In my not so humble opinion, SOS Brad Raffensperger should go on trial for unsealing boxes of ballots sealed by Judge Amero.
Raffensperger’s people opened a box said to contain pristine ballots that were never folded.
They allegedly were inspecting the ballots that poll worker Suzi Voyles, a longtime Fulton County poll manager swore had unfolded ballots with similar markings for Biden. Voyles gave an affidavit to investigators.
State investigators tried to get Voyles to recant her testimony, which she refused to do.
She said that she felt like they were investigating her and not voter fraud. It should also be noted that Raffensperger tried to hide the fact that he authorized the unsealing of the box of votes, knowing it was a violation of the law.
It also causes me to wonder if they “repaired” the votes while they were at it.
Judge Amero is making up his mind on whether to allow a forensic audit of the votes in Fulton County. He should take the actions of Raffensperger into account and rule in favor of the audit. A criminal act was committed and there is no reasonable explanation why they did it unless it was to cover something up, in my opinion. He should also ban the SOS’s office from going anywhere near the votes or to those who are conducting the audit.
After several Fulton County, Ga., poll monitors testified last year that boxes of mail-in ballots for Joe Biden looked liked they’d been run through a photocopy machine, state investigators quietly broke the seal on one suspicious box and inspected the hundreds of votes it contained for signs of fraud, RealClearInvestigations has learned exclusively.
At the same time, a key whistleblower told RCI that state investigators pressured her to recant her story about what she and other poll monitors had observed — what they called unusually “pristine” mail-in ballots while sorting through them during last November’s hand recount.
Although the ballots are at the center of disputes about the Georgia presidential race, which Joe Biden won by just 12,000 votes, the state never disclosed its probe to the public or to election watchdogs suing to inspect the ballots.
State officials also neglected to inform the judge hearing the lawsuit that they were conducting such an inspection, even though the judge had issued a protective order over the ballots in January. In a nine-page amicus brief recently filed in the case, attorneys for the office of Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger urged Superior Court Judge Brian Amero to deny petitioners’ requests to inspect the ballots, calling them a “fishing expedition.”