Fulton County GA emergency meeting to recertify election

UncoverDCFollowing the discovery of “discrepancies” and without knowing precise totals, the Fulton County Board of Registration and Elections (BRE) held an emergency meeting on Sunday, June 5, 2022, to recertify the results of the 2022 primary election. The impromptu session is cause for concern because the certification of election results is an official act, duty, and solemn responsibility. As expressed by Kevin Moncla, the decision to certify an election is one “that obviously and inherently requires command of the facts, understanding of the process, and due diligence to authenticate and reconcile the results—all impossible without having the exact numbers, much less no numbers at all.”

On Monday, June 6, citing procedures void of transparency, Kevin Moncla filed an official complaint against the BRE’s last-minute measures with the Georgia State Election Board, including Mr. Matt Mashburn, Dr. Jan Johnston, Mr. Edward Lindsey, Mrs. Sara Tindall Ghazal, and Mr. Brad Raffensperger. Requesting immediate attention from the Board, Moncla’s detailed claim asserts that the noticeable silence about the meeting, along with the “impromptu recertification of election results on a Sunday afternoon,” is simply unacceptable.

I can't help but notice that this emergency meeting to recertify took place shortly after a manual recount of results in DeKalb County GA overturned the results of that race and put the supposed third-place candidate (by machine count) as the winner (by hand count). Not to mention other suspicious statewide results.

EmeraldAccording to the local paper Decaturish: DeKalb County (GA) just released the results of a hand count in the District 2County Commission primary race — and the hand count revealed such massive discrepancies between the May 24th machine results and the June 1 hand count that it has flipped the race!

And that prompted VoterGA to call for more recounts. And so, all of a sudden, the people running the Fulton County election discover a convenient mistake and need to recertify their totals. Suspicious, much?

This entry was published Wed Jun 08 08:29:53 CDT 2022 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2022-06-08 08:29:53.0. [Tweet]

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