Gabriel Sterling the far left “Republican and Executive of the Georgia Secretary of State’s office is sw3eating bullets over the audit of the votes in Arizona because he fears it could lead to the very same thing happening in Fulton County.
That is what he and Brad Raffensperger have been trying to fight off ever since the 2020 election.
If an election is fair and aboveboard there is no reason to fear an audit but Sterling lives in mortal fear of one.
Then a couple days ago we reported that Sterling went on a rampage saying there was no corruption in Georgia while belittling Americans and Trump voters for thinking there was in an attempt to shift the focus away from him and Georgia (really who is this guy?)
Unfortunately for Sterling, we can’t even keep up with the amount of corruption in Georgia related to this year’s election. Yesterday for example, a video was unearthed by the Trump team showing Democrat counters in Atlanta pulling out suitcases full of ballots and counting them after sending Republicans home due to a falsely reported water main break (um, this is against the law Mr. Sterling).
This ‘audit’ in Arizona is another step in undermining confidence in elections. This process is neither transparent nor, likely, legal,” Sterling said on Twitter.
Any ‘findings’ will be highly suspect now that chain of custody has been violated by partisan actors,” he added.
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If done correctly, no audit is “another step in undermining the confidence in elections”. Sterling simply doesn’t have a clue what he is talking about. If the audit comes back clean, then it would validate the original reporting and would support the election processes to date. If the audit comes back with thousands of fraudulent ballots, then this too would give voters confidence because they would be able to say the process worked.
When he says the process is not transparent he is basically not telling the truth again. This is the most transparent audit in history (This assessment comes from being in the audit field for decades and performing audits around the world.)
Finally, the only chain of custody issues occurred when the Senate loaded the ballots up on trucks in an unauthorized ride to God-knows-where.