[VIDEO] Raffensperger And The Chinese Connivance Caught On Tape!!!

Our sources gave us one recording to see Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger thanking Chinese allies for finding him more votes.

It isn’t a conspiracy theory, and the allegations are severe!

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Both of them, Kemp and Raffensperger, are part of China’s scandal. The same sources that shared this info claim that the video of a call by Raffensperger confirms his involvement in the Chinese collusion.

We must note a thing, we couldn’t find anything about Kemp, even though our sources mentioned him in the collusion. So, we won’t spread misinformation until we are sure of something.

Can you recall the moment when former DNI John Ratcliffe shared a warning that the CCP was targeting multiple U.S. officials?

Drop one look at the recordings below, and you will be the judge.

National File covered the story.

”Georgia Republican leaders Governor Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger are both caught on tape in scandalous situations connected to China, which will likely hamper their re-election chances in 2022 now that President Donald Trump is determined to defeat them as revenge for their refusal to help Trump in the 2020 election overtime period.

President Trump endorsed Rep. Jody Hice, who is running against Raffensperger for Secretary of State in the Republican primary in 2022. Trump is also planning to campaign hard against Brian Kemp, who is expected to seek re-election in 2022. Raffensperger did not even manage to become a Republican Party delegate in his own precinct, underscoring his unpopularity with Georgia conservatives following “Raff’s” Quisling rollover on the issue of election integrity.”

And you can read the fantastic article from Georgia.org.

”The state of Georgia has had continuous representation in China since 2007. Georgia-based organizations such as the Georgia China Alliance, National Association of Chinese Americans (NACA), Chinese Business Association of Atlanta (CBAA), Association of Chinese Professionals (ACP) and U.S.-China Peoples Friendship Association (USCPFA) help foster business connections between Georgians and Chinese professionals.

Georgia has four sister city agreements with China: Brunswick – Ganzhou, Hinesville – Yichun, Savannah -Jiujiang and Tifton – Linyi. Sandy Springs has a friendship-city relationship with Taicang.

In 2017, Georgia’s exports to China totaled $2.83 billion. China is currently the 3rd largest export market for Georgia. Top exports from Georgia to China include: civilian aircraft, chemical woodpulp, Kraft paper and paperboard, medical devices and coniferous wood. In 2017, Georgia’s imports from China totaled $22.22 billion, a 20% increase over 2016. China ranks 1st among Georgia’s importer nations. Georgia’s top imported products from China include: parts and accessories for automatic data processing machines, automatic data processing machines, seats, toys and furniture.

There are at least 101 Chinese facilities operating in Georgia employing at least 5,000 Georgians. A list can be found online at Georgia.org/SiteSelector.”

Georgia USA National File

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