Raffensperger's Team Makes SHOCKING Admission: "Bad, Bad Things" Happened During Election


Think back with me for a moment to the beginning of the year when President Trump tried to get Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to just investigate some irregularities.

He even said this in an interview with 60 Minutes.

We all know that this was false from the very get-go. We know what happened because we saw all of the irregularities and violations that took place.

Even after the election was over they were not following protocol and it was just a complete disaster.

Then what did we learn? We learned at minimum, hundreds of thousands of ballots are missing the chain of custody documents that are supposed to be there.

TheĀ Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported,

Georgia is headed for another audit of its presidential election results after a judge agreed to unseal more than 145,000 Fulton County absentee ballots Friday.

The details and timing of the audit must still be determined. But the plaintiffs in a lawsuit against the county want to scan and examine the ballots to determine whether they are legitimate.

At a hearing Friday, Henry County Superior Court Judge Brian Amero made clear the ballots must remain in the custody of Fulton election officials. That could prevent the kind of allegations of mishandling ballots and improper procedures that have dogged an audit of ballots in Arizona in recent weeks.

This means that if there was no chain of custody, then the ballots could have been altered or that these ballots may not have even been real ballots, but instead could be some of those that were printed overseas and shipped here in order to give Joe Biden that astronomic boost in the middle of the night.

At this point though, Raffensperger's team has admitted that "bad, bad things" were coming out of Fulton County and I 100% believe it. I'm just disgusted that it has taken this long for it to come out.

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