Georgia Secretary of State Raffensperger Humiliated GOP Denies Request, His Career Is Over
Republican leadership inside Georgia is holding the line and they are fed up with some of the rhino elites in the party.
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is paying a heavy price for his behavior before and after the November 2020 national election.
First, Raffensperger change election rules after being lobbied by far-left voter activists which led to a mess after November third. Second, the Secretary of State’s office leaked private phone calls with then-President Trump and altered the quotes to make it appear Trump was trying to thwart the election. The major correction issued by the Washington Post exposed that Raffensperger’s office was involved in a disinformation campaign and leaked fake news to make Trump look bad.
Well, Raffensperger’s behavior has caught up with him after he requested to be a delegate for the Georgia Republican Party in his home county of Fulton.
Not one member of the party would even nominate him to be a potential delegate.
“We are sending a message that will be heard all around the state. Raffensperger has got to go” said one participant.
From the Georgia Republican Assembly:
Raffensperger‘s defeat comes as a shock given that Republican elected officials are often treated like royalty whenever they seek to be made a delegate to anything.
Raffensperger had sent a note requesting to be made a delegate but no one nominated him and he did not attend the caucus.
Turnout was very high at the caucus with 60-70% of participants being first time attendees.
Raffensperger is by no means out of the woods either.
As a result of the leaks manipulated by his office criminal investigations were started to try and trap then-President Trump. Investigators are now uncovering the actual phone calls discovering that Trump never said what he has been accused of. Those same investigations are by happenstance uncovering the nefarious activity of Raffensperger’s inner circle.
Additional, a judge in Georgia is putting a plan together to securely unseal and allow a third party audit the absentee ballots in Fulton County, Georgia.
Who knows what that investigation will uncover.
BREAKING: Brad Raffensperger sent a note requesting to be made a Georgia GOP delegate, but not one member was willing to nominate him https://t.co/1rNcxBLm58
— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) March 20, 2021