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New Trump Letter to Raffensperger: “Start the Process of Decertifying the Election”


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A new letter from President Trump to Georgia Secretary of State Raffensperger has been revealed.

In the letter, President Trump pointed out the alleged fraud in DeKalb County.

Approximately 43,000 ballots should be marked invalid.

Why?

Because they violated Chain of Custody rules.

This isn’t a conspiracy theory.

This is a claim that can easily be fact-checked or debunked.

How?

Simply investigate the alleged ballots and determine whether or not Chain of Custody was violated.

If it was, these ballots MUST be tossed out!

It is the law.

And if that is the case, then Georgia must “start the process of decertifying the election.”

See president Trump’s letter to Raffensperger below:

Keep in mind that Biden allegedly “won” Georgia by 11,000 votes.

If these 43,000 illegal ballots are tossed out, then Trump should easily win!

Remember:

Trump is NOT trying to toss out Biden votes.

He is trying to toss out ILLEGAL votes.

It just so happens that most of the illegal votes happen to be for Biden.

Funny how that works, eh?

Just the News confirms that 43,000 absentee ballots in DeKalb County DID violate Chain of Custody rules:

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 exact number of ballots was 43,907, according to the Georgia State News. The ballots were counted and certified by county and state officials, the news outlet says.

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.

The rule states absentee ballots placed in drop boxes “shall be immediately transported to the county registrar” by the two-person collection team. The team 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.

The rule also states 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 from the DeKalb County law department 725 absentee ballot dropbox transfer forms used in the election in the county to document the chain of custody of the 61,731 absentee ballots, in response to an open records request.

Efforts to de-certify the election in Georgia are growing after major updates coming out of Arizona.

It has been confirmed that the Maricopa audit results will be delivered to the Senate on Friday, September 24.

Many Arizona Senators are already calling for the decertification of the 2020 election.

If Arizona begins the process, will Georgia be the next domino to fall?

Senator Wendy Rogers in Arizona appears to be leading the charge.

She says there is enough evidence to decertify the election in Arizona.

According to Communities Digital News:

Senator Wendy Rogers of Arizona was recently interviewed on the ‘War Room’ with Owen Shroyer. She said the news about the results of the Arizona audit will break this month. Meaning that the canvass of the Arizona Audit is now concluded. Some 32% of those canvassed said they did vote but their vote didn’t show up. The margin of errors discovered in the canvass was higher than Joe Biden’s margin of victory.

This is highly unusual and suspect.

Senator Rogers is a most remarkable and accomplished woman and should be taken seriously. She comes from a long line of Army officers. In 1976 Lt. Col. Wendy Rogers was commissioned as a 5th-generation military officer into the Air Force from Michigan State University. With her bachelor’s degree and then master’s degree from the University of Alabama in Clinical Social Work, she began her career treating patients in the Air Force mental health clinic.

In 1981, Rogers became one of the first 100 women pilots in today’s Air Force. She earned her wings at Williams AFB in Arizona. Following Air Force jet training, Rogers piloted the C-141 transport jet for several years. She then served as a flight instructor of cadets at the US Air Force Academy.

In the latter half of Wendy’s 20-year Air Force career, Rogers piloted Air Force C-21 Learjets.

Senator Rogers explained that Covid-19 ravaged key members of their audit team delaying the release of the Arizona Audit results. Rogers saying of the 2.1 million ballots audited that she has seen enough to move to decertify Arizona from Joe Biden back in July.

So what do you think?

Will decertification actually happen?

Or is this just wishful thinking?

Let us know your predictions in the comments below!



 

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