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Georgia State Senators Introduce Legislation to REMOVE Dirty Brad Raffensperger from State Election Board and Open Up Investigations Into His Alleged Violations

Georgia State Senators introduced a bill to remove Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger from the State Election Board, and to give the board the power and the authority to investigate his many attempts to get Democrats elected through fraud if necessary. Sponsors of the bill include Majority Leader Steve Gooch, Senator Greg Dolezal and others.

This situation started when Raffensperger failed to investigate the 2020 election fraud even though a man he hired to oversee the election gave him plenty of reasons to investigate. My own theory is that Raffensperger knew fraud was occurring but believed his man would not catch it, so that he could use the report to claim no fraud happened even in Fulton County. He missed the boat on that one so he was forced to lie and claim a safe and honest election. Just like he lied about the phone call he got from President Trump.

Citizen election integrity advocate Joseph Rossi:

“These initial findings and an inability to obtain explanations from Raffensperger’s office led Rossi to provide the evidence to Governor Brian Kemp’s office which performed its own independent analysis and then issued a written finding saying that Rossi’s results were factual.”

The Georgia Record reported:

Following receipt of a referral from Acting State Election Board Chairman Matthew Mashburn, The Georgia Senate has sponsored SB 358 which would confirm the State Election Board’s power and authority to investigate the Secretary of State, Brad Raffensperger, remove him as a member of the SEB, and order him to cooperate in such investigation(s).

Mashburn sent the referral to on Thursday of this week. The referral letter appears below.

This process comes after testimony at the last State Election Board meeting by citizen election integrity advocate Joseph Rossi and others, describing errors found in 2020 election reporting tied to Raffensperger’s office. These initial findings and an inability to obtain explanations from Raffensperger’s office, led Rossi to provide the evidence to Gov. Brian Kemp’s office which performed its own independent analysis and then issued a written finding saying that Rossi’s results were factual.

During the December 19th SEB testimony, Rossi also reported that since the time of Kemp’s report in last 2021, investigators, assistant AG Charlene McGowan (who now works in Raffensperger’s office) , and even certain members of the State Election Board appeared to have attempted to block investigations or divert attention from the mounting stack of evidence.

From The Georgia Record

Following receipt of a referral from Acting State Election Board Chairman Matthew Mashburn, The Georgia Senate has sponsored SB 358 which would confirm the State Election Board’s power and authority to investigate the Secretary of State, Brad Raffensperger, remove him as a member of the SEB, and order him to cooperate in such investigation(s).

This process comes after testimony at the last State Election Board meeting by citizen election integrity advocate Joseph Rossi and others, describing errors found in 2020 election reporting tied to  Raffensperger’s office.     These initial findings and an inability to obtain explanations from Raffensperger’s office,  led Rossi to provide the evidence to Gov. Brian Kemp’s office which performed its own independent analysis and then issued a written finding saying that Rossi’s results were factual.  

During the December 19th SEB testimony, Rossi also reported that since the time of Kemp’s report in last 2021, investigators, assistant AG Charlene McGowan (who now works in Rannfesperger’s office) , and even certain members of the State Election Board appeared to have attempted to block investigations or divert attention from the mounting stack of evidence.

Faced with evidence and a public call for investigations into the Raffenspergers conduct, the SEB voted to request that the legislature confirm SEB authority to conduct an investigation into the Secretary of State.

After receiving the referral, the Senate acted to create the proposed Bill 358 to allow the SEB to begin investigation into the SoS.

 

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  1. I wonder if the ‘editor’ caught the fact that the article would’ve been half as long if they hadn’t typed it TWICE?

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