132,000 ineligible votes in GA due to change of address flags

Gateway PunditHuge news tonight. There are reportedly 132,000 change of address flags in Fulton County, Georgia ballots. These ballots are likely ineligible.

Kyle Becker and People’s Pundit on Twitter announced moments ago that 132,000 ballots in Fulton Country Georgia are likely ineligible.

When you file a change of address, that record can be matched against the voter registration list in the state you are leaving, and used to clean the list so you can't vote in both your new state and your old state.

Of course, for whatever reason, those lists often aren't actually cleaned, because those out of state voters are great for filing fake ballots.

Of course, if you actually audit the results of the election carefully, this can be detected.

Since ballots are generally anonymous once cast, this may be hard to adjudicate, but 132,000 ballots is easily enough to swing the current 10K difference between the candidates.

This entry was published Tue Nov 10 13:13:44 CST 2020 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2020-11-10 13:13:44.0. [Tweet]

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