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, the Georgia Republican who has been fiercely criticized by President Trump over his approach to allegations of voter fraud in his state, said Thursday that new testimony has raised additional questions and a signature audit should be performed.

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LC Wil, S.C.E.
LC Wil, S.C.E.
December 4, 2020 22:53

I been watching this. It’s time to re-do the entire election. Show up in person, vote in person, or fuck you, you don’t get to. The civil War gets closer every damned day, and <spit> some dumb SOB <spit> is going to accuse me of cheering one on. I have seen a Civil War from the inside. It ain’t much… Read more »

Reply to  LC Wil, S.C.E.
December 5, 2020 04:33

They can’t redo the presidential election. What can be done is the state legislature(s) announce that the vote is tainted and that they will appoint the electors directly as they have the right to do under the constitution.

Now all it will take is one state to grow a spine and do just that.

Reply to  angrywebmaster
December 5, 2020 06:35

Interestingly, Michigan’s legislature is GOP controlled and I think Pennsylvania’s is as well. I think it will take one state doing this and then the others will fall in line. Will they do it? Who knows? Of course, if they don’t and things go sideways next year, they may wish they had. It will probably be their last wish before… Read more »

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December 5, 2020 14:06

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announced his office is investigating a voter advocacy group founded by failed gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams for “repeatedly and aggressive” seeking to register “ineligible, out-of-state, or deceased voters,” including his deceased son. His DECEASED son! That’s what I call chutzpah!! His office has received hundreds of complaints about the New Georgia Project in… Read more »

December 5, 2020 14:16

More, extremely specific, accusations of fraud. Under penalty of perjury, Jesse Morgan, a subcontracted U.S. Postal Service truck driver, swore in an affidavit that he drove between 130,000 to 280,000 pre-filled ballots in 24 bulk-mail bins from Bethpage, New York, across state lines, to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, on Oct. 21.After waiting nearly six hours for someone to process this cargo, Morgan… Read more »