Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has announced that he is opening an investigation into credible accusations of ballot harvesting after True The Vote got a ballot harvester to talk about how he was paid to harvest votes in the Atlanta area, which is illegal in that state. Since the 2020 election, Raffensperger has spent all of his time covering up the voter fraud that occurred. He is basically investigating himself. He will find himself innocent.
True the Vote has tons of videos that show 240 people who were making late-night runs to the drop boxes sponsored by a non-profit financed by Mark Zuckerberg. They would visit several boxes a night, and empty backpacks full of votes at each one. This evidence was given to Raffensperger months ago, but after one of the ballot harvesters came forward and told his story he can no longer ignore it. But, that doesn’t mean it will be an honest investigation.
John Solomon at Just the News reported this evening:
Georgia authorities have launched an investigation into an allegation of systematic ballot harvesting during the state’s 2020 general election and subsequent U.S. Senate runoff and may soon issue subpoenas to secure evidence, Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger confirmed to Just the News.
Georgia law strictly prohibits third-party activists from picking up and delivering ballots on behalf of voters, a tactic called “harvesting” that liberal organizers have tried to get legalized in many battleground states without success. The U.S. Supreme Court this summer rejected Democrat efforts to overturn an Arizona law that outlawed harvesting in the battleground state.
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Also, it is true that:
Raffensperger also reviewed and rejected claims by former President Donald Trump of widespread fraud during the 2020 election in a series of contacts under investigation by a local district attorney in Atlanta and the Jan. 6 select committee in Congress.
Raffensperger taped that conversation with Trump and then tried to destroy the tape that would allow him to lie about what was said, but unfortunately for him, a copy survived and was made public. So, if you are expecting an honest investigation, then I am afraid you will be awfully disappointed. The good people of Georgia need to take out the trash, beginning with Raffensperger.