Fool me once, shame on you.
The RNC is putting it’s foot down and nipping election fraud in the bud, ahead of the runoff elections in Georgia, this January.
This means they will have heightened security, poll watchers, and other safeguards in place to prevent known forms of Left-Wing trickery pulled by swamp lords in the Democratic party.
Trickery like the voodoo magic democrats must be using, to bring the voting age dead back to life.
Check it out:
OANN did not dissapoint with the details:
The GOP has filed a lawsuit in Georgia to ensure that election law is properly followed in the January runoff election. The suit was filed on Tuesday and includes allowing proper access for poll-watchers as well as creating greater restrictions, including ballot box surveillance.
The RNC stated they believe if nothing is done then serious problems, like those present in the presidential election, will reoccur in the Georgia runoff race.
During the November election, Republican poll-watchers were often not close enough to observe the counting of the votes or weren’t allowed in the building at all. This made it difficult to ensure an unbiased count of the vote.
Additionally, Republicans in Georgia, along with other states, have called the unilateral expansion of absentee ballot infrastructure unconstitutional.
Stillness In The Storm had this to report:
The lawsuit demands that GOP poll watchers be granted access to precincts and that rules governing the use of drop boxes for absentee ballots be tightened, according to Fox News. The RNC wants changes made ahead of two runoff elections for the U.S. Senate that will decide party control of the chamber.
“The legal right of political party committees to appoint poll watchers to observe the process was abridged in numerous polling and tabulation locations during the November 3, 2020, general election and subsequent recount,” the lawsuit says.
“Upon information and belief, the same or substantially similar unlawful practices will resume in connection with the imminent January 5, 2021 runoff election,” it claims. Election officials are “statutorily required to ensure that county and municipal superintendents and registrars are properly and lawfully instructed on the rights of poll watchers and do not implement policies or procedures that impair their ability to fully and meaningfully observe the election process.”
The suit also alleges that Georgia did not abide by rules surrounding the security and surveillance of drop boxes.