Out of all the people involved in the election fraud across the country back in November, Georgia Secretary of State, Brad Raffensperger is probably the man who is behind the greatest amount of fraud in any given state.
He did things that he wasn't supposed to be doing and refused to do a real investigation into the Georgia election.
Now he's been caught up in yet another scandal that is directly related to the 2020 presidential election.
We all know that Raffensberger is a liar and that his role in the election fraud from back in November is unforgivable. He should be locked up as should many others.
There is an abundance of ballots that were cast in the state of Georgia that were missing the necessary legal documents to consider them valid for certification and to solidify the results of Georgia in the 2020 election.
Despite the fact that the necessary documentation was missing, Raffensperger took it upon himself to push forward with the certification anyways. These votes should have never been certified or considered for certification unless the proper documentation was present.
However, there is more to the story. It has recently come out that Raffensperger actually employed an outside firm in efforts to audit Dominion voting machine prior to and following the election. The situation became a bit peculiar when he refused to reveal the details of the auditing firm and actually lied about the certifications that they possessed.
Jeff Carlson at the Markets Work said after the election:
In the widely quoted statement, Raffensperger said that the audit of Dominion machines was complete, there was “no sign of foul play,” and that “Pro V&V found no evidence” of tampering with the machines:
“We are glad but not surprised that the audit of the state’s voting machines was an unqualified success,” said Secretary Raffensperger. “Election security has been a top priority since day one of my administration. We have partnered with the Department of Homeland Security, the Georgia Cyber Center, Georgia Tech security experts, and wide range of other election security experts around the state and country so Georgia voters can be confident that their vote is safe and secure.”
Raffensperger also included an impressive description of Pro V&V in his statement, but again failed to disclose the firm’s relationship with Dominion, nor did he address the fact that Pro V&V appears to be a very small and private company that operates out of a single office suite.