John Solomon and Just the News have found that as many as 100 boxes of votes are missing from Fulton County, Georgia, meaning that an audit would be incomplete.
That is, assuming that the boxes ever existed and weren’t a cover for voter fraud. Brad Raffensperger, the corrupt Secretary of State in Georgia is ultimately responsible for not securing the votes.
Raffensperger is also responsible for the fact that hundreds of thousands of alleged votes do not have a chain of custody document.
All in all, Raffenspergerhas mismanaged his job, many people suggest he did so purposely. He now claims he did not know the custody documents were missing.
The real question is how could he not know? And how could he not know about all of the shenanigans that played out in Fulton County?
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- Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has taken no action in 156 of Georgia’s 159 counties to secure copies of any absentee ballot dropbox transfer forms and review them for accuracy and consistency with reported absentee ballot vote counts. In April his office announced investigations into three small counties that “failed to do their absentee ballot transfer forms” in the November 2020 election in compliance with rules and regulations.
Just the News reported:
Documents that Georgia’s largest county submitted to state officials as part of a post-election audit highlight significant irregularities in the Atlanta area during last November’s voting, ranging from identical vote tallies repeated multiple times to large batches of absentee ballots that appear to be missing from the official ballot-scanning records.
The problems in predominantly Democratic Fulton County potentially impact thousands of ballots in a presidential race that Joe Biden was certified as winning statewide by fewer than 12,000 votes.
The memos reviewed by Just the News include the handwritten tally sheets for all absentee ballots counted by the county as well as a private report from a contractor hired by Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to monitor the Atlanta-area election process. The report, which chronicled seven days of problems, recorded troubling behavior like the mysterious removal of a suitcase of sensitive election data known as polls pads, used to authenticate voters.