Surprise: Mollie Hemingway Drops a Nuke on the Official Georgia Narrative
Here’s a pleasant surprise to start your week off with: Senior Editor Mollie Hemingway, who writes at The Federalist, has just dropped a new book that Fox News might actually be forced to mention. Hemingway has spent the past few months compiling reams of documents and internal emails, interviews with Donald Trump and other prominent figures, and never-before-seen evidence into what really happened in Georgia before, during and after the 2020 election. The result looks to be one of the most comprehensive and fact-based examinations of that state’s obviously false results that we’ve seen to date. I plan to read it soon – and I hope you do too.
The book dropped yesterday so full disclosure: I haven’t read it yet. The book is titled, “Rigged: How the Media, Big Tech and the Democrats Seized Our Elections.” I am extremely hopeful that this will be a worthwhile and meaningful book for a couple of reasons.
First, Mollie Hemingway appears to be one of us. She has never believed the outcome of the 2020 election was accurate or fair. (Why else would she spend all these months fiercely research and writing a book on it?) During her guest appearances on Fox News, she frequently “slips” and drops comments to the effect that the 2020 election was stolen. She’s the only Fox News contributor who ever does this, because almost everyone else on that channel has been spooked into silence.
Hemingway is also one of the small handful of truth-pursuing journalists left in America. The rest of them, as you know, are merely propagandists propping up the illegitimate regime. I’d be fairly comfortable holding Mollie Hemingway’s reporting up there with the likes of James O’Keefe at Project Veritas, Katherine Herridge at CBS News, independent journalist Sharyl Attkisson, and Tucker Carlson when it comes to pursuing and reporting the truth and letting the chips fall.
Second, the book is being released by Regnery Publishing. Known as a mid-sized conservative outlet, Regnery is one of the few major publishing companies left in America that George Soros is not heavily invested in. They publish everyone from traditional conservatives like Newt Gingrich to genuine right-wingers like Sarah Palin and Michelle Malkin. When Josh Hawley’s book was canceled by the Soros-bought Simon & Schuster earlier this year, Regnery snatched it up and published it.
Here is a fact about the 2020 Georgia results that Hemingway uncovered, which I have never seen reported anywhere else:
The Republicans on the Georgia Board of Elections voted to not certify Fulton County’s results because of the obvious signs of fraud there. “Republican” Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger overruled them and certified the results over their objections.
The Republican board members were concerned by three major facts. First, there was no chain of custody on the mail-in ballots in Fulton County. As in – no chain of custody documents at all. There was no record of when the ballots were picked up from the Mark Zuckerberg-provided drop boxes, no record of who picked them up, no record of when they were dropped off, or where they were dropped off. The hundreds of thousands of mail-in ballots in Fulton County should have never been counted as valid ballots for this fact alone.
Second, despite having state-of-the-art signature matching software available in Fulton County, it was never used! Signature matching is the only way to ensure that a mail-in ballot was actually cast by the intended registered voter. With no signature matching, any of the mail-in ballots could have been forged for all we know.
Finally, the election workers at State Farm Arena in Fulton County told all the observers to go home on Election Night. They claimed no more counting would happen until 8:30 the following morning. Then, they proceeded to pull the magic suitcase ballots out from under a table where they were hidden, and rammed batches of ballots through the machines four or five times each after everyone left. We all saw this happen on video a few days after the 2020 election.
Again: These facts led all the Republicans on the Board of Elections in Georgia to vote against certifying Fulton County’s results, and Brad Raffensperger overruled them. If Fulton County’s mail-in ballots had not been certified, Trump would have easily won the 2020 contest in Georgia by more than 200,000 votes.
Congratulations to Mollie Hemingway on getting this book published. I can’t wait to pick up a copy of “Rigged,” if only to read her new, never-before-seen interview with Donald Trump. And I’m sure she’s uncovered more facts than we’ve seen reported to date, as well.