It’s Actually Happening – Fulton – And Georgia Is Next In Line

Peter Navarro wasn’t wrong when he stated that “Georgia is next”.

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“Voting integrity” – the term most Republicans have a problem with regarding the November 2020 elections. The majority of the Americans – not only the Republican members, truly think that the elections were a sham and the results weren’t valid. Throwing irregular voting ballots in, as we’ve seen, has created nothing but a mess in our country.

Discussing the methods for why that was done is another subject – first, the AZ audit, is of crucial meaning, for next audits, such as the announced one in Fulton County to take place.

As I’ve already mentioned before – finding a pattern of irregular voting would be crucial since the elections were conducted with a software system – thus, the “mistake pattern” would re-appear everywhere, in each voting place where there was any fraud with irregular ballots.

So – finding the mistake that has “lied to the software system” is of crucial meaning.

We know it.

They know it.

That’s why the whole fuss and interferences about the AZ audit are all about…

But despite all of that, it seems that Georgia will be next in line to conduct an Audit as well.

According to the Newsmax story report,

GA is now following the lead of Arizona’s forensic audit of 2020 presidential election results.

They will be auditing 147,000 Fulton County, Georgia, absentee ballots.

The ballots are being unsealed for this audit.

Henry County Superior Court Judge Brian Amero ordered the unsealing of absentee ballots, The Hill reported, which will allow a group of Georgia voters and experts to review absentee ballots that Republicans claim might be tainted by voter fraud.

“The integrity of future elections is critical, and Judge Amero’s decision is a helpful step in restoring transparency, accountability, and voter confidence,” former Sen. Kelly Loeffler, R-Ga., told The Hill. “We look forward to the findings and their role in promoting transparency and rebuilding faith in our elections.

The county officials released a statement, claiming they would comply with the order:

“We will continue to participate in the judicial process that will ultimately validate the integrity of the elections process within Fulton County,” the statement said.

How sorrow their mouths must feel, forced to claim this! Agree?


Ava Garcia

A small town girl, dreaming big, expecting to change the world with presenting the truthful events of the world today. Law degree with a master in criminology, and a devoted journalist for over 7 years, and counting. "The pen is mightier than the sword."

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