BREAKING NEWS: Fulton County Georgia Ordered One Million Absentee Ballots Prior To 2020 Election Even Though They Knew There Was No Time To Mail Them Out!
Shocking news coming from Fulton County! We report on the Runbeck printing company that supplied ballots to AZ and GA.
We already have shocking observations about this company! Now we know that Runbeck shipped thousands of ballots to someone in Georgia who was behind the calls of a water main break in Atlanta and the removal of the whistleblower from Georgia elections.
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Brian Runbeck works for his company. Maybe he isn’t listed as a member of the Executive Team, Brian Runbeck, but he calls himself as Client Services Manager/ Project Manager and Production Coordinator at Runbeck election services.
He was in charge of the production of election ballots and official election material. Brian stated that he handled high-pressure deadlines.
Mr. Runbeck made fifty separate donations to Act Blue, Biden for President, and the Dems Senatorial Campaign Committee from August 15 to October 30, 2020.
Also, we know that the GA ballots were different for Republican and Democrat voters in different areas. The printer did it.
The bar code is missing from the ballots. It is crucial, Javon Pulitzer stated in his testimony this week, that the Fulton Country ballots generally for GOP precincts include a barcode while the ballots in Dems districts didn’t have it.
Kevin Moncla reported more on Rumbeck printing.
Moncla stated that Fulton County, Georgia, ordered and obtained more than 1 million ballots from Runbeck in the last ten days prior to the election. The ballot was absentee regarding their size and the related invoices.
With just 10 days until the November 3rd election, there was literally no way to sort, prepare, fold, stuff and mail out the ballots before the election. Especially considering there were no envelopes ordered. This fact alone removes any possibility that they intended to mail the ballots.
Many other things should still be investigated, stated Moncla. The GA couldn’t mail out so many absentee ballots in such a short period.