Now that you’ve had a chance to read and absorb my (next to) last post (You know that magnet that sticks to you after you’ve been jabbed? Yeah…), here’s another doozie.
Praying Medic has forwarded/published what Miz Donna Thoughts wrote about the Georgia audit. She says it’s a doozie, and it is. Ready? Off we go…
Improving Voter Registration For Member States
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Mark Davis shared a link.
OK folks, it is time for another update, and this one is a doosie, so I’ll start from the beginning.
For several weeks now I have been interviewing with Mollie Hemmingway at The Federalist for her upcoming book on the 2020 elections, and she has been planning to go into detail about the residency issues I’ve raised.
Recently The Federalist was contacted by our Secretary of State’s office to arrange an interview with Secretary Raffensperger to talk about the DOJ lawsuit against Georgia over our new voting laws in light of the recent Supreme Court decision in Brnovich v. Democratic National Committee. The reporter assigned to do the story is Margot Cleveland, who is also a seasoned attorney and adjunct law professor. Since she had the opportunity to interview Brad, she decided to end that interview by asking about their open investigation into votes cast in the November General Election with residency issues.
I told her when she starts asking about that they wound most likely respond in one of three ways:
1. They might try to discredit me or my analysis. I told her if they do that, she should remind them they tried to hire me as a contractor less than a year ago to do their statewide investigation into the double voting issue I discovered last year down in Long County. I wound up not doing that analysis because they wanted me to sign an NDA that would have prevented me from even discussing it. I really wanted to do it, and was willing to do it for free, but I will not be muzzled.
The other problem with that strategy is I always have the option of giving a copy of the data to a county district attorney who cares about election integrity so they can investigate unlawful votes cast in their county. So option #1 would be a generally bad idea.
2. They could just admit the problem exists, which they’ve actually already done without citing any numbers, and then try to blame the counties for it. The main problem with that approach is if a county is presented with a driver’s license that still has the voter’s old address on it, they have no way that I am aware of to detect that.
The other problem is that answer could also vindicate President Trump’s position on that now infamous Trump/Raffensperger phone call, in which President Trump and his Georgia attorney Kurt Hilbert demanded an investigation into these very issues. They literally wanted Raffensperger to investigate this same database of voters, which they had a copy of because these issues were part of President Trump’s Georgia lawsuit.
3. They could claim they can’t comment on an ongoing investigation, and then try to just run out the clock past the 2022 election. Frankly this was what I really expected them to do, and they probably could have gotten away with it. They’re just now clearing much smaller investigations from 2016 & 2018.
When the interview happened, Brad seemed to know little to nothing about the investigation, so the staff jumped in to respond. Surprisingly it would seem they chose option #1, and attempted to claim my analysis contains “False positives” because they have access to social security numbers and full dates of birth, and I do not.
First of all, social security numbers and full dates of birth are not used in National Change of Address (NCOA) processing, even when the SOS has it done. A hashed version of that information is used by ERIC (https://ericstates.org/) to compare the data from member states like Georgia with other states to identify people registered in more than one state, but NCOA itself is a different process and the USPS does not use that data to identify changes of address. I know this because I have a license which permits me to run NCOA on up to 100 million records per year, and I actually use up a pretty sizable chunk of that.
Second, I have said from the very beginning that some percentage of these records might be students who went away to college, or enlisted people away on a tour of duty, etc., but the majority of the nearly 35,000 records are not going to be temporary
Imagine my surprise…..” Yet during my interview last week with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, he seemed unfamiliar with this most recent evidence of illegal voting……When asked for the status of Watson’s investigation and other details, while both were receptive to questions, neither Jones nor Fuchs could provide definitive answers. While on Friday Fuchs promised to give Watson permission to speak with me, and while both the deputy secretary of state and the press secretary promised to arrange an interview with Watson and to track down answers to several questions, to date, no further information has been provided and no interview has been arranged, notwithstanding several follow-up communications. Hopefully, that is because Watson is busy investigating the strong evidence of illegal voting and not because the Secretary of State’s Office is attempting to bury the story — and the fact that Trump might have been right after all — until after Raffensperger fights off a primary challenge.” Margot Cleveland’s Article based upon the above: https://thefederalist.com/2021/07/09/new-evidence-indicates-enough-illegal-votes-in-georgia-to-tip-2020-results/
New Evidence Indicates Enough Illegal Votes In Georgia To Tip 2020
Both an audit and a recount confirmed Biden’s victory, but ignored in the process was evidence that nearly 35,000 Georgians had potentially voted illegally.
As I have told ya’ll many times. Everyone who knows Raffensperger says that he is out of the loop and doesn’t know anything about what happened, beyond what his staff told him. The question is, did he do that intentionally? I really cannot believe that he thinks he will win re-election. He is not campaigning anywhere. He hasn’t faced any GOP County groups. The State GOP doesn’t support him. We need more answers. Is it intentional malfeasance, intentionally uninvolved, or plain old incompetence.
His staff otoh, their hubris and hatred of Potus was laid bare for all to see. So, I lean towards intentional malfeasance for them- they hoped the press would cover for them (they only spoke to leftist msm) and they thought we would let it go. Big mistake on their part.
That does not absolve him of responsibility. The fact that he cannot handle hard questions about what happened without his staff surrounding him says a lot. He is not capable of leading. He was being ‘handled’ by his staff.
New Evidence Indicates Enough Illegal Ballots in Georgia to Tip 2020 Results
New evidence indicates that more than 10,300 illegal ballots were cast in Georgia during the November 2020 election, a number that is likely to rise over the coming months…(READ MORE)
New evidence of illegal ballots cast in Georgia calls the state’s election results into question.
Using data available from the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office, Davis identified nearly 35,000 Georgia voters who indicated they had moved from one Georgia county to another, but then voted in the 2020 general election in the county from which they had moved.
Georgia state law does not allow voters to cast a ballot in a County from which they had moved 30 days before an election.