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But by far the greatest gift that Covid could have given to the Democratic Party was the excuse to begin mail-in voting, and just in time for the Trump-Biden clash. Here is where the Biden campaign found it indispensable to have the mainstream media and Big Tech firmly in its corner.

The major social media platforms, Twitter and Facebook, assumed the responsibility (which was not, it is important to emphasize, given to them under Section 230 of the Communications Act) of flagging any person, including the President of the United States, who dared to suggest that mail-in voting was loaded with a number of pitfalls and trap doors. Even the White House has provided a list of examples.

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Sidney starts to talk about half way through this hour.

She has a lot of interesting things to say about how many votes she thinks were moved, transferred, manipulated, etc. by electronic chicanery.

In her opinion the false vote across the key areas; Atlanta, Detroit, Philadelphia, Chicago, amounted to a number north of 5 million.

She also thinks several million dead were voted.

She thinks major parts of the US Government as well as parts of state governments have long been participants in what amounts to a contractual election bending empire operating across the world with major nodes in Europe.

Just used by Democrats?  It seems that is not the case. 

She is ALL IN  in this.  Her statements are so unequivocal that she will either triumph or be destroyed.

She should be protected from physical danger.

If the web of corruption hinted at by her and Rudy is real, then our electoral system has long been a fraud and for sale at any level using this kind of electronic voting machinery and software as well as by the usual and traditional ballot box stuffing.  pl

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[Jun 20, 2021] Georgia Secretary Of State Outlines 100,000 Names To Be Cut From Voter Rolls - ZeroHedge

Jun 20, 2021 |

Authored by Zachary Steiber via The Epoch Times (emphasis ours) ,

Georgia's secretary of state this week announced he is set to remove some 100,000 names from voter rolls , the first major voting list maintenance following the 2020 election.

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger holds a press conference on the status of ballot counting in Atlanta, Ga., on Nov. 6, 2020. (Jessica McGowan/Getty Images)

The names are being removed because of a National Change of Address form submitted to the U.S. Postal Service, election mail being sent to them bouncing back; or having no contact with elections officials for at least five years.

" Making sure Georgia's voter rolls are up to date is key to ensuring the integrity of our elections, " Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger , a Republican, said in a statement.

"That is why I fought and beat Stacey Abrams in court in 2019 to remove nearly 300,000 obsolete voter files before the November election, and will do so again this year. Bottom line, there is no legitimate reason to keep ineligible voters on the rolls ," he added.

The case in question saw Abrams, a failed gubernatorial candidate, take Raffensperger to court through her group Fair Fight Action. A judge ruled against the plaintiffs, but Raffensperger's office eventually reinstated 22,000 names because, it said, it was interpreting a state law differently. Fair Fight Action claimed the reinstatement came due to their case.

Critics said they'd be reviewing the list of names set to be removed.

Voters stand in line to cast their ballots during the first day of early voting in the U.S. Senate runoff, in Atlanta, Ga., on Dec. 14, 2020. (Jessica McGowan/Getty Images)

"The last time Secretary Raffensperger conducted a massive voter purge, he was forced to admit 22,000 errors -- 22,000 Georgia voters who would have been kicked off the rolls were it not for Fair Fight Action's diligence. We'll be reviewing the list thoroughly and reaching out to impacted voters," Lauren Groh-Wargo, CEO of Fair Fight Action, told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution .

The major maintenance is taking place separately from regular monthly removals of names for felony convictions and deaths. It's the first major effort since 2019. Raffensperger's office cited federal law as to why no such undertaking happened last year.

Voters who want to see if they face removal can visit this website . They will be able to block their removal if they provide information within about a month.

Voters who are ultimately removed can reregister.

The number of removals is 1.3 percent of Georgia's registered voters.

1 hour ago

Amazing how 100,000 votes here and 100,000 votes there can swing an election. play_arrow 26 play_arrow

Solomonpal 1 hour ago

Or triple counted ballots and mysteriously appearing boxes from under the tables. View the tapes and consider the source.

SoDamnMad 1 hour ago

Shout out here to Ruby Freeman and her daughter Shayne Moss for that "under the table" trick.

Not Your Father's ZH 40 minutes ago (Edited)

Riggers, eh? };^D ====> <====

WE CAUGHT THEM: President Trump Warned Raffensperger and His Attorney Ryan Germany About Election Fraud – New Evidence Shows Germany Was Made Aware of Election Fraud on Election Night And Hid This From President Trump


systemsplanet 20 minutes ago

Raffensperger got a kick back for installing Dominion voting machines to fix the election.

personal109 4 minutes ago

Raffensperger better lawyer up, and while he's at it, get a criminal lawyer, he's gonna need it.

KirkPatrickN 51 minutes ago

100,000 fake votes here, 100,000 fake votes there, and pretty soon your talkin' "real" "President" who got 81M votes, the all time record, when Trump broke the previous all time record with 73M. The same year.

Pro_sanity 46 minutes ago (Edited)

And the one who got 81M couldn't fill a middle school gym during the campaign. The other overflowed major sports arenas with spillout to the streets.

Not Your Father's ZH 35 minutes ago (Edited)

Because rayzism.


