A new report from the Georgia State Senate Election Law Review Subcommittee found evidence of illegal activity carried out by election workers at State Farm Arena in Atlanta on November 3-4, 2020.
The Georgia Election Law Study Subcommittee is a subcommittee of the Judicial Committee of the Georgia State Senate. Subcommittee chair William Ligon (right) said the draft report had not been formally approved by the subcommittee or the judiciary committee.
“The events at State Farm Arena are particularly disturbing because they demonstrated the intention of election officials to prevent the public from viewing the counting of the ballots, an intentional disregard of the law. The number of votes that could have been counted during this time was sufficient to change the results of the presidential election and senatorial contests, ”the report said.
“In addition, there appears to be coordinated illegal activity on the part of the election officials themselves who deliberately placed fraudulent ballots in the final election total.”
Election officers counted ballots in the mail at the arena site and according to CCTV footage on election day – and corroborated by eyewitness testimony, workers stopped counting ballots around 10:30 p.m. local time. The illegal act comes in their resumption of the count after observers and media have left the counting area.
Gabriel Sterling, an election official who works in Raffensperger’s office and who vehemently insisted on the absence of voter fraud or ballot tampering throughout the election and statewide, paradoxically admitted that there was an 82-minute period on election night when no monitors were present during the counting of the ballots.
Raffensperger’s office refused to admit the action was illegal, instead accusing the media and observers of leaving after news of the counting was halted overnight.
A spokesman for struggling Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said in a statement: “The report draws rash conclusions based on a one-sided presentation of conspiracy theories, poorly assembled data and conjecture. Among the many courts that have examined this same jumble of disinformation, none have found a credible crumb. It is disappointing that the members of the study committee let their political allegiance cloud their judgment when an impartial analysis of the courts determined that the allegations were absurd.
The subcommittee report acknowledges that a plethora of witnesses and experts testified about irregularities and allegations of fraud at a public hearing earlier this month.
In summary, the lawmakers on the subcommittee wrote that the general election “was chaotic and any reported outcome should be viewed as untrustworthy.”
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