Today was a big day.
Whether it be the resignation of Attorney General William Barr
Or the forensic report on Dominion voting terminals, in which Allied Security concluded, that the machines were built to create systemic election fraud from the ground up, evidence is mounting.
And tensions are escalating.
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, has called for a signature audit in Cobb County GA, amid growing concerns over the validity of the 2020 election, and all processes surrounding it.
The audit may even expand to the entirety of the state.
Take a look:
The Daily Wire reported on the recent developments:
Georgia is conducting a signature audit of votes in Cobb County and may expand the audit statewide, the secretary of state’s office announced on Monday.
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger ordered the audit in Cobb County on Monday over concerns that the signature matching process followed when votes were first counted was not conducted properly in the county, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Raffensperger said he may expand the audit statewide but prioritized Cobb County because of the specific complaint against Cobb County.
“I feel we need to take steps to restore confidence in our elections,” Raffensperger said during a press conference, according to the Journal-Constitution. “Starting immediately, we are pulling all of our resources together with GBI to conduct a signature match audit in Cobb County.”
The audit will cover a statistically significant number of ballots from both the primary and general election.
The Washington Times also reported:
“Now that the signature matching has been attacked again and again with no evidence, I feel we need to take steps to restore confidence in our elections,” Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said during a news conference as he announced the audit that will focus on Cobb County in suburban Atlanta.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is to help with that audit, which is expected to be completed in two weeks, Raffensperger said. He added that his office is working with a university on a third-party signature match statewide audit study, a step he said is supported by the governor and state House speaker.
“The Trump campaign claimed that Cobb County did not properly conduct signature match in June,” Deputy Secretary of State Jordan Fuchs said. “After the countywide audit, we will look at the entire state. We will look at the entire election to make sure signature match was executed properly.”
Now make no mistake, the signature audit NEEDS to be done. it is certainly a step in the right direction.
But let's examine Brad Raffensperger's words reported in the washington times, is this the voice of a man looking to rectify the situation? or simply to save face?
If the problem turns out to be far deeper, and more systemic, which according to Allied Systems it is, then perhaps a signature audit is only the beginning .