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[Jun 12, 2021] Georgia County Election Officials Subpoenaed in Historic Fraud Case - News Punch

Jun 12, 2021 |

Georgia County Election Officials Subpoenaed in Historic Fraud Case June 10, 2021 Sean Adl-Tabatabai News , US 8 Comments


Three Georgia county election officials have been hit with subpoenas to testify in a historic fraud case regarding the 2020 ballot count, according to reports.

Fulton County poll workers Wandrea Shaye Moss and her mother Ruby Freeman have been ordered to give depositions regarding events during the 2020 election count.

Freeman and Moss were central to the after-hours ballot-counting operation at State Farm Arena during the presidential election. reports: David Makever Alligood and Ruby Freeman were both served affidavits to give videotaped depositions. Freeman is notorious for being suspected of election malfeasance during the 2020 election. Among those activites were dragging out boxes of ballots from under a table after election observers were wrongfully sent home early at State Farm Arena.

The sworn deposition will provide an opportunity for Freeman to explain her videorecorded activities.

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Ruby Freeman's daughter, who was actually her boss, was also subpoenaed to explain herself before the court.

Wandrea Shaye Moss also participated in dragging out boxes of ballots after she personally sent election observers home early. She would then run stacks of ballots through tabulators on video, some of them multiple times. She will provide a videotaped deposition on June 10, provided that she shows up.

Fulton County election officials are taking the probe very seriously. They have hired two top criminal defense attorneys for the case, even though the court is not adjudicating criminal charges.

"The Fulton County Board of Registration & Elections has hired two of Georgia's top criminal defense attorneys & filed paperwork to halt the audit proceedings previously ordered by the judge,"Ě Heather Mullins of Real America's Voice noted.

The two attorneys, Donald Samuel and Amanda Palmer, are affiliated with the high-powered Garland, Samuel and Loeb law firm in Atlanta.

The Fulton County lawsuit has prompted a much-anticipated election audit that will put physical ballots under further inspection. The ballot inspection will hopefully resolve what fair-minded observers witnessed on video: Fulton County election officials appearing to run stacks of ballots through tabulation machines multiple times on election night.

[May 29, 2021] Judge Postpones Georgia Election Audit After County Hires Criminal Defense Attorneys, Files Motion To Dismiss - ZeroHedge

May 29, 2021 |

Authored by Zachary Stieber via The Epoch Times,

A judge in Georgia told parties in an election integrity case on May 27 that a previously scheduled meeting at a ballot storage warehouse was canceled after officials filed a flurry of motions in the case .

Media crews film while election workers process absentee ballots at State Farm Arena in Atlanta on Nov. 2, 2020. (Megan Varner/Getty Images)

Henry County Superior Court Judge Brian Amero said a May 28 meeting was no longer taking place because of motions filed by Fulton County , the county's Board of Registration and Elections, and the county's clerk of Superior and Magistrate Courts, a spokesperson for the court confirmed to The Epoch Times.

Amero said the motions must be heard before the plaintiffs can gain access to the absentee ballots. He proposed a June 21 hearing, but the order scheduling the hearing hasn't yet been filed.

"It seems like a desperation move. The silver lining is that we now have more time to perfect the changes we had to make in our inspection plan," Garland Favorito, the lead petitioner, told The Epoch Times via email.

County officials argued that the complaint filed by voters should be dismissed because the petitioners failed to serve, or even attempt to serve, the county. They also said Fulton County doesn't have final control over elections, that petitioners aren't entitled to declaratory judgment, and that petitioners haven't complied with election contest requirements.

Amero heard in a hearing last week that petitioners weren't able to properly examine ballot images they've received because of their low resolution -- 200 dots per inch (DPI). Amero granted the petitioners' request to unseal the mailed ballots and said they could go to where they were stored in order to observe county workers create higher resolution images of the ballots.

Amero mentioned during the hearing that no parties had filed a motion to dismiss, allowing petitioners to obtain some discovery.

During the hearing, lawyers for the county urged the judge not to grant access to the ballots.

Before the latest update in the case, some officials had supported the ballot examination.

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, a Republican, opposed letting petitioners get access to the ballots , but said he supported Amero's ruling.

"From day one, I have encouraged Georgians with concerns about the election in their counties to pursue those claims through legal avenues. Fulton County has a long standing history of election mismanagement that has understandably weakened voters' faith in its system. Allowing this audit provides another layer of transparency and citizen engagement," he told The Epoch Times in an email.

However, Democrat Fulton County Commission Chairman Robb Pitts criticized the attempt to examine the ballots.

"It is outrageous that Fulton County continues to be a target of those who cannot accept the results from last year's election," he told news outlets in a statement.

[Mar 28, 2021] 'He's toast'- GOP leaves Raffensperger twisting in the wind - POLITICO

Mar 28, 2021 |

The Georgia GOP secretary of state who bucked Donald Trump is up against serious resistance within his own party.

..."He's toast," said Jay Williams, a Georgia-based Republican strategist. "I don't know that there's a single elected official who would put their neck out for Brad Raffensperger right now."

