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GA SecState doesn't want paper ballots audited


Gateway PunditGeorgia’s corrupt Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger sent a request to the courts yesterday requesting that ballot images taken from the voting machines in Georgia be the only source of evidence to be used in an upcoming audit in Fulton County Georgia. Raffensperger doesn’t want the paper ballots reviewed.

The motion cited claims that Georgia law doesn't allow for public release of actual paper ballots, only ballot images. He may be right on that point, if you consider an audit to be a public release. But auditing only images makes it difficult to note actual problems with actual physical ballots that may not show up on scanned images -- like a lack of fold marks.

This is one of those things that could be completely above board, but Raffensperger has already violated whatever trust he was due via his earlier efforts at obstruction.

I'm betting if we get to look at the paper ballots, we find something interesting. Remember, we already have several sworn affidavits indicating at least some batches of those ballots appeared suspicious.

This entry was published Sun Apr 11 23:55:56 CDT 2021 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2021-04-11 23:55:56.0. [Tweet]

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