Records Remain Missing for 500,000 Georgia Absentee Ballots
Documents required to show the chain of custody for Georgia’s absentee ballots remain mysteriously missing for a half million of the state’s estimated 600,000 absentee voters. Though each county must submit documentation for the transfer of absentee ballots from drop boxes, over 80 percent of Georgia’s votes have yet to establish records.
Georgia media outlet The Georgia Star News sent an open records request to 77 of the state’s 159 counties. To date, just four counties have responded with the appropriate transfer forms. Of the four provided, Cobb County’s forms included irregularities.
Another 10 counties reported not having a single drop box. 60 additional counties ignored the open records request. The Georgia Star News reported:
Throughout the state, approximately 300 drop boxes were used to collect absentee ballots in the November 2020 general election, authorized under Georgia Election Code Emergency Rule 183-1-14-0.8-.14 passed in July 2020 which states that every absentee ballot drop box collection team “shall complete and sign a ballot transfer form upon removing the ballots from the drop box, which shall include the date, time, location and number of ballots.
The “ballot transfer forms” are a part of the new rule and were created in order to document the chain of custody of ballots collected from drop boxes.
The code also requires that “the ballots from the drop box shall be immediately transported to the county registrar and processed and stored in the same manner as absentee ballots returned by mail are processed and stored. The county registrar or a designee thereof shall sign the ballot transfer form upon receipt of the ballots from the collection team.
Considering a false water main break in Fulton County, the infamous Suitcasegate video revealing thousands of unsupervised late-night ballots and ongoing evidence building of Dominion software vote manipulation, Americans are rightfully worried. What would keep Democrats from stealing the vote of the Senate as they have with the presidential election?
Georgia also faces a Texas-based lawsuit along with Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin regarding changes in state voter laws that abused the public’s concern with Covid-19 to change absentee voter laws. Nearly every state has now chosen a side in the legal matter. Georgia’s own House of Representatives has joined Texas in the lawsuit, opposing the state’s vote certification as fraudulent.
More than a month after the election, Georgia’s falsely-certified vote has yet to document its massive absentee ballot fraud. Worse, the US Senate depends on a special election less than a month away. What will keep the state from repeating its widespread voting violations?
As Republican Senator David Perdue faces reelection against Jon Ossoff and Senator Kelly Loeffler’s appointed position is challenged by radical Democrat Raphael Warnock, America awaits whether the nation will face both a House and Senate controlled by the left.
Current polls show Republicans with a slight lead in Loeffler’s battle. Ossoff and Perdue remain nearly tied in polling.
The Georgia US Senate runoff is anticipated as the most expensive Senate race in American history. In the three weeks following the presidential election, a combined $167.6 million was raised. Where is this money coming from? How is the state working to protect the integrity of the Senate election?
Both parties recognize the significance of winning control of the Senate. If Democrats control the Senate and the House, the nation could face court packing of the Supreme Court, defunding of the police and military and much more. All eyes remain on the Peach state as patriotic Americans hope for a better outcome than Georgia’s disastrous presidential election aftermath.