Not everyone in state political circles is convinced Raffensperger's political plight is so grim. Some still see a path to reelection, despite the serious resistance within his own party.

Either way, as the GOP forges its post-Trump era identity, Raffensperger's reelection campaign is emerging as one of the earliest and most contentious test cases for the direction of the party.

...Jason Shepherd, the chair of the Republican Party in Cobb County, Georgia, said he has friends who are "completely uninvolved in politics" who tell him "there is no way they are going to vote to reelect Raffensperger."

That sentiment, he said, is coming from "the type of person you're almost surprised they know the name of the secretary of state."

Earlier this week, Rep. Jody Hice, a defender of Trump's effort to overturn the election, announced he's running with Trump's endorsement to unseat Raffensperger. And the Georgia Republican Party isn't exactly sitting on the sidelines.

The state executive committee publicly called this week on Raffensperger to repudiate his staff for misquoting Trump's words in a December phone call in which Trump urged a Georgia elections official to find "dishonesty" in the vote in an attempt to reverse the election results.

The party said Raffensperger has "dodged repeated attempts" by committee members to discuss the issue with him.

Closer to home, Raffensperger failed this past weekend to get Republicans in his own precinct to elect him as a delegate to his county's upcoming Republican Party convention, said Stewart Bragg, executive director of the Georgia Republican Party. After Raffensperger wrote a letter asking to be elected, no one at the precinct meeting moved to nominate him, Bragg said.

In a statement, the chair of the Fulton County Republican Party, Trey Kelly, said he was unaware of any letter from Raffensperger, adding that, "like many others who did not attend Saturday, he was not added to the delegate or alternate list for the county convention." A person close to Raffensperger also denied that he sent a letter seeking election.

His representatives otherwise declined to comment for this story, pointing to Raffensperger's past public statements.

Raffensperger's official responsibilities have also been targeted by Republicans in the state. On Thursday, the Republican-controlled state legislature passed a law, signed by Georgia GOP Gov. Brian Kemp, that removes the secretary of state as the state election board chair -- to be replaced by a person approved by the state legislature.

The law, in effect, hands control of the five-person board over to the state legislature: Two other members on the board are picked by the respective legislative chambers. The law also gives the state election board the ability to suspend county election officials, who are replaced by an individual picked by the board.

... ... ...

Raffensperger has joined the chorus of Republicans across the country in opposing H.R. 1, or the For the People Act, congressional Democrats' sweeping piece of legislation that would drastically remake most aspects of federal elections, penning an op-ed in USA Today on Friday that says the bill makes "reckless demands of Georgia's elections system."

At the same time, Raffensperger has been harshly critical of the falsehoods about the 2020 election promoted by Trump and embraced by Hice, saying voters will punish Hice because of it.

[Jan 20, 2021] How neoliberal Dems deceived Georgia voters promising them 2000 dollars with no intention to deliver

Trump would probably won if he managed to give people 2K checks. But Trump cares about "deplorable" even less the neoliberal Dems.
Jan 20, 2021 |

, 10 hours ago

Neo-liberals would never lie to the people. 🙄

Michael James , 10 hours ago

FYI, they don't care about you. They will do whatever they want, whenever they want and there is nothing you can do about it. Enjoy your scraps

J OTowner , 10 hours ago

He hasn't even been inaugurated and I'm already sick to death of hearing about creepy, corrupt "Uncle Joe".

Danny Martinez , 8 hours ago

It's weird that these people are such bad negotiators that they diminish their negotiating posture BEFORE negotiating. Why not demand the full $2000 and have the republicans be the obstacle to it? It's so stupid and makes no sense

Robert E
, 10 hours ago

Its Biden you took his word and conveyed it to people. He is a career liar you just spouted his words. Your no liar sir but you are naive for believing in Biden and telling others they could too.

[Jan 13, 2021] The vote count data analysis in that vid is very enlightening and convincing. As if we need more convincing that the 2020 election was fraudulent.

Jan 13, 2021 |

whodat , says: January 12, 2021 at 8:08 am GMT • 20.2 hours ago


GMike , says: January 12, 2021 at 8:37 pm GMT • 7.7 hours ago

Thanks for the info. The vote count data analysis in that vid is very enlightening and convincing. As if we need more convincing that the 2020 election was fraudulent. But if you do or have acquaintances that still need convincing, watch the presentation.

[Jan 09, 2021] America's Color Revolution by Paul Craig Roberts

Jan 09, 2021 |

Peripatetic Itch , says: January 8, 2021 at 11:35 am GMT • 11.8 hours ago

Edward Solomon brilliantly reverse-engineers the election steal in Georgia:

[Jan 07, 2021] Two places have stated that "thousands" used their addresses as "residence"

Jan 07, 2021 |

Stonebird , Jan 7 2021 7:52 utc | 27

Even in the recent election for the Georgia senate there were "irregularities". Two places have stated that "thousands" used their addresses as "residence", and demanded ballots. One is connected to Emmaus, on Twitter, don't know if I can still find a reference. 4'700 votes have been mentioned elsewhere. Not a lot but it does indicate problems.

