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BREAKING: Georgia Election Board Is Going To REVIEW Fulton County, And May TAKE OVER ELECTIONS


Who could forget the stadium incident?

How could we also forget that 200,000 voters were quietly removed from the voter rolls? What about that time Georgia’s Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger suddenly changed his tune on election fraud?

Georgia is probably the best example of widespread voter fraud I can think of.

The constant stream of reports highlighting everything I just mentioned above and more are just too much to dismiss; unfortunately, I think Arizona’s audit is also taking attention away from Georgia.

Well, today Georgia is back in the spotlight with news of a potential takeover of Fulton County’s elections by Georgia’s Election Board if evidence of voter fraud is uncovered…..

Looks to me like the house of cards just came one step closer to crumbling, and it makes me wonder: is the crisis in Afghanistan a ploy to distract us from this?

The Maricopa County audit report is reportedly coming out in a few short days, and we currently see things heating up in Georgia again……keep that in mind over the next several weeks.

Here is the latest on Georgia’s election integrity:

Newsmax reports:

GOP lawmakers last month asked the state board to appoint a performance review panel to investigate Fulton County’s handling of elections. The requests initiated a process outlined in the state’s sweeping new election law that could allow the Republican-controlled state board to replace the county’s board of registration and elections with an administrator it chooses. 

The Republican lawmakers who asked for the review said they want to ensure that election officials in the county, which is home to about 11% of the state’s electorate, have been following state voting laws and regulations. Democrats and voting rights activists have said the new takeover provision could allow political interference in local elections.

Under the new law, lawmakers who represent a given county may request a review of local election officials. In Fulton County, that’s the county board of registration and elections.

Becker News had more:

“The review panel approved by the state board includes: Stephen Day, a Democratic appointee to the Gwinnett County election board; Ricky Kittle, a Republican appointee to the Catoosa County election board; and Ryan Germany, general counsel for the secretary of state’s office,” the AP noted.

“It is both my hope and expectation that the members of the review board who have been nominated today will take their jobs very seriously and will engage in the review with the singular goal in mind,” election board member Sara Tindall Ghazal said.


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