Note A Joke: Georgia Secretary Of State ADMITS Voter Fraud Occurred & Demands Change After Certifying Results & Claiming There Was No Fraud
This is absolutely maddening.
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger joined Republicans on Wednesday in calling for an end to allowing all voters in the state to submit absentee ballots without reason because it causes voter fraud.
That’s right, the guy that screamed there was no voter fraud in the State of Georgia during the 2020 November election just admitted the state’s absentee ballot policy is causing voter fraud.
“The no-excuse system voted into law in 2005 — long before most of you, if not all of you, long before I was in the General Assembly — it makes no sense when we have three weeks of in-person early voting available,” Raffensberger said. “It opens the door to potential illegal voting, especially in light of the federal rules that deny us the ability to keep voter lists, registration files, clean.”
He just spent a month telling us there was no voter fraud.
From Fox News:
Raffensberger also noted that allowing everyone to vote via absentee ballot poses logistical difficulties.
In addition to changing the standard for who can vote absentee, Raffensberger also called to impose a voter ID requirement for absentee ballots instead of the current signature-matching system, which could be subjective.
The suggestions to improve election security came immediately after Raffensberger claimed most allegations of voter fraud during November’s election were invalid. He opened the hearing by saying that while “there are real, substantive questions,” but “the vast majority of claims we have seen online and in the media, and even discussed in the halls of the Capitol are simply unfounded.”
When asked why Raffensberger’s office wanted to eliminate no-excuse absentee voting, the secretary of state’s general counsel Ryan Germany explained, “It’s harder to provide confidence in that process.”