[Jan 06, 2021] Reports- Dominion Machines Breaking Down in Several Georgia GOP Precincts; Voters Told Workers Will Scan Ballots Later

Jan 06, 2021 |

Reports: Dominion Machines Breaking Down in Several Georgia GOP Precincts; Voters Told Workers Will Scan Ballots Later By Kristinn Taylor
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Georgia radio host John Fredricks said several voters in Republican precincts called his show Tuesday morning and told him that they were unable to cast their votes in the state's runoff election due to malfunctions by Dominion machines. The callers said workers at the polls told them to put their ballots in a box, telling them their ballots would be scanned later.

Fredericks spoke about the problems reported by voters during an appearance on Steve Bannon's War Room Pandemic.

Gabriel Sterling announced a problem in Columbia County, "Some issues in Columbia Co. There was a programming error on security keys for some locations scanners & pollworker cards. Voting continues on backup emergency ballots. Newly programmed keys&cards are being taken to locations via law enforcement."

First hand claim posted to Twitter by a voter in the city of Covington in Newton County, "Just voted in Newton County Georgia. Heavy republican district.. When I went to place my printed ballot into the dominion machine, the poll worked said the scanner was broken and someone was coming to fix it, I placed it in the machine slot but not in the scanner.

First hand claim posted to Twitter by a voter in the city of Covington in Newton County, "Just voted in Newton County Georgia. Heavy republican district.. When I went to place my printed ballot into the dominion machine, the poll worked said the scanner was broken and someone was coming to fix it, I placed it in the machine slot but not in the scanner.

A voter in Sandy Springs in Fulton County, "Just voted in #Georgia runoff & of course in heavily @GOP precinct at HeardsFerry -- Sandy Springs #Dominion scanners "are down." This means @TheDemocrats activist now will be in charge of scanning my vote for @sendavidperdue & @KLoeffler @BrianKempGA @KLoeffler @GabrielSterling"

A second hand account posted to Twitter, "A friend just texted in Georgia that the Dominion voting machine in Troup County is jammed. They put his ballot in a box and said they'd scan it later. The steak (sic) is back on!"

My family in GA trying to vote this morning. Was told that machines are "down" and he has to vote provisional. Here's the catch: Machines are NOT down in Democrat county. Just the Repub Co. Columbia county It's a Republican-majority county. People forced to vote with provisional ballots and told to check online later to see if the vote was counted. Next county over is Richmond Co, a Democrat-majority county, with machines that are working just fine."

More: Spalding County: "SPAULDING (sic) COUNTY, GA: Spoke with a woman who went to vote at 7am this morning. She & other voters were told the #dominion machines were down. They were not given emergency paper ballots & were told to come later. Some voters unable to come back due to work. @RealAmVoice"

President Trump reports, "Reports are coming out of the 12th Congressional District of Georgia that Dominion Machines are not working in certain Republican Strongholds for over an hour. Ballots are being left in lock boxes, hopefully they count them. Thank you Congressman

[Jan 01, 2021] Georgia Judge (Sister Of Top Democrat) Reverses Order To End Voter Roll Clean-Up - ZeroHedge

Jan 01, 2021 |

As we detailed previously , U.S. District Judge Leslie Abrams Gardner attracted considerable criticism when she declined to recuse herself from a challenge over voter eligibility. Gardner is the sister of Stacey Abrams who has led the effort to register voters in the state.

Former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams speaks during a conversation about criminal justice reform at the New York Public Library in New York City on April 10, 2019. (Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

Many felt it was inappropriate for Gardner to rule on the case, a concern that was magnified by her quick rejection of a purging of the rolls of roughly 4000 inactive voters .

Now, as Jonathan Turley details below , it appears that Gardner has not recused herself but did reverse herself . A new order has been issued, upholding the purge in the face of an appeal.

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger took issue with the original order as fundamentally wrong as to the applicable Georgia election laws.

The new order is a substantial rollback on the original order and the change was praised by Raffensperger's office.

It will allow the requirement of provisional ballots from those voters. Gardner however directs that no challenges to their eligibility be upheld based exclusively on data in the National Change of Address Registry, which Democrats have challenged as unreliable.

At a time of heightened tensions over election integrity, Gardner's decision not to recuse herself fueled further uncertainty.

Stacey Abrams' organization Fair Fight donated $2.5 million to Senate Majority PAC.



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That is the group which used Majority Forward as its nonprofit arm, and the donation was the largest to Senate Majority PAC since the November election.

So Gardner is ruling on an issue closely associated with her sister and originally ruled in favor of the group which lists her sister's organization as its largest contributor.

At a minimum, that creates an appearance of a conflict.

I can understand Judge Gardner's view that there is no real conflict. These two very successful women continue to work in the same state. Judge Gardner may have been concerned that a recusal would encourage endless such challenges over tangential links to her sister's work.

