David Belle Isle who will face off with Brad Raffensperger in the election for Secretary of State has filed a far-reaching request for records from the 2020 election. Belle Isle, a former mayor of Alpharetta, told Breitbart in a telephone interview that he is entitled to the documents under Georgia’s Open Records Act, which was passed to allow more transparency from the state government.
Belle Isle explained:
“When [Raffensperger] came out of the 2020 election, the first thing he says is that it was the safest, most secure election in Georgia’s history. Yet more and more things continue to unravel as we look and we see, and people are wanting to know and get to the bottom of it, and if you’re going to trust elections, there has to be transparency. “
This is what Isle wants from Raffensperger:
1. From the General Election held on November 3, 2020 (hereinafter “2020 General Election”), all written or recorded reports, complaints, requests for investigation, regarding signatures of electors on absentee ballots, envelopes, or voter registration for Fulton, Cobb, Dekalb, and Clayton counties;
2. All reports, records, transfer documents, custody documents, memoranda, notes, written or recorded statements, and any other document or relevant correspondence concerning all chain-of-custody records for every absentee ballot drop box authorized in Georgia for the 2020 General Election;
3. All surveillance videos of every authorized absentee ballot drop box utilized during the 2020 General Election;
4. All correspondence, both paper and electronic, received by negotiation or otherwise by the Georgia Secretary of State’s office in exchange for the Secretary’s consent to the March 6, 2020 Compromise Settlement Agreement And Release in the lawsuit between the Democratic Party of Georgia, Inc. (“DPG”), the DSCC, and the DCCC), as Plaintiff, and Brad Raffensperger, Rebecca N. Sullivan, David J. Worley, Seth Harp, and Anh Le, as Defendants.
5. All surveillance videos of the Georgia World Congress Center for the dates of November 3, 2020, and November 4, 2020.
6. All reports, records, and tabulations of absentee ballots received by the Secretary of State’s office during the 2020 General Election.
7. All reports, records, and tabulations of absentee ballot envelopes received by the Secretary of State’s office during the 2020 General Election.
8. All official correspondence to and from the Secretary of State, both paper and electronic, to and from Dominion Voting Systems (hereinafter “Dominion”) or any person associated with Dominion regarding the 2020 General Election.
9. All correspondence, both paper and electronic, regarding any of the following: (1) all official audits of the Dominion ballot marking devices (hereinafter referred to as “BMD”); (2) any relationship between Dominion and Pro V&V; (3) the number of BMDs examined by the Secretary of State; and (4) the extent to which such BMDs were examined.
10. To the extent not previously requested herein, every document about all reports prepared by an expert or election official regarding (1) the accuracy and performance of BMDs and (2) all reports of any person who investigated BMDs or absentee ballots for the 2020 General Election.
If you think Raffensperger is going to hand over anything that could hurt him in his reelection bid, you will be disappointed. He had been hiding documented from investigators for some time now and I don’t expect that to change. Belle Isle noted that when Raffensperger finally agreed to match signatures, instead of going to Fulton County, where their rep-orts of possible voter fraud, he went to Cobb County, where they have a sterling reputation for a well-run county.
Belle Isle says he supports Trump even though he endorsed a different candidate in the race. Trump endorsed Republican, Rep. Jody Hice (R-GA), in the high-profile secretary of state race. Belle Isle claims that he believes if there is an honest audit, it will prove Trump won the state.