In Georgia, they have a serious residency problem with voting where people move out of the state and or move from one County to another, but still vote in the state or in their old County respectively. That’s called voter fraud. There is no other way to say it. It’s voter fraud.
There is a list of at least 4,000 people in Georgia who went to the USPS, either by taking the time to go onto the USPS website or going in person to the Post Office and filing the paperwork to ask the Post Office to send their mail to their new address.
Under Georgia law if you move out of the state you cannot vote in Georgia, and if you move from one County in Georgia to another County you have 30 days to notify the state of your move, otherwise, you cannot vote in either County. That is the law. There is no other way to say it. It’s the law.
Well, the Democrats griped that actually changing your address with the United States Postal Service was not enough to remove them from being able to vote for the two Democrats in the coming Senate runoff elections. No, I am not kidding.
Now, here’s something that’s going to burn your bagel. The federal judge who heard the case ruled to issue a temporary restraining order that blocks the Muscogee County Board of Elections and Registrations from doing the right thing and removing those 4,000 plus targeted voters from being able to cast a vote in the Senate runoff elections coming on January 5.
And if that didn’t burn your bagel, this information will scorch it into ashes. The judge who made the ruling that came late Monday from a US District Court was Judge Leslie A Gardener who is the sister of the fantasy Georgia governor and voting rights advocate Stacey Abrams.
Yeah, it escapes me too how Democrats have the balls to do something like this.
The leftist nonprofit group Majority Forward, a voter registration and voter turnout organization, filed with the Middle District of Georgia court to block two challenges against voters who are believed to live outside the legal jurisdictions in which they were registered. In other words, they moved to a place they cannot vote, but the Democrats and the Left want them to be able to vote for Democrats Warnock and Ossoff anyway. You know their motto: “The Democrats, it’s okay when we do it.”
Gardener’s order impacts voters in Muscogee County and also voters in Ben Hill County. It is also a direct violation of the US Constitution’s Article I, Section 4 that gives the state Legislature sole power on election laws. A judge does not have the authority to change election laws.
Article I, Section 4:
The Times, Places and Manner of holding Elections for Senators and Representatives, shall be prescribed in each State by the Legislature thereof; but the Congress may at any time by Law make or alter such Regulations, except as to the Places of chusing Senators.
The order was set to last eight days, which brings it past Election Day, January 5. Early voting started two weeks ago. Over 2 million people have voted so far in the Georgia Senate runoff election.
This move by the sister of the deranged lunatic Stacey Abrams was done just to help the Democrats win the two Senate runoff seats. Again, there is no other way to see it. This is election fraud by judge.
Republican Senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler are facing challenges from Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock, two left-wing loons, in a runoff that can only be described as the most important races in 2020. If the Democrats win both of these seats we will lose our republic as we know it, because it would make the Democrats in charge of the US Senate with a 50-50 count between Democrats and Republicans. And if God forbid Joe Biden takes the Oval Office then the most progressive left wing lunatic in the US Senate, Kamala Harris, would be the vice president who would break every tie.
Ralph Alton Russell, Chairman of the Muscogee County Republican Party, two weeks ago filed a challenge to the eligibility of 4,033 registered voters in Muscogee County to vote in the runoff elections. In all likelihood, these registrations are fraudulent. Thanks to the National Voter Registration Act (NRVA) of 1993, Secretaries of State are forced to keep voters on voter roles, including people who died or moved, for years. This is how many Democrats have won elections since that time. They use the people on the voter rolls who will in all likelihood not vote, they fill out a registration for that person, and they vote as if they are that person. It’s fraud, plain and simple. And the Democrats are trying to do it now to change our republic forever.
Russell said, “The grounds for my challenge are that I have evidence that there are approximately 4,033 individuals registered to vote in Muscogee county who reside outside of the State of Georgia. This information was gathered by running the Muscogee County voter registration database against the National Change of Address Registry.
“I believe that each of the individuals named . . . as a result of registering their name and change of address to a location outside of Muscogee County, removed to another state with the intention of making the new state their residence,” Russell claimed in the challenge. “Thus, each individual has lost their residence in Muscogee County, and consequently, each individual is ineligible to vote in Muscogee County.”
The Muscogee Board voted 3-1 that there was probable cause sufficient enough to support Russell’s legal challenge. The Board placed the names of the 4,033 Targeted Voters, less those who are legally allowed to vote like military residents working overseas or absentee voters who are overseas at the moment, on a list.
“The Muscogee Board instructed that any Targeted Voter whose name appears on the list and who attempts to vote in person is to be advised of the challenge and allowed only to cast a provisional ballot,” Gardner wrote. “Any Targeted Voter requesting an absentee ballot will be required to present additional evidence of residency in order to vote.”
Gardner ordered the following:
— Defendants are enjoined from removing any challenged voters in Ben Hill and Muscogee Counties from the registration lists on the basis of National Change of Address data;
— Defendants are enjoined from preventing any Targeted Voters from casting a regular ballot in the January 5, 2021 runoff elections on the basis of NCOA data;
— Defendants are enjoined from requiring any Targeted Voters to cast a provisional ballot or to present any additional evidence of eligibility on the basis of NCOA data; and
— Defendants are required to make reasonable efforts to inform all Targeted Voters of the terms of the restraining order.
The Muscogee Board just voted to appeal the ruling. The vote was 3-1.