Yet, she could have recused while stressing that this is a unique time and a unique set of circumstances. A recusal could have been simply a recognition of the court that her familial tie could undermine confidence in the review. 33,584
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JamesJOMeara 8 hours ago

Judge rules blah blah blah, who fracking cares? One result of 2020 not much noticed is the complete and total loss of legitimacy by the judiciary. There have always been corrupt or just dumb judges, but the clown car of post-2016 "decisions" and "rulings" has render the judiciary completely lacking in all authority or even respect. Every decision or refusal to decide at all (more common now, as they think, like Pilate, that it absolves them of guilt) has been clearly political; all predictable once you know their party affiliation. District Judges in Bumfuk Hawaii or Arkansas overrule the President at will; the treatment of Michel Flynn -- the judge insisting on rendering a "decision" even when the Justice Department dropped the case, like the Red Queen -- etc. etc. American Jurisprudence has been boiled down to pure Leninism: who/whom. Makes things simple, especially for the courts, but renders them of as little interest to Americans as an election in Mali or the goal of "Greater Serbia".

[Dec 29, 2020] 99.99% Accuracy Rate -- Raffensperger Says Signature Match Audit Found No Evidence of Voter Fraud in Cobb County - Only 2 Out

Dec 29, 2020 |

Independent monitors were barred from the audit.

No other election has seen such perfect signature matches.

Who actually believes that there is a 99.99% accuracy rate in performing correct signature verification procedures in Cobb County?

Georgia has 460,000 absentee ballots still missing chain of custody documentation required by law – and surprise, surprise, most absentee ballots went to Joe Biden.

Mark Richardson 3 hours ago ,

Verified with human eyes and observers?
I think not.

kendar667 Mark Richardson 3 hours ago ,

Yeah this is complete garbage. Nothing is 99.99% accurate if humans are involved. The number is a slap in the face, basically saying to the voters "yeah so what are you gonna do about it?" I've got a few ideas...

Philo-Identitas 🗹Identitarian Michael (yep, another one) 2 hours ago ,

If this fight against election theft is destined to be successful, then it's imperative to understand that the fight is ultimately against the political establishment and the current power structures of our nation.

As can be seen right here with this article, the GOP is also part of the above-mentioned. Those who insist that the "RINOs" are the problem seemingly have yet to understand that a solid Congressperson is the exception rather than the rule. The political establishment and political power structures have established a strong political filter that ensures only a small number of elected representatives that are actually America First manage to get elected.

The GOP backstabbing DJT is not a new occurrence. Back in 2016, both the highest ranked elected GOP office holder (Ryan) and the highest ranking RNC official (Priebus) reneged on endorsing nominee DJT.

Attempting to negotiate with the same elements that brought us the status quo of today is a losing endeavor. The time is now to revolt.

Jon Philo-Identitas 🗹Identitarian 2 hours ago ,

I'm sure Jordan Fuchs helped out with this "signature match audit". Complete BS.

Donald J Tromp Crystallite an hour ago ,

When Fulton County finished counting they held a press conference. There was an older black male (don't know who it was) that came to the microphone and said, "I'm proud that Fulton County was able to have such an effect on the outcome of the election". When I heard him say it live, I thought WTF was that? Was that a Freudian slip? It was bizarre!

Kountry Bumpkin Crystallite an hour ago ,

Exactly, Fulton Co. is where they pulled suitcases full of ballots from under the table and ran the same stacks of ballots through the machines 3 times. This proves nothing, it certainly doesn't prove there wasn't any cheating in Fulton Co. because we've all seen video proving otherwise.

Tom Davis Jon 2 hours ago ,

Do remember, they audited the country NOT run by BLM Kleptocrat-Thugs.

But since "who voted" is public information (vs who they voted for), why not Release The Images of the Signatures - information WE The People Own?

Why not release the separate Ballot-Images (not ID'd by voter), so we can also check those for fraud. These are also public information WE Own.

Abel Washington Philo-Identitas 🗹Identitarian 2 hours ago ,

Raffesburger was matching ballot signatures with illegal ballot request signatures, instead of matching them to actual voter registrations on file.

Deplorable D Abel Washington an hour ago • edited ,

Cobb County is not where the fraud was. No one has even alleged fraud there. This was a dog and pony show.

Biden beat Obama in only 4 counties. These are the counties being contested. None of the audits in PA, GA, WI, or MI have been in the contested counties. This one included.

kendar667 Michael (yep, another one) 2 hours ago ,

Lol touche. This is a total insult by a corrupt and arrogant apparatchik. Jeez, at least make the number semi-believable like 97% or even 98%. By going with four nines he is sending a message.

dalmudi kendar667 3 hours ago ,

I'd like to see a count of the signed envelopes v. a count of the absentee ballots.

Kulakhan dalmudi 3 hours ago ,

Also against voter rolls.

[Dec 21, 2020] Appeals Court Rejects Lawsuit Seeking Stronger Signature-Matching In Georgia Senate Runoffs

"Standing" is a convenient legal doctrine courts use to dismiss cases they don't want to hear.
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Strawboss 9 hours ago

So the Republicans sued the wrong party...

They sued the Sec. of State instead of the registrar - as the statute apparently clearly states.

1st semester law student probably wouldn't make this mistake.

In politics - nothing happens by accident. Everything is deliberate.

They deliberately sued the wrong party. Asking why at this point is superfluous...

Logical thinking...

Black Dog 32 7 hours ago

" A three-judge panel ruled Sunday the plaintiffs did not sufficiently allege an injury that can be addressed to establish standing. "

Hell of a game played. Can't sufficiently allege injury prior, during or after.

