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Check Out What Qualifies as a “Signature Match” in Georgia



What standards?

Apparently this is what qualifies as a signature match in Georgia.

Take a look below:

Are they serious?

They hardly look anything alike at all!

The signature on the left looks like a scribble.

And the signature on the right looks like it is in perfect cursive!

How could anyone in their right mind possibly believe that this is a qualified signature match?

How many more “signature matches” like this were counted in Georgia?

If ballots with clearly mis-matched signatures were discarded, would the tallies be the same?

Would Biden still have “won” the state of Georgia?

For some reason… we doubt it.

This piece of evidence was presented during the Georgia Senate hearing on election fraud.

The hearing took place on December 30, 2020.

See the moment this evidence was presented (timestamped to begin):

President Trump himself has even called for a signature audit in the state of Georgia!

Despite this, the Secretary of State said that no fraud has been found.

The most recent signature match audit in Georgia happened in Cobb County.

According to local WTOC 11 News:

A ballot signature match audit in Cobb County found “no fraudulent absentee ballots,” and confirmed the “original outcome” of the November 2020 presidential race, Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said in a Tuesday release.

Raffensperger said this audit came after a hand recount and then a subsequent machine recount requested by the Trump campaign.

“The secretary of state’s office has always been focused on calling balls and strikes in elections and, in this case, three strikes against the voter fraud claims and they’re out,” said Raffensperger. “We conducted a statewide hand recount that reaffirmed the initial tally, and a machine recount at the request of the Trump campaign that also reaffirmed the original tally. This audit disproves the only credible allegations the Trump campaign had against the strength of Georgia’s signature match processes.”

On Dec. 14, Raffensperger announced a signature match audit in Cobb County following credible allegations that the process was not followed in the June primaries. Raffensperger’s office partnered with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation to conduct the audit.

“Of the 150,431 absentee ballots received by Cobb County elections officials during the November elections, the audit ‘reviewed 15,118 ABM ballot oath envelopes from randomly selected boxes,’ or around 10% of the total,” the release states. “The sample size was originally chosen to meet the 99 percent confidence threshold.”

The audit found “no fraudulent absentee ballots” with a 99 percent confidence threshold, the release states.

The audit found that only two ballots should have been identified by Cobb County elections officials for cure notification that weren’t.

However, based on the evidence presented at the hearing, it’s hard to believe that there were no cases of mis-matched signatures.

This one example is so blatantly obvious that it really makes you wonder: how many more mis-matched signatures were given a “pass?”

If these challenges aren’t fixed, then the January 5 Senate races will be a DISASTER!

A judge is already seeking to LIMIT voter challenges in the runoff races.


Shouldn’t we want the most transparency and honesty?

Politico reports that the judge happens to be the sister of… you guessed it… Stacey Abrams:

A federal judge is seeking to craft an agreement that would prohibit voters in two Georgia counties from having their votes in the upcoming Senate runoff election disqualified based solely on postal change-of-address filings.

U.S. District Court Judge Leslie Abrams Gardner moved to broker the deal after a two-hour hearing Wednesday on a lawsuit filed last week by the Democratic group Majority Forward over an attempt to challenge more than 4,000 voters in Muscogee and Ben Hill counties right before the Jan. 5 election.

Some of the county officials who are defendants in the case have pressed Gardner to recuse herself from the case because she is the sister of former Rep. Stacey Abrams, the unsuccessful Democratic nominee for Georgia governor in 2018 who has since emerged as a major force to register new voters and to overhaul the state’s laws to rein in practices that she contends amounted to voter suppression.

Gardner shot down any discussion of the recusal matter at the start of the Wednesday hearing, when one of the defendants’ attorneys raised it, saying she would issue a fuller explanation later and didn’t intend to hash it out during the discussion on the substance of the lawsuit.

“This hearing is not about the motion to recuse,” said Gardner, an appointee of President Barack Obama.

Muscogee County officials formally moved for Gardner’s recusal on Monday. She indicated in a temporary restraining order on Monday halting the voter challenges that she did not think her recusal was warranted, but she has not yet issued a detailed explanation.

The judge’s role in the case has drawn national attention and criticism from top Republican Party voices.


“Stacey Abrams sister is the judge… nothing shady at all here,” President Donald Trump’s son Donald Trump Jr. wrote on Twitter on Wednesday morning. “If it were reversed the Democrats would be screaming for recusal etc. but the GOP won’t because they’re weak.”

Georgia’s Republican secretary of state, Brad Raffensperger, said financial ties between Abrams’ group and Majority Forward underscored the need for Gardner to recuse in the case.

“That a judge would rule on case brought by a group heavily funded by her sister is very concerning,” Raffensperger said in a statement on Tuesday.

Here’s the truth: signature audits will only work if we actually match the signatures.

If we aren’t making sure signatures match, then why require signatures at all?

If we want fair, free, and honest elections, we must make sure that the safeguards in place are actually implemented!


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