Once upon a time, two gigantic wimps named Brian and Brad somehow got elected in Georgia. They fooled the voters by claiming that they were Republicans, but what they meant was that they were “Bush Republicans” – a nearly extinct form of RINO that has almost completely disappeared due to its low testosterone levels.
Brian and Brad were jealous of Donnie – the coolest kid in school. So, Brian and Brad teamed up with the Democrats to help them steal a prize that was rightfully Donnie’s. But Brian and Brad got caught. And then there was a reckoning. The end!
When you describe what really happened in Georgia, Wisconsin and other states in the 2020 election, it sounds so outlandish that it must be some sort of bedtime story or fairytale. Could that really have happened in real life? Were they really that brazen? Yes, it really happened.
The hits just keep coming for Georgia Governor Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. These two losers have sworn up and down that the Georgia 2020 election was clean as a whistle and that LOL-81-Million Biden was the rightful winner. Not so by a long shot! Remember that Joe Biden’s fake victory margin in Georgia was a mere 11,779 votes.
Last week we learned that ballot traffickers had stuffed 75,000 illegal ballots into drop boxes in the 2020 election. That happened on video and True the Vote has the tapes. You can watch it happen for yourself in the film ‘2,000 Mules,’ which is due out the first week of May. Whistleblowers who spoke to True the Vote and filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza said they were paid between $10 and $40 for every illegal, fraudulent ballot that they stuffed in those drop boxes.
As if that didn’t make Brian and Brad look bad enough, a lawsuit was filed in Georgia this week against Fulton County by a group called Election Truth in Georgia. Here’s a direct statement from that suit:
“Fulton County’s Advance Voting poll closing tapes are a fraudulent, un-certified, unsigned and un-checked false representation of over 311,000 ballots that no court could legally accept.”
Whoops. Maybe Georgia’s election was quite as above-board as Brian and Brad have been telling us.
The complaint alleges that ballot scanner polls and the scanners themselves were tampered with on election night in 2020, so there’s no way to verify the validity of those 311,000 early votes. Seals on election records from that night had been broken when they were examined. Flashcards that were supposed to remain plugged into ballot counting machines until 7 p.m. on election night were removed on October 30, 2020 – several days before the election.
A flashcard is a USB device that plugs into a Dominion Voting Systems ballot counting machine. There’s one flashcard for every tabulator, so they have to stay plugged into that machine until the polls close. Under Georgia state law, once 7 p.m. hits on election night, each tabulator is supposed to print three copies of the results from that machine. Each of the three copies is supposed to be verified and signed by three witnesses.
Fulton County used 148 flashcards and 148 tabulators during the 2020 election for early voting. But when forced to produce records, they only had 138 poll tapes. Ten of the tapes were missing completely. And out of those 138 poll tapes, 136 of them were not signed by any witness. There’s no way to know who verified the totals on almost all of Fulton County’s tabulators, because no one signed their name to them. That’s a failure rate of 99.7% in Fulton County’s vote verification process in the 2020 election.
If the lawsuit is accurate, it gets even worse than that.
An investigative journalist found that 109 of the 148 flashcards were pulled out of their intended machines and plugged into different machines before being “closed out” on election. That’s illegal, and there’s only one reason someone would do that. It allows an election worker to switch votes on the flashcard with no one knowing it. And since no one signed their names to any of the poll tapes… that’s the whole ball of wax.
Brian Kemp and Brad Raffensperger should both resign immediately. But they won’t. We know they’re going to try to ride this out to the bitter end.