Big Beauregard 8 hours ago

Hawaii got standing on one of the refugee orders even though they didn't receive any of those refugees, as did some other states in some other immigration cases where they weren't even "harmed". Yet all of these cases are kicked for standing, and not the merits. At least in a banana repubic, the bananas are cheap.

NoPension 9 hours ago

Doesn't matter who they sue, or what they ask. These corrupt courts and judges ( corrupt or scared to death)...will conjure up some legalize to toss it.

I agree...corruption and domestic terror has forked the system. Rain hell on earth, mr President. Pull it. Pull it, and throw it. Let the chips fall...but at least let us go down fighting, or give us a chance to fight for what is being stolen.

JonSnow 8 hours ago

I'm in Georgia, looking forward to recalling these criminals asap. The arrogant a**holes are running rear guard for the thieving Democrats. Most of GA is red, but a few counties have stolen the election in FULL view of the people. This won't end well.

Cautiously Pessimistic 7 hours ago

Kemp and Raffensperger better dare not run again. Those two pusssies need to slink away as soon as they get a chance and never show their faces again in politics.

Black Dog 32 7 hours ago

How about being thrown in Gitmo?

Jerky Miester 7 hours ago (Edited)

Georgia here too. These phookers are going to get away with it unfortunately. I've signed numerous recall petitions but the damage is done. The senate races are lost as well. Aunt Jemima did a hell of a job with voter registration even getting every stray dog to go vote. All I got to say is if you're a Georgia Republican candidate, you can blow a bag of dicks

US Banana Republic 5 hours ago

"A district court found the p laintiffs lacked standing, prompting an appeal to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit."

They ARE the candidates that stand to lose if a lot of illegal votes are cast because signatures were not properly checked. And yet they lack standing? How much damned STANDING you you need to HAVE?

numapepi 4 hours ago remove link

They lack standing because they haven't suffered an injury yet. After they will lack standing because of Laches... they didn't file soon enough.

BinAnunnaki 7 hours ago

It's over. 1.3 million early votes cast already. Almost as much as Nov. 3. No sig match. Expect more chicanery in Atlanta. In a Deep South state get ready for an Amish senator and a hate whitey Nubian reverend.

Republicans are over matched in cheating. Never has the a grand Old Party been so feckless, rudderless and clueless. The Liberals own it all.

Take your Vax. Apologize for your whiteness. Accept the Great Reset.

Xena fobe 7 hours ago (Edited) remove link

Citizens in every county need to file suit for impounding and analysis of voting machines and ballots. Overwhelm the courts. Bug the local GOP for help.

At least we would find out who the corrupt judges are.

[Dec 17, 2020] Signature Match Audit Finally Ordered In Georgia... But Not Where Late-Night 'Ballot Suitcases' Made Headlines - ZeroHedge

Dec 17, 2020 |

Exactly 20 days after Georgia Governor Brian Kemp called for (but didn't order) a statewide signature audit in the wake of CCTV footage of Atlanta poll workers producing suspicious ballots from under a table once election monitors had left , Secretary of State Ben Raffensperger has finally ordered a signature match audit - in the next county over .

In a Monday announcement, Raffensperger said that investigators will audit voter signatures on absentee ballot envelopes in Cobb County, a suburb of Atlanta that voted 56.3% for Biden vs. neighboring (Atlanta's) Fulton County at 72.6%.

Which, to state the obvious, begs the question as to why Raffensperger didn't order the audit where the suspicious late-night ballots were caught on tape? And why didn't Raffensperger order a signature match audit sooner?

"Now that the signature matching has been attacked, again and again with no evidence, I feel we need to take steps to restore confidence in our elections," said Raffensperger during a press conference at the state Capitol. "Starting immediately, we are pulling all of our resources together with GBI to conduct a signature match audit in Cobb County."

There it is - to restore confidence, by waiting nearly six weeks after multiple sworn affidavits that fraud occurred were followed by a damning video of election workers wheeling ballots out for a late-night count, putting Biden in the lead. Let's also not forget that Fulton County election officials lied about a ' burst pipe ' in order to evacuate poll watchers for around 90 minutes on Election night .

The signature audit is scheduled to be completed in two weeks. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation and the secretary of state's office will review a statistically significant sample of absentee ballot envelopes from both the primary and general election in Cobb County. Signatures on envelopes will be compared to signatures from when voters registered, either at driver's license offices or on paper forms.


Cobb Election Director Janine Eveler said her office will assist with the audit, but it's awaiting a court order before gathering the necessary materials.

Eveler said the complaint referenced by Raffensperger came from the June primary. - AJC

"I'm confident any audit would find our office followed procedures and only counted ballots that were processed correctly," said Eveler, adding "Even though our resources are already stretched thin by advance voting and preparations for the Jan. 5 runoff , we will help this process move as expeditiously as possible."

In response to the signature audit, Georgia GOP runoff candidate Sen. Kelly Loeffler finally found her voice after weeks of silence on Trump's election challenges - saying it doesn't go far enough .

