Raffensperger Seeks Shelter From CNN and the Washington Post

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is severely compromised and needs to be removed. Unfortunately, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp also appears to be compromised, as we discussed over the weekend. Raffensperger entered into a probably-illegal consent decree with Stacy Abrams’ voter fraud subornation team last spring that he believes prevents the state from examining mail-in ballots for simple things like valid signatures and addresses. He appears to be desperate to keep that decree in force in order to ensure that Joe Biden “won” his state on November 3.

All of this compromise by Raffensperger led him yesterday to seek shelter with the corrupt news media, specifically with CNN and the Washington Post. In interviews with both fake news outlets, Raffensperger accused Sen. Lindsey Graham and other prominent Republicans of “pressuring” him to throw out ballots that he desperately wants to count.

From a story at the New York Times:

Brad Raffensperger, Georgia’s secretary of state, on Monday accused fellow Republicans of trying to undermine the legitimacy of the state’s election in an effort to swing the results to President Trump, who narrowly lost the state to President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. and later demanded the hand recount.

Election officials in Georgia also announced Monday evening that they had discovered 2,600 ballots in Floyd County that had not been previously reported to the state, a notable but overall minor hiccup in what they otherwise described as a smooth recounting of the nearly five million ballots cast by Georgia voters during the presidential election.

The counting is expected to wrap up this week, and elections officials have reported few problems aside from the error in Floyd County, which is located in northwestern Georgia and voted heavily for Mr. Trump. Democrats said the recount had so far resulted in no substantive changes, at least none that would affect the lead currently enjoyed by Mr. Biden.

“The Floyd County situation was unfortunate,” said Gabriel Sterling, an official with the office of Georgia’s secretary of state. However, he added, “The majority of the counties right now are finding zero deviations from the original number of ballots.”

Mr. Raffensperger, in an interview with The Washington Post, said that Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina was among those Republicans seeking to challenge legally cast absentee ballots with the aim of helping Mr. Trump take the lead in a state in which he is losing by several thousand votes. According to Mr. Raffensperger, Mr. Graham asked about possible ways that ballots could be disqualified, including whether the secretary of state could reject all absentee ballots in counties that had a high number of signature mismatches on those ballots.

A spokesperson for Mr. Raffensperger declined to comment when reached Monday evening. Senator Graham, speaking to reporters on Capitol Hill on Monday, denied that he had suggested to Mr. Raffensperger that he find a way to throw out legally cast ballots.

“That’s ridiculous,” said Mr. Graham, who said that his conversation with Mr. Raffensperger covered questions about Georgia’s system of using signatures to verify the identity of voters who use absentee ballots. “I thought it was a good conversation,” Mr. Graham said. “I’m surprised to hear he characterized it that way.”

Mr. Raffensperger, a lifelong Republican, was stung last week when Georgia’s senators, Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue, both ardent Trump supporters, called for Mr. Raffensperger’s resignation, accusing him of mismanagement and calling the election he oversaw “an embarrassment.”

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In past elections, the rejection rates for mail-in and absentee ballots due to lack of valid signatures and addresses was about 3% in Georgia. In this election, that rejection rate fell to just .02% thanks to Raffensperger’s convenient deal with the Democrats and their voter fraud efforts. The difference in those two percentages would far more than enough to deny Biden his illegitimate “win” in the state.

There can be no doubt that Graham and Georgia Senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler, among others, have indeed questioned Raffensperger on why he has chosen to abandon the most fundamental methods of ensuring that ballots were cast legally in this election. Indeed, this was the very reason why the two Georgia Senators called for his resignation.

Raffensperger has no legitimate argument to support his collusion with the Democrats, which is why he has now resorted to seeking shelter with CNN and the Washington Post.

Someone really needs to take a very deep dive into Mr. Raffensperger’s background. His behavior is frankly inexplicable unless he is severely compromised where Dominion Systems and this election is concerned.

That is all.

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4 thoughts on “Raffensperger Seeks Shelter From CNN and the Washington Post

  1. Reply
    guidvce4 - November 17, 2020

    Maybe exploring the bank accounts of Kemp and the other lowlife, Raffensperger, could shed some light on why a “consent” decree was entered into with the party of lowlifes and crooks prior to the election.
    Wow! Talk about rinos. These guys need some deep investigating. Right now. Shoulld be easy for somebody with the skills of an internet hacker on the right.
    This crap needs to stop. Expose ’em all. Let the sunlight burn the flesh from their corrupt commie bones.
    Just sayin’.

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    Buck T - November 17, 2020

    I’m beginning to smell a big fat commie RAT.

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    Gregg - November 18, 2020

    Brad Raffensperger’s name reminds me of John Ratzenberger who played the loudmouthed mailman Cliff Clavin on “Cheers” who knew nothing, but professed to know everything. Just like another “Republican” politician who speaks endlessly about his ties to the USPS – John Kasich.

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