Gabe Sterling who was personally hired by crooked SOS Brad Raffensperger watched the video of a woman running the same batch of votes through the tabulator 2 or 3 times. And after watching it, he declared that it was normal operating procedure.
Well, it might be for Democrats, however, a judge who watched the same video and he disagreed. So, now there will be a complete audit of the mail-in ballots in Fulton County.
Sterling tried to head it off and he was also the man who sent a letter to Arizona demanding that they not audit the votes in Maricopa County. He had an ulterior motive perhaps.
If the audit in Arizona proved fraud or a massive error, then there would be an audit in Georgia, which no Democrat wants to see, but see it they will beginning on May 28th at 10:00 am.
This “audit” in Arizona is another step in undermining confidence in elections. This process is neither transparent nor, likely, legal. Any “findings” will be highly suspect now that chain of custody has been violated by partisan actors. https://t.co/40yKdcVI4S
— Gabriel Sterling (@GabrielSterling) April 27, 2021
So, what prompted the judge to order an audit? Well, the woman running the same ballots multiple times was a factor. But, what really set it off was when they did sample sets of votes. In the initial sample, 21% of the ballots reviewed were duplicates. That’s a lot of duplicates. And we are talking about a state in which Trump lost by less than 12,000 votes.
Gabe Sterling was hired for his job as the SoS COO (Chief Operations Officer) by Raffensperger shortly after he was elected SoS in November 2018. He worked with Dominion Voting during the election and like his boss, he refused to do anything about multiple errors or things that were intentional errors.
They continue to insist it was an honest and secure election. You may laugh now.
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We can summarize that Sterling had a gmail account so everything Sterling as a state employee sent and received via any private email account escaped the public’s scrutiny and would remain a secret. If the public submits an Open Records Act request of his emails – its right, by law – it will get nothing back because a private email account falls outside the legal scope of such a request. This clearly must go against some state ethics law.
We know that the use of a private email account was Hillary Clinton’s favorite technique for evading public disclosure and hiding her illicit activities.