"That's a start. Only 158 counties left to go," said Loeffler spokesman, Stephen Lawson," adding " Full audit or it didn't happen. "

Gov Kemp, meanwhile, parroted Raffensperger's statement, saying "People want to have confidence in the election. That's why I felt like it would be good to do a signature audit just to bring people peace of mind."

In short, we expect signatures to match and the establishment to tout the results of this 'restoration of confidence,' while Loeffler scores a few brownie points with Trump supporters for having piped up.

[Dec 11, 2020] GEORGIA EXCLUSIVE- Election Official Gabriel Sterling Admitted Hiring Counters from the far-left ACLU

Dec 11, 2020 |

Georgia Election Official Gabe Sterling admitted earlier this year that he was targeting hiring the ACLU to help count votes in the 2020 Presidential election. The ACLU did more than that – is this connected to Gabe Sterling?

On November 26 we uncovered a video of Gabe Sterling discussing the 2020 election earlier in the year. He took credit for the ballot drop boxes and for recommending the hiring of individuals from the ACLU to help with the vote counting in Georgia during the election:

[Dec 11, 2020] BREAKING EXCLUSIVE- Thousands of Ballots in Georgia Were Likely 'Cured' Illegally, Ralph Jones Sr. Probably Knows Who Was Inv

Dec 11, 2020 |

BREAKING EXCLUSIVE: Thousands of Ballots in Georgia Were Likely 'Cured' Illegally, Ralph Jones Sr. Probably Knows Who Was Involved By Joe Hoft
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Thousands of ballots that were 'cured' in Georgia, likely they were 'cured' illegally.

We reported back on November 9th that numerous Democrat-led 'non-profits' were connected to likely illegal absentee ballot harvesting in Georgia after the 2020 election.

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In our article we reported that a totally under-the-radar and likely illegal Democratic absentee ballot-harvesting type of an operation was quietly executed in Georgia after Election Day, which may have secretly added just enough Democratic votes to tip the scales in this swing state against Republican President Donald Trump and for Joe Biden.

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The deadline for receipt of absentee ballots in Georgia , per Georgia election law, is "no later than close of the polls on Election Day Ballots received after the polls close cannot be counted," this per the Georgia Secretary of State Election Division's Absentee Voting A Guide for Registered Voter s. This deadline was affirmed by an October 2 federal appeals court ruling, which stayed a lower court ruling from August 31, stemming from a lawsuit brought by leftist nonprofit the New Georgia Project (NGP), founded by Georgia Democrat activist and failed gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams. NGP's lawsuit prevailed in extending the Georgia mail-in ballot receipt deadline for three additional days. However, on appeal, brought by the state of Georgia, Georgia election law held firm , with the higher court decisively re-establishing the deadline in 2020 as November 3, at the close of the polls.

[Dec 10, 2020] Federalist's Hemmingway- Georgia Video Not Debunked by Brian Trusdell

Dec 07, 2020 |

The Federalist's senior editor Mollie Hemingway is ridiculing several news outlets that claim Republican accusations of questionable behavior by Fulton County election officials at State Farm Arena, purportedly caught on video, had been debunked, rebutting the reports with affidavits and even other news reports.

Hemingway, 46, the author of "Justice on Trial," about the Senate hearings of Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court, dismissed a report by "Lead Stories" and then The Washington Post, Newsweek, and others, which appeared to anoint government officials as the sole arbiters of whether anything nefarious occurred.

At issue: a video that purportedly showed a handful of election workers telling observers and other ballot counters to leave State Farm Arena in the evening because of burst water pipe. Once the room was cleared, the remaining election officials uncovered suitcase-like containers from under draped tables -- containers alleged to contain thousands of ballots that were then processed without the observers on hand.

Lead Stories , The Washington Post , and others quoted election officials as saying no one was asked to leave and characterizing the activity as normal.

[Dec 10, 2020] Fulton County officials illegally accepted more than $6 million in private grants that imposed conditions on the conduct of elections without authority from the state legislature

Dec 10, 2020 |


Yog Soggoth 38 minutes ago

"Fulton County officials illegally accepted more than $6 million in private grants that imposed conditions on the conduct of elections without authority from the state legislature." Follow the private grants to the election interference.

snowshooze 28 minutes ago

And so I read thay purchased ballot counters?

Waitaminute... you can't bring your own gear into an election...

Rich Stoehner 1 hour ago

Kamika Harris will smooth it out.

[Dec 06, 2020] This Needs Answers -- CCTV Video Of Georgia Poll Workers Sparks Election Fraud Outrage

Dec 06, 2020 |

Disturbing election night footage has emerged showing Georgia poll workers waiting for observers and news outlets to leave State Farm Arena in Atlanta after calling an end to counting for the night, before pulling out several large suitcases containing ballots from under a table.

The footage, presented by an attorney working with Republicans during a Thursday state Senate hearing, is perhaps the strongest direct evidence of potential fraud, and demands serious inquiry. In it, a handful of poll workers can clearly be seen staying behind after GOP observers say they were told to clear out . After the media packs up their belongings, the workers can be seen pulling out the suitcases and opening them at approximately 11 p.m.

