Since the primary election in Georgia, many people have doubted the results, and for a good reason. I doubt many of the results of the primaries because I just don’t believe Georgia has that many voters who can be totally fooled by that snake in the grass, Brad Raffensperger. VoterGa claims they now have proof that Raffensperger did not get the number of votes they claim he received.
VoterGa says that they have proof that the Dominion Voting machines added thousands of votes to Raffensperger’s total.
VoterGA first presented an Election Night graphic showing Georgia’s voting system allocated 3,317 votes to a Fulton County School Board District 7 candidate who was NOT on the ballot! That same graphic showed candidate Phil Chen with zero votes at 10:12 on Election Night even though he actually received 49.7% of the vote in the race. Chen has challenged the outcome of that contest.
The team found that Secretary Raffensperger received about 53% of the Republican Election Day votes for Secretary of State in that precinct. That would be in line with the statewide voting percentages that enabled him to avoid a runoff except that the Dominion voting system awarded Raffensperger 68.4% of those same votes. Thus, the Dominion software attributed 15% more votes to Raffensperger’s totals than the actual ballots seem to show when monitors counted Raffensperger’s votes.
Today VoterGA announced that they were contesting the results in the recent Georgia Secretary of State primary:
Since county tabulators are prepped centrally under the jurisdiction of the SOS office and vulnerable to a single point of attack, there is a significant risk that all tabulators statewide awarded extra votes to Raffensperger which helped him avoid an expected runoff.
VoterGa is now suing all 159 counties and is demanding a hand recount. They had sent out requests to all 159 counties, asking for information that by law is considered public. VoterGa said that 81 counties were unable to send legitimate results because they failed to provide correct, signed certifications for the primary, including 73 that never responded to another ORR Favorito submitted to get the public certificate.
In DeKalb County, District 2 Commission Democrat Party candidate Michelle Long-Spears received zero votes in the precinct where she and her husband live. After she complained, the Elections staff attempted to perform a machine recount that failed and finally conducted a hand count audit of the race. It showed the Dominion system shorted Long-Spears 2,000 votes, failed to count 1,800 more and gave nearly 1,500 votes to a candidate who did not earn them. The hand count audit found the Dominion Democracy Suite 5.5 voting system selected the wrong winners to face each other in a runoff.
Dominion Voting strikes again.