Trump Releases Statement: “Information Will Soon Be Revealed”

Trump just released a statement on voter integrity in Georgia.

In the statement, Trump hinted at big information coming soon out of Georgia.

He also asked an important question. Why weren’t the 100k people being removed from voter rolls in Georgia not removed prior to the 2020 election?

Marjorie Taylor Greene is an American hero.

Greene took to Twitter to shred Georgia Secretary Of State Brad Raffensperger over his cleaning up the voter rolls after the election.

She also asked an important question. 

Is Brad doing this because he is worried about the audit in Fulton county?

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Marjorie Taylor Greene is referring to Raffensberger announcing he was going to remove 100k names from the Georgia voter rolls.

100,000 names are being removed from Georgia rolls.

18,000 are deceased voters.

John Solomon reported on the notes from a Georgia investigator.

The report outlined massive election issues in Atlanta on election night.

The report exposes major chain of custody issues.

Ballots being counted twice.

Ballots arriving 2,000 at a time.

Proper procedures not being followed.

In a nationally televised interview in January, Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger rattled off an impressive list of measures his state used to ensure the November election count was accurate. “We had safe, secure, honest elections,” he declared to “60 Minutes.”

That rosy assessment, however, masked an ugly truth inside his agency’s own files: A contractor handpicked to monitor election counting in Fulton County wrote a 29-page memo back in November outlining the “massive” election integrity failures and mismanagement that he witnessed in the Atlanta-area’s election centers.

The bombshell report, constructed like a minute-by-minute diary, cited a litany of high-risk problems such as the double-counting of votes, insecure storage of ballots, possible violations of voter privacy, the mysterious removal of election materials at a vote collection warehouse, and the suspicious movement of “too many” ballots on Election Day.

“This seems like a massive chain of custody problem,” the contractor Carter Jones warned in the memo delivered by his firm Seven Hill Strategies to Raffensperger’s office shortly after the election.

That glaring notation was written around 4:00 p.m. on Election Day, when Jones observed absentee ballots arriving at the county’s central absentee scanning center at Atlanta’s State Farm Arena “in rolling bins 2k at a time.”

“It is my understanding is that the ballots are supposed to be moved in numbered, sealed boxes to protect them,” he wrote, noting these ballots weren’t.

Just before 11:30 p.m., Jones notes “confusion about whether or not they’re still scanning at State Farm bc there were reports that the staff there told the rest of the staff and press to leave, but I am still getting number reports.” Jones later arrives at State Farm Arena just before midnight and finds “staff are still scanning on all five scanners.”

About twenty minutes later, Jones observes: “Order is starting to break down[.] Ralph newly re-scanned some ballots that had already been processed by Shaye.”

That was not the only instance in which Jones claims to have witnessed potential double-scanning of ballots. Observing counting on the second day after the election, Jones wrote of a machine that had “shut down because it was causing more problems than it was solving.”

Remember “Suitcasegate”?

Vote tabulation data shows a massive spike in votes for Joe Biden during the time poll workers were told to leave yet some stayed behind to count votes for two hours.