The drive to coverup the fraud of the 2020 election is still underway in every state and county. The contested states that took the light over the past several weeks are all wishing it would go away.
But the push for the truth continues because people want to know that the election process is fair and secure. And now that there is one state left in the front of everyone’s mind, there is deep concern that the Democrats will try again to prove that they can manipulate elections.
The threat of fraud in the Georgia run-off election is real. Ample warnings have been issued to people trying to vote out of state to influence the outcome. The Democrats miscalculated their totals in Georgia, and now they need to cheat again to control the Senate. But they are being watched to the point that they cannot get their act together.
Secretary of State Brand Raffensperger of Georgia is taking the matter seriously. He first ordered a signature review audit of ballots in Cobb County to ascertain if the allegations floating around were true. And now that the audit is over, he wants to see the entire state audited.
He has ordered the audit of every county in the state of Georgia. Something has gotten Raffensperger’s attention. He maintains that the audit ensures that future elections are secure, but the country helps but sees how it will affect the 2020 election.
The press notification that was released stated that “Secretary Raffensperger has asked researchers at the University of Georgia’s School of Public and International Affairs to conduct research, including a randomized signature match study of election materials handled at the county level in the November 3 Presidential contest. This work will also include research on processes used at the county level to perform signature-matching.”
The media has played their cards and stated that signature matching could not be done because nothing compares to the signatures. Supposing that to be true, then Georgia has nothing to compare signatures with. The fact is that there are signatures available to be audited, and the media has been lying through its teeth the entire time.
Raffensperger and the Georgia governor have long tried to keep this kind of an audit from taking place. The president urged them weeks ago to get it done, but they dragged their feet until now. Something is eating at their conscience, knowing that evil took them by surprise, and they do not want to admit that they failed to take adequate precautions to protect the Georgian voter.
Now Raffensperger saved face when he mentioned that the election process in Georgia is secure. He stated that he is very “confident that elections in Georgia are secure, reliable, and effective. Despite endless lawsuits and wild allegations from Washington, D.C. pundits, we have seen no actual evidence of widespread voter fraud, though we are investigating all credible reports.”
Raffensperger still has a closed mind about the possibility that, under his watch, massive amounts of fraud took place. He is more concerned about his position and job than doing the right thing.
Something has happened in America that is precisely what the liberals want to see happen. They do not want patriots to stand up and fight for what is right like President Trump has done for the past four years. Because they know that the minute it happens on a large scale that their plans for destroying America are going to fall apart. And they will be branded as traitors.
Rocky Raffensperger stated that the audit will be done by the University of Georgia and will involve “a sample of signed envelopes in each county from the presidential election.” And it “is intended to be forward-looking, helping to inform and optimize election administration for future electoral contests in the State of Georgia.”
Raffensperger knows full well that the only way to prove that the election is secure and safe for future elections is to audit every signature. But he knows that the fraud would be exposed, and he cannot take the risk of losing his job. He is not is willing to do what is right and protect freedom. He is more concerned with his state of affairs.