The second report of Carter Jones describes that there was a total breakdown of the voting systems in GA.
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Just about earlier, a Fulton County Georgia election official has admitted that “the chain of custody documents that are legally required per state law are missing from the 2020 election.”
And no one else, but Brad Raffensperger, the corrupt Secretary of State in Georgia is the one to blame about that!
For the first time until now an elections official admitted the chain of custody documents are missing in Georgia!
According to the Georgia Star,
“The 29-page report revealed that election official was caught double-counting ballots at the State Farm Center in Atlanta, Georgia. This follows news first reported by The Gateway Pundit that election operative Ruby Freeman was also caught tripe counting stacks of votes late at night at the counting center after GOP observers were sent home.
The author of the 29-page November Fulton County report, Carter Jones, also released a 14-page report in January on the election irregularities in Fulton County Georgia.”
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If you’re interested in the full report, you can read that in the following link:
“On page 2 of the report, Carter Jones describes a counting center in chaos with a complete lack of proper control. Chain of custody rules were completely ignored at the State Farm Center.
This was the largest ballot processing center in the state of Georgia.”
Here’s yet another proof posted and then deleted by Ruby Freeman, the Anti-Trump supervisor and ballot counter, who admitted to counting ballots without any election observers present!
If this ain’t cheating BY DEFINITION, then please, explain what it is?