It seems to me that Brad Raffensperger keeps a big secret.
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GA Secretary of State was in charge of ensuring fair elections in the Peach State. And he’s the first that doesn’t want anyone sniffing around and looking at the actual ballots from November 3rd!
If everything went smooth and legal, why would that be a problem?
And some pretty hard-working people and activists from VoterGA.org have achieved to have access to ballots from Fulton County, GA for a forensic audit. And a judge will rule on this at the end of this month.
Which makes the secretary scared to death!
The GA Secretary of State filed an amicus brief in support of corrupt Fulton County election officials, and they’re trying their best to prevent the audit of the ballots!
You can read the brief in the file below.
Here are some important highlights:
-Raffensperger suggests he is simply ‘protecting the public’s interest’ in allowing on the ballot images to be used, and not the actual paper records.
-The Secretary respectfully requests that the Court permit Petitioners to inspect ballot images only and deny Petitioners’ request to inspect and scan ballots.
-Petitioners have submitted to the Court a proposed order granting their Motion to Unseal,
which would grant Petitioners sweeping and unprecedented access to all ballots.
And last but not least, Raffensperger stated that it is simply “too late for anyone to do anything.”
“To the extent that Petitioners are using this open records act enforcement action as a pretext for challenging the legality of ballots cast in the general election, it is too late for them to assert such a challenge now, and any request for relief would be barred by the applicable statute of limitations,” he stated with these exact words.
I don’t think they will make a change since the process is in motion.
How will they justify that?