Of note, earlier in the day, counting was paused for approximately 90 minutes due to what officials blamed on a 'water main break' - which turned out to be a lie, and was in fact a 'slow leak,' according to .

Here are two segments of the clip, which we recommend watching on full screen (as well as watching the full video):

First, watch the media in the lower-right quadrant at the long table at 10:40 p.m.

Second, watch what happens roughly 20 minutes later:

And so we ask; if this isn't election fraud, what is it? We're sure Snopes will say they were having a midnight snack, but people have questions.

[Dec 05, 2020] A widespread but poorly executed plot

Dec 05, 2020 |

We watched the quadripartite building security camera show last night on several TeeVee news shows. You know, the one in which the poll workers shoo the GOP poll watchers and press out of the big counting room at the Farm State Arena and then pull suit cases of something out from under a table and get to counting.

Several interesting things about this; 1. They all seem to have been pre-briefed and are acting as a team, 2. They seem oblivious of the permanent security cameras in the room, 3. The GOP somehow obtained these tapes. Outraged security guard maybe?

The governator of Georgia, a one time Trumpista, now says that maybe, maybe something bad happened in that room, maybe. And maybe, maybe, there should be an audit.

It seems to be the case that a lot of effective skullduggery happened in quite a few states in this election, but it was poorly and clumsily done. A lot of it was more or less in plain sight if one had eyes to see. Truck drivers were tasked to haul pallets of Biden ballots from place to place. Biden ballots were run through counting machines ten times. Remarkable! Magic computer networks!

This sounds to me to be something like a plot cooked up by a group of self important but not too clever Ivy grads sitting around at somewhere like ... Brooklyn?

"We could do this" one cries out! "We could make it happen!"

So, the concept was great, but the execution was piss poor (army talk). This may bite them in the ass yet. (more army talk) pl

EEngineer , 04 December 2020 at 12:41 PM

A link to an article with the videos themselves because anyone you forward this post to that only watches CNN will have never seen it:

JohninMK , 04 December 2020 at 12:46 PM

The arena is owned by the Atlanta Fulton County Recreation Authority whose parent seems to be Atlanta City Council. However whilst they own it the site is operated by the Atlanta Hawks NBA team. This would likely make the security control center for the site in the Hawks' hands. No doubt if it had been staffed with council staff this video would have been wiped as many others probably were around the country.

Maybe the videoed team, which I thought, like you wrote Colonel, were well trained, knew their tasks and were operating very well, saw the cameras and assumed that, as they were in an ACC property, another team had them under control. Little did they know.

Per/Norway , 04 December 2020 at 02:35 PM

"What's Up, Ruby? BREAKING: Crooked Operative Filmed Pulling Out Suitcases of Ballots in Georgia IS IDENTIFIED"

Where are the federal law enforcement agencies, why is this woman and her companions not arrested?

blue peacock , 04 December 2020 at 02:50 PM

The real question is if any state legislature or the courts will take action on these allegations? The clock is ticking with December 14th as the date for certifying electors.

Barbara Ann , 04 December 2020 at 04:24 PM

blue peacock

Seems to me the real question is what action Trump may take in such an eventuality. His speech on Wednesday made it pretty clear he considers this an existential issue for the Republic. If this is your thinking do you let judicial inertia stand in your way? Does Trump have a reputation for being rules-bound?

Also, I came across an interesting article on Constitutional whatiffery which is looking increasingly prescient. It covers the eventuality of the vote being contested beyond the safe harbor date - section entitled "The Electoral Count":

[Dec 05, 2020] So far the best collection links of Georgia certification challenge I could find

Dec 05, 2020 |

enigma , Dec 3 2020 19:23 utc | 26

Dedicated to music lovers around with Georgia on my mind .

So far the best link collection I found. Yes not so easy to read "legalese", but hearings are more easy to understand.

Let's see if I can copy this, yes works:
Otherwise, I would like to offer you one link only. Ok maybe two?

Hearing, poor judge, watch Kraken Powell::

In case you haven't looked into "Georgia on my mind".#

So far the best collection link I could find.


Ok strictly in the larger context a judgment by judge Amy Totenberg, may be of interest:
I don't have the link to the decision at hand, but at the end of her 146-page long decision she admonished the admin to make sure, ironically enough, to make sure the case wouldn't fall on the court's doorsteps again.

At that point no doubt time was running out. But the admin nevertheless didn't make sure the system was hardened and hired a couple of pen-testers or white hats to at least test it? ....

Now that's the kind of information that is censored in some intel expert innocent blogs

[Dec 01, 2020] On Sunday night, U.S. District Judge Timothy Batten, a George W. Bush appointee, ordered Kemp and Raffensperger to explain why they opposed the Trump campaign's request to inspect voting machines

Dec 01, 2020 |

On Sunday night, U.S. District Judge Timothy Batten, a George W. Bush appointee, ordered Kemp and Raffensperger to explain why they opposed the Trump campaign's request to inspect voting machines the president's team claims may have been rigged in favor of Biden. The two were given until Wednesday to file a response. The judge also ordered officials not to erase or alter any data pertaining to the election on the voting machines in Cobb, Gwinnett, and Cherokee counties.

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