Could the timing just be a coincidence?
Biden may be going down pretty soon……the kinds of things coming out of Afghanistan right now are nothing short of shameful, and he is facing a lot of pressure to resign.
At roughly the same time we are seeing Ralph jones, the registration chief for Fulton County Georgia, resigning because he reportedly claims he was threatened.
Maybe Jones is an astute observer of human events and knew that the time to jump ship is now.
Maybe this has nothing to do with the political pressures calling for Biden’s to resignation, but more to do with the increasing evidence of widespread voter fraud in Georgia.
The saddest thing about all this is that I cant tell.
The web of lies and fraud that deep state talking heads and Democrats have spun over the last year is so tightly interwoven that I am not sure which scandal Jones may potentially be trying to escape.
Take a look at what people are saying:
— DogAndBone @Curious Cat (@Curiousityfirst) August 15, 2021
Fulton County Georgia Voter Registration Chief, Ralph Jones, Resigns After 12 Years Of Service.
He was one of the county officials onsite at the State Farm Arena on Election Night as [they] counted the ballots past midnight. 💥
[They] All Fall Down.#CrimesAgainstHumanity
— Trilby Smith (@TrilbySmith2) August 15, 2021
News of his resignation came via 11 Alive, a local NBC affiliate:
Fulton County’s registration chief, Ralph Jones, has resigned after more than 12 years of service, a county spokesperson confirmed.
Jones was one of the county officials onsite at State Farm Arena on Election Night, as the counting of ballots continued past midnight.
Those hours became a fixation of the Trump campaign’s efforts to discredit Fulton County’s handling of the election. In his position, Jones became a target of the former president’s supporters who sought to prove an Election Night conspiracy at the arena.
Ralph Jones has resigned …
— BronzeBell (@BronzeBell1) August 15, 2021
— Adam The Truth Teller (@ASBSmartBiz) August 15, 2021
In July, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, a Republican, called for Jones and his boss, Fulton County Election’s Director Rick Barron, to be fired.
“Fulton County’s continued failures have gone on long enough with no accountability,” Raffensperger said.
Jones and Barron did not respond to a request for comment.
Jones leaves the department after Republican state lawmakers began what could be a lengthy process to potentially take control of the Fulton County Board of Registration and Elections, which oversees the county’s elections and registration offices. Georgia’s new controversial election law, SB 202, makes the takeover possible.