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Lin Wood Teases Mysterious Video Alleging Fraud in Georgia

Could this be part of the Kraken?


Could this be part of the Kraken?

Lin Wood has teased a mysterious video purportedly from Georgia.

The video, according to Wood, is proof of voter fraud occurring in the state.

Wood also called out Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.

Here’s what Wood posted on Twitter:

Would someone ask my never-to-be friend Brad Raffensperger @GaSecofState if he has seen this tape of election fraud at State Farm Arena in Fulton Co., GA.

Several people have seen it. Many more will see it soon.

Video camera eye does not lie.

How do you spell Election Fraud?

Wood has yet to release the video to the public.

Could he be saving it for court?

Or is he waiting for a more opportune time?

More details below!

If the State Farm Arena was a site of voting fraud as Lin Wood appears to allege, then it is important that we get to the bottom of it.

Not only could this impact the 2020 presidential election, but it could impact the Senate run-off races in Georgia as well.

State Farm Arena is going to serve as an early-voting site for the Senate races, the NBA confirms:

Fulton County voters will once again have the opportunity to cast their ballot in world-class sports venues for the January 5 Runoff Election. For the first time, voters will have an opportunity to vote at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, in addition to State Farm Arena where more than 40,000 Fulton County voters have already cast their ballots this year.

For the December early voting period, the AMB Sports and Entertainment (AMBSE), parent company for the Atlanta Falcons, Atlanta United and Mercedes-Benz Stadium, and the Atlanta Hawks will partner with Fulton County to each host a portion of the early voting period for this historic election. Building on the success of the November 3 General Election, thousands of voters are expected to cast their ballots between the two venues in December.

With the NFL season already underway and the NBA season set begin in December, a unique partnership between the two venues allows them to jointly host early voting at State Farm Arena from December 14 – 19, then at Mercedes Benz Stadium from December 22 to 30. The transition between the two facilities will take place on December 21. No voting will take place on December 24 and 25.

Both venues offer the capacity to accommodate social distancing, allowing voters to safely vote in the midst of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Early voting operations will be staffed by both organizations working with Fulton County Registration & Elections.

“This partnership is a testament to the commitment of the leadership of our professional sports teams in Fulton County,” said Chairman Robb Pitts. “More than 40,000 voters cast their ballots at State Farm Arena…now our residents have a chance to visit another world-class facility right here in our community.”

“We are proud to continue our partnership with Fulton County and begin this new one with AMBSE as we continue to fulfill our mission to be a community asset by ensuring that all Fulton County residents can safely exercise their right to vote in a safe, efficient manner,” said Mr. Tony Ressler, Principal Owner of the Atlanta Hawks. “In these unprecedented times, the entire Hawks organization is dedicated to contributing to our community, and it is also important to all of us that we collaborate with other likeminded private sector organizations to build bridges with local and state government to support the needs of area residents.”

“We are thrilled to offer Mercedes-Benz Stadium as an early voting location for the Senate run-off election,” says Steve Cannon, CEO, AMB Sports and Entertainment. “Voter awareness and active participation have long been priorities for our organization, and we are thrilled to be able to offer our support and services to Georgia voters. We are grateful to the Hawks and State Farm Arena in partnering with us and we will ensure that Fulton County voters continue to have the best voting experience possible.”

If Lin Wood has evidence that something fraudulent happened at the arena, the American people deserve to know!

Distrust of the electoral process has grown ever since widespread accusations of fraud have blossomed across the nation.

Democrats and Joe Biden’s team have done nothing to restore trust in the process.

While Lin Wood has become a hero for many conservatives, establishment Republicans have already begun the backstabbing.

The National Review, which many claim is an “establishment” source, has published a piece labeling Lin Wood a conspiracy theorist lawyer:

Top Georgia Republicans are fighting to hold their coalition together in the lead-up to January’s runoff Senate elections after some prominent activists backing President Donald Trump have started raising their voices, publicly calling on voters to boycott the races.

Over the weekend, pro-Trump lawyer L. Lin Wood posted a series of tweets alleging that Republican senators Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue are “doing little or nothing” to support efforts to fix the presidential election that Wood believes is “unlawful.”

If Georgia voters want Loeffler and Perdue “out of their basements to demand that action must be taken,” Wood wrote, they should “threaten to withhold your votes & money.”

To maintain control of the U.S. Senate, Republicans need to win at least one of the two races pitting Loeffler and Perdue against Democrats Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff, respectively.

Wood, who has established a reputation as a fighter in the right wing’s culture wars, is not alone in his calls for pro-Trump voters to sit out the race.

Ali Alexander, a pro-Trump activist who has organized “Stop the Steal” protests around the country, including in Georgia with InfoWars host Alex Jones, shares Wood’s sentiments.

Alexander has repeatedly threatened to sabotage the Senate runoffs if the Georgia GOP doesn’t call a special legislative session to tighten voting rules ahead of the election — a position Gov. Brian Kemp and the state’s top Republicans have so far rejected.

Instead of bashing credible lawyer Lin Wood, perhaps Republicans should begin circling the wagons around President Trump.

We deserve to know the truth about what happened on November 3, 2020!


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