(Republican Insider) – An election official from Fulton County, Georgia recently admitted that chain of custody paperwork that is legally required according to state law is missing from the 2020 presidential election.
According to a report from Gateway Pundit, the current secretary of state for Georgia, Brad Raffensperger, is the individual who is completely and totally responsible for all of this.
And as if that information alone isn’t enough to raise suspicions, John Solomon, along with Just the News, recently reported that an audit of documents has revealed that there are more than 100 batches of absentee ballots are now missing in Fulton County.
Could this turn out to be the real reason that Fulton County officials have lawyered up with a criminal defense team?
“The 29-page report revealed that an election official was caught double-counting ballots at the State Farm Center in Atlanta, Georgia. This follows news first reported by The Gateway Pundit that election operative Ruby Freeman was also caught tripe counting stacks of votes late at night at the counting center after GOP observers were sent home,” the report says.
“The author of the 29-page November Fulton County report, Carter Jones, also released a 14 page report in January on the election irregularities in Fulton County Georgia,” the report adds.
“This 14 page document also details several instances of voter fraud and a complete breakdown of the system,” it continues.
If you take a look at the second page of the report, you’ll see that Jones describes the counting center as being in total chaos and lacking proper control. The chain of custody rules were ignored at the State Farm Center.
Keep in mind this was the largest ballot processing area in the whole state.
Back on December 4th, the Gateway Pundit published a report that contained a video of Ruby Freeman working alone in a private cube with trays of ballots, going right past open boxes of ballots, with no election observers anywhere to be found.
Of course, Twitter removed the tweet containing the video, but it can also be found on YouTube.
On her own page, Ruby goes on to brag about her “Shaye” being her supervisor. Apparently, from the footage in the video, Shaye and Ruby are pretty tight with each other. Check out a few posts from Ruby’s Facebook page.
The election workers were each given a private, secret cube. Ruby then goes to her desk and pulls out a tray of ballots and places them on her desk. No supervisor or GOP observer is anywhere in the area.
After that, Ruby leaves the ballots on her desk as she goes to take a break. Pretty shady, right?
Almost 24 percent of the ballots in the state of Georgia were missing chain of custody documentation. That’s a whole lot of ballots, folks. How can anyone look at all of this information and not see the obvious voter fraud?
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