It’s all coming out isn’t it?
I recently wrote an article covering the 15 million missing, undelivered, and fraudulent ballots that were reported by The Public Interest Legal Foundation.
That same group found that there were roughly 83,000 missing or uncounted ballots in Wisconsin.
New reports are alleging that 43,000 ballots in DeKalb County Georgia violated Georgia election law in 2020 by failing to adhere to chain of custody laws and standards.
This is more than enough to overturn the results of Georgia’s election…..
Here is what we currently know:
BREAKING REPORT: 43,000 Georgia Ballots VIOLATED ELECTION LAW in 2020— GA'S STATE ELECTION BOARD indicated that the winners of the 2020 GA presidential and senatorial elections MAY HAVE BEEN INCORRECTLY CALLED if their findings prove to be substantiated.. -RSBN News
— Chuck Callesto (@ChuckCallesto) August 31, 2021
I told you there was a dead cat on the end of the line.
43,000 illegal ballots counted in DeKalb County.
Trump won Georgia! https://t.co/JFLsXeEXR4
— Vernon Jones For Governor (@RepVernonJones) August 30, 2021
Just The News points out:
More than 70% of the 61,731 absentee ballots put in drop boxes in the November 2020 presidential election in DeKalb County, Georgia, were counted and certified by officials, despite violating chain of custody requirements.
The chain of custody requirements are set forth in Georgia Emergency Rule 183-1-14-1.8-.14, put into effect by the Georgia State Election Board in July 2020.
43,000 mail-in ballots should have been thrown out from Big Tech drop boxes for violating chain of custody requirements
This alone is nearly 4 TIMES the supposed margin in Georgia — from just one county (and it's not Fulton)
— Liz Harrington (@realLizUSA) August 30, 2021
Over 43,000 absentee ballots in DeKalb County, Georgia were counted in the certified results of the 2020 presidential election, despite being illegally cast, according to the Georgia State Election Board. https://t.co/vpaU4ZJeLJ
— Ted Abram (@TedAbram1) August 31, 2021
The Georgia Star News had more:
That rule states absentee ballots placed in drop boxes, “shall be immediately transported to the county registrar” by the two person collection team, which is required to sign a ballot transfer form indicating the number of ballots picked up, the time the ballots were picked up, and the location of the drop box, and that, “The county registrar or a designee thereof shall sign the ballot transfer form upon receipt of the ballots from the collection team.”
The Georgia Star News obtained 725 absentee ballot drop box transfer forms used in the November 2020 election in DeKalb County to document the chain of custody of the 61,731 absentee ballots deposited in drop boxes from the DeKalb County law department in response to an open records request.
Those 725 absentee ballot drop box transfer forms can be viewed here.
Of the 61,731 absentee ballots DeKalb County recorded as being deposited into drop boxes during the November 2020 election, 46 percent – or 28,194 of the absentee ballots – were not documented as being received by the elections registrar or the director’s designee until the day after they were collected from the drop box.
The range in which absentee ballots were collected from drop boxes in DeKalb County and documented as received by the registrar the next day was between 13 and 22 hours, or nearly a full day later.
For another 26 percent, representing 15,713 absentee ballots collected from drop boxes during the November 2020 election, there was no receipt time recorded at all by the elections office, as is required by the July 2020 emergency election code rule.