You can’t make this stuff up people…..
For those who don’t know, Gabriel Sterling, is an election official from Georgia, who seems to have a real passion for his hobby….bashing President Trump.
Sterling is one of the people who would definitely tell you “there is no evidence of voter fraud” “we conducted a safe election, with integrity in Georgia” “Biden won” etc etc.
Sterling now ADMITS that voter fraud occurred! He was even so kind as to provide all of us with a specific example.
Here is the kicker though:
This particular fraudulent ballot was cast using his own home address.
Take a look:
National File came through with the details:
Georgia election official – and noted Trump-basher – Gabriel Sterling made a statement this afternoon announcing his official challenge to the voter registration of a woman who admitted to fraudulently voting using his home address in the 2020 election.
Sterling is the Voting System Implementation Manager for the state of Georgia. He discovered the fraudulent voter registration when the Democrat-aligned get-out-the-vote organization Fair Fight Action sent a reminder to vote in her name to his home.
Fair Fight was founded by Stacey Abrams in 2018 to combat alleged voter suppression in Georgia, including against election security standards which many Democrats claim are unnecessary and racist.
Fox 5 Atlanta had even more:
ATLANTA - Just hundreds of steps from his office at the capital, Secretary of State Elections Manager Gabriel Sterling has a special delivery to make.
Sterling is here at the Fulton County Elections Division to file an election challenge.
"It would have been absolutely illegal voting if this wasn’t stopped," said Sterling.
The challenge took place after Sterling got a third-party election flyer at his Sandy Spring home reminding a voter named Meron Fissha to pick up the absentee ballot she requested and be sure to "Return it quickly to ensure your vote is counted."
There was one problem. Meron Fissha had sold her house to Gabriel Sterling in 2018 and moved to Maryland, according to Sterling’s election challenge.