for months. J. Alex Halderman from the University of Michigan has been examining a Dominion Voting Systems electronic voting machine (the ICX, which is used in 17 states) for that case. Halderman is an election security expert.
He was given total access to a Dominion ICX machine for twelve weeks to examine it. After picking the machine apart for three months and forensically examining it, Halderman stated that he discovered these machines “suffer from specific, highly exploitable vulnerabilities that allow attackers to change votes despite the state’s purported defenses.”
Halderman sent copies of his final report to Dominion Voting Systems and the Biden administration’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA). Both entities immediately sued to block the public release of Halderman’s report. Last week, the federal judge overseeing the case agreed with Dominion and the Biden administration: Halderman’s report is just too dangerous for you and me to ever see it. Halderman’s forensic report has been sealed as a confidential document. How do you like them apples?
CISA was the first federal agency after the 2020 election to declare that it had been the most safe and secure election ever. Former CISA Director Chris Krebs said it was “the most secure” election we’ve ever had. President Trump immediately fired Krebs on Twitter over that demonstrably false statement. And to prove that it was the most safe and secure election ever, CISA just successfully sued to block you from ever being able to read a detailed forensic report about the voting machines that are being used in 17 states.
There sure is a lot of 2020 election evidence that the Democrat Party doesn’t want the public to see. I don’t know about you, but that reluctance to allow the public to know about the 2020 election seems like even more proof that the election was stolen.