As a Georgian, I found what our cowardly governor and his merry band of RINO losers let happen in November through January to be utterly reprehensible. Voter fraud of some sort almost certainly took place in Fulton County, among other Georgia locals, yet no one in power did anything to stop it. The cowards sat idly by as Stacey Abrams and her thugs worked to steal the election.
But, despite that lack of interest from the powers that be, some brave Americans are still reporting on the potential voter fraud and trying to get to the bottom of what happened. Whether there was fraud or not, and I certainly think there was, Americans deserve to find out what really happened on the night after the election. Now that a judge has allowed the unsealing of Fulton County’s mail-in ballots, that finally might happen.
Here’s what Human Events reported about what’s going on in Georgia:
“Fulton County poll manager Suzi Voyles was sorting through a large stack of mail-in ballots last November when she noticed something odd: several ballots marked for Joe Biden were extremely similar.
One after another, the votes contained perfectly filled ovals for Biden. What’s more, each of the bubbles boasted an identical white void inside them in the shape of a tiny crescent, indicating they’d been marked with toner ink instead of a pen or pencil, per the Epoch Times.
Voyles also noticed that all of the ballots were printed on different paper than the others she’d counted and none were folded or creased, which is standard for mail-in ballots as they come from envelopes.
“All of them were strangely pristine,” Voyles said. She noted that she’d never seen anything like it in her 20 years monitoring elections in Fulton County.”
BPR adds that “As she went through the ballots she saw that a number of the ones cast for Joe Biden were strangely similar to each other right down to the ink and paper.”
So, not only did those discrepancies exist, but they were common across the pile of suspicious ballots that she was reviewing. If Voyles’ allegations are true, that might indicate that fake ballots were mass-produced by someone trying to install Slow Joe in the White House.
And it wasn’t just that “all of them were strangely pristine,” had been marked with a printer rather than a pen, and were printed on different paper than the other ballots. There’s more.
For one, 107 out of the 111 ballots that Voyles saw were for Biden, an improbable margin on victory.
She was (allegedly) fired for reporting her concerns.
Three other poll workers came forward with the same worries, noting the odd nature of some of the ballots.
Those poll workers have signed sworn affidavits attesting to what they saw; joining Voyles, they claimed in the affidavits that the ballots looked fake.
Then there’s the final, most conspiratorial piece of all this; a warehouse holding supposed evidence of voter fraud, five shrink-wrapped packages of ballots, was broken into. Here’s what RealClearInvestigations reported:
“As part of his May 21 order, Superior Court Judge Brian Amero requested officials guard the warehouse around the clock until an inspection date can be set. But just eight days later, a breach in security was reported after sheriff’s deputies left their post for a couple of hours.
“The front door was [found] unlocked and wide open in violation of the court order,” Favorito said.
County officials confirmed that a motion-detection alarm was triggered Saturday, May 29, shortly after the deputies drove away from the building in their patrol cars around 4 p.m. But they said a locked room where the ballots are kept “was never breached or compromised.”’
So, to summarize all of this, a group of four poll workers in GA expressed concerns about the mail-in ballots they were counting because (allegedly) “all of them were strangely pristine,” didn’t have envelope creases, were printed on different paper than is common for mail-in ballots, and looked to be filled in with printer ink rather than a pen. One of them was fired for reporting her concerns, all four signed sworn affidavits confirming their allegations. Then, when a judge ordered that the ballots be unsealed and examined, a warehouse holding what would be substantial evidence was broken into.
With a court date coming up on June 21st, hopefully we’ll soon find out what’s going on in GA.