What else is Raffensperger hiding in the dark?
He was less than honest about President Trump, and he secretly recorded him, which is illegal in many, many places.
This guy is clearly scheming 24/7.
Who records people on the phone without their consent? Who even thinks to do that?
Could it be that Raffensperger has an agenda? Could this agenda be funded by the kindness and graces of some 503C non-profit organization somewhere?
Read on and decide for yourself:
The Washington Examiner reported:
Former Georgia state Rep. Vernon Jones called on Georgia’s secretary of state to resign following the media misquoting former President Donald Trump’s phone call with a top state investigator about alleged election fraud.
“It has now been uncovered that the Georgia Secretary of State’s released a deceptively edited recording of the President, in attempt to embarrass him and mislead the public. He should resign immediately,” Jones tweeted Monday of Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. “Georgians deserve better.”
Reports circulated in January that on a Dec. 23 phone call, Trump told Frances Watson, Georgia's chief investigator of the secretary of state's office, to "find the fraud," and if she did, she would be a "national hero." Media outlets, such as the Washington Post, were forced to issue corrections after the Wall Street Journal published audio of the call Thursday, which contained no such quotes.
The Hill had more:
The Washington Post has added a lengthy correction to a bombshell report from early January that had said then-President Trump told Georgia's top elections investigator during a phone call to "find the fraud" and that they would be "a national hero" if they did so.
"Two months after publication of this story, the Georgia secretary of state released an audio recording of President Donald Trump’s December phone call with the state’s top elections investigator. The recording revealed that The Post misquoted Trump’s comments on the call, based on information provided by a source," the Post said Thursday in a 129-word correction published atop the story.
"Trump did not tell the investigator to 'find the fraud' or say she would be 'a national hero' if she did so. Instead, Trump urged the investigator to scrutinize ballots in Fulton County, Ga., asserting she would find 'dishonesty' there. He also told her that she had 'the most important job in the country right now.'"