Georgia Secretary Of State Certifies Election Despite His Own Court Filing Exposing Possible Election Fraud
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger ran to the media for sanctuary, screaming Biden won and there was no “systemic election fraud.”
However, in a recent court filing, Raffensperger’s office admits Fulton County election officials continued to count after monitors left.
A report sent to the court from the Georgia Secretary of State Office claims that observers and the media were not asked to leave. “they simply left on their own when they saw one group of workers, whose job was only to open envelopes and who had completed that task, also leave.”
BREAKING: @GaSecofState’s office admits in a new court filing that counting did in fact continue in Fulton County late at night after monitors and media left (SoS claims no one told them to leave. Okz But votes were still counted without monitors). https://t.co/4l7y9eZuzC pic.twitter.com/pgCyqBKIQT
— Yossi Gestetner (@YossiGestetner) December 7, 2020
You may also remember that it was reported on election night that a pipe burst in the State Farm Arena which supposedly caused Fulton County to cease counting ballots at 10:30 pm. A pipe didn’t burst, it was one urinal that overflowed in an entire arena and that people simply left on their own.
The court filing report states after everyone “left on their own,” Fulton County officials “continued later in the night, [counting] those boxes” of ballots.
Raffensperger’s report does not mention Regina Waller, Fulton Counties Public Affairs Manager report to ABC News that counters at the State Farm Arena will go home at 10:30 pm.
They are such liars. MSM expects us to have short memories.
The fact that they were told the count ended at 10:30 & they told everyone to leave is well documented. Most of us remember being outraged by it that night. MSM thinks we are stupid. pic.twitter.com/1iu6JuYmku
— EC Does Not Vote Until 12/14 (@NephilimArc) December 7, 2020
On November third, it was reported that a pipe burst, and ballot counters were sent home at 10:30 pm by election officials. Raffensperger now claims it was just a urinal, people just left on their own and some kept counting.
The report admits Fulton County election officials never stopped counting and workers were not sent home because of a pipe burst. Below is a screenshot of the change in votes in Georgia overtime with time stamps.
Honestly, I cannot believe there were people pretending as if this didn’t happen for weeks. Here is the change in the vote in Georgia over time, with timestamps and estimated remaining vote.
— Rich “The People’s Pundit” Baris (@Peoples_Pundit) December 7, 2020