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Georgia Sec. State suddenly concerned about ‘illegal’ out-of-state votes – Dateway

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (right) – whom President Trump called an ‘enemy of the people’ last Thursday for allegedly making some type of ‘deal’ with Democratic Agent Stacey Abrams over the harvesting ballots – said on Monday he was suddenly concerned about progressive groups trying to register new voters ahead of a Jan. 5 Senate run-off that could turn the GOP-controlled chamber blue.

“These third party groups have a responsibility not to encourage illegal voting. If they do, they will be held accountable, ”said Raffensperger, who added that his office was investigating efforts by America Votes, Vote Forward and the New Georgia Project to encourage people living outside Georgia to register to vote in the state.

Raffensperger also said his office opened several investigations into fraud charges made during the November election.

President Trump on Thursday slammed Raffensperger – telling reporters, “You are not allowed to harvest, but I understand the Secretary of State, who is truly an enemy of the people, the Secretary of State, and that he either Republican or not, this guy, what he did, he’s supposed to have made a deal and you’ll have to check that out, where she’s allowed to harvest but in other areas they’re not allowed.

Stacey Abrams – the failed GA gubernatorial candidate who did not concede – has been credited with helping register 800,000 people to vote in Georgia for the 2020 election, although she claims that it was not done through ballot harvesting, a process by which an individual will. collect the ballots and hand them out.

Biden “won” Georgia by 12,670 votes.

Meanwhile, the odds of Democrats taking control of the Senate are currently 29% according to PredictIt.

The world must be aware of and reject the socialist Soros puppet that is Joe Biden.



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