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EPIC! Fulton County Republicans Rebuke Anti-Trumper Raffensperger from Being GOP Delegate After his Office Caught Lying about Deceptive Anti-Trump Smear

Ashley Jarrett

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Georgia’s corrupt Secretary of State, Brad Raffensperger had numerous reasons to invalidate the results of the 2020 election in Georgia.

The top reason was his office knowing 460,000 ballots were missing legally required chain of custody documentation. This was unconscionable.

Only 56 of Georgia’s 159 counties have provided ballot transfer form data to The Georgia Star News. The number of absentee by mail ballots delivered to registrars in those 56 counties total only 195,309, or 32.5 percent, of the estimated 600,000 absentee vote by mail ballots deposited in drop boxes and delivered to county registrars and counted in Georgia’s 2020 presidential election.

Raffensperger had such a hatred for President Trump that he launched an investigation on President Trump in February into his phone calls to state leaders KNOWING his Secretary of State’s official lied about the phone call in question and then tried to delete the evidence!

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On Saturday Fulton County republicans in Georgia denied the Secretary of State Brad Ratffensperger of being a delegate to his county convention from his own precinct.

Ratffensperger was not in attendance but sent a note asking to be elected.
They voted him down.

Via Ryan Girdusky

Georgia Secretary of State Raffensperger Launched Investigation Into President Trump’s Phone Calls with the State after Lying About His Call and Trashing the Evidence



Formerly an online tech and science reporter at The Sun Online, Ashley stepped up to the mantle of technology reporter at the Daily Telegraph late last year. She writes about everything from drones, web security and cryptocurrency to social media apps, like Facebook and Spotify, and technology brands including Apple and Toshiba.

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