All eyes are on Georgia as the fate of the free world lies in the two senate runoff elections coming to Georgia in January. I say this, because Democrats have already told us what they intend to do if they win the majority in the senate, and their plans would effectively end the republic as we know it.
If Republicans lose both senate runoff elections, that would make the senate split at 50-50. That means the vice president would split every tie vote. With that, the Democrats have threatened if, God forbid, Joe Biden gets in, they will get rid of the filibuster rule, so that Democrats could ram anything through that they want, making the minority party helpless to stop them. They would also pack the US Supreme court and federal district courts with leftists who like the current leftists on the court do not usually rule based on the Constitution, but on whatever the leftist ideology of the day happens to be. The Democrats have vowed to also bring Puerto Rico and Washington, D.C. in as new states giving the Democrats four more senators so that they would always have a majority. Folks, if they achieve these goals you can give your freedom good-bye.
Georgia’s top election official says that he is starting an investigation into whether third-party groups are trying to register people from other states to illegally vote in Georgia’s January 5 Senate runoff elections. You know the Democrats are going to repeat the cheat that they did in the November 3rd general election, the evidence of which I will mention below.
An analysis was done of voter data for the 2020 election in Georgia by the President of Data Productions, Inc. Mark Davis, considered an expert witness in court for at least five cases concerning election disputes, where with the help of his testimony four of those cases resulted in new elections being ordered while they are still waiting for a ruling on the fifth case. That fifth case is where Davis discovered double voting irregularities in the state’s primary election over the 2020 summer with his discovery resulting in an investigation by the Secretary of State’s office that revealed about 1,000 double votes in 120 counties.
Davis was asked to perform a National Change of Address (NCOA) study on the voter data from the November 3rd general election. In Georgia, the law stipulates that if a person moves from one to county to another county, they have 30 days to notify the state or else they cannot vote in either county, and of course if you move out of the state you can no longer vote in Georgia.
His study shows 312,971 people moved within the state of Georgia, and out of that the data shows 122,231 voters who moved across county lines. Of those, the data shows 40,279 people moved across county lines more than 30 days prior to the election and they voted in their old county of residence. That’s illegal. In all likelihood, the vast majority of those residency moves are not of a temporary nature.
Davis’ analysis of the data shows 267,255 people notified the USPS that they were moving to an address outside the state. He warns that some of those people will be students living out of state while in school and military folks overseas, both parties who intend to move back to the state, so therefore, they have the right to vote. Davis’ analysis discