How rigged is the system in Georgia? – So rigged that state judges rule that it is illegal for election officials to purge out-of-state voters from the voter rolls. Check out this story:
Georgia Judge Leslie Abrams, sister of Stacy Abrams, rules for Russiagate conspiracy creator Marc Elias in voter registration case. Counties blocked from purging thousands of voters who moved out of state. https://t.co/fCPb7mI1Zb
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) December 29, 2020
From the story at Politico:
A federal judge in Georgia on Monday ordered two counties to reverse a decision removing more than 4,000 voters from the rolls ahead of the Jan. 5 runoff elections that will decide control of the U.S. Senate.
The judge, Leslie Abrams Gardner — the sister of former gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, a prominent ally of President-elect Joe Biden who has led voter registration efforts across the state — concluded that the counties appeared to have improperly relied on unverified change-of-address data to invalidate registrations in the two counties.
The bulk of the registrations that the counties sought to rescind, more than 4,000, were in Muscogee County, which Biden won handily in November. An additional 150 were from Ben Hill County, which Trump won by a wide margin.
The suit, brought by national Democratic Party attorney Marc Elias’ group Democracy Forward, followed an effort to challenge the lengthy roster of voters simply because their registrations appeared to match U.S. Postal Service change-of address records.
Get that? When it is delivering hundreds of thousands of mail-in ballots that no one requested and that are to be used by Democrats for massive voter fraud, the Postal Service is good. When its data is used to clean up voter rolls – as it has been for two centuries now – the Postal Service is bad.
And good Lord, Stacey Abrams has a sister who is a judge.
You just could never make this stuff up.
But Democrats are not the only problem in Georgia’s voting system, or even the biggest problem. That designation must go to Governor Brian Kemp, who, while serving as Sec. of State, executed his state’s deal with Dominion Systems to use their rigged voting hardware and software, and current Sec. of State Brad Raffensperger, whose office willingly and with obvious malice aforethought enabled the massive fraud that took place in their state.
In an interview with Newsmax yesterday, Dick Morris did a great job of succinctly summing up how Raffensperger helped Stacey Abrams and her fellow Dems pull off the scam:
“Raffensperger refused to allow double-verification for signatures on absentee and mail-in ballots and required one only, even though it is expressly required by Georgia state law to have two,” Morris said. “Raffensperger refused to invalidate ballots that were not signed on the outside outer envelope, or ballots where the outer envelopes were destroyed. Which means you have a ballot voting for Biden, but you have no idea who cast it, and whether he’s [or she’s] eligible.”
“He refused to give the Republican Party, as statutorily required within a reasonable time, a list of the people who voted so they could see who died and who moved away and challenge the results,” Morris said. “He allowed the election inspectors and watchers to throw Republicans out during the balloting process or to confined them to what they call the ‘coral’ in the distant part of the room where they couldn’t see the paper ballots or the verification.
“These are serious problems.”
Now, here’s the thing to understand about the twin senate runoff elections that are about to happen in this bipartisanly corrupt state next Tuesday: With one small exception designed to count the fraud faster, the exact same voting procedures deployed during the general election are still in place and the same Dominion machines and software are still being used.
What’s the one exception? Vote “counters” will be required to start counting the early votes – more than 1.4 million have already been “cast” – no later than December 30, rather than waiting until Election Night, according to a report at JustTheNews.com:
Counties in Georgia will be allowed to begin tallying absentee and mail-in ballots prior to the Jan. 5 Senate runoff elections, according to a spokesperson from the Georgia Secretary of State’s office. This policy reflects a change from the controversial Nov. 3 election process.
Counties will be permitted to begin their ballot count two weeks ahead of the election, and will be required to start their count by Dec. 30. The goal of the policy is faster election results on Jan. 5. In November, the Georgia vote took days to tally before the state was prepared to announce unofficial results.
Other than that, nothing has changed despite the tons of proof of pervasive fraud in the system.
And it’s all being run – at least publicly – by people who call themselves Republicans.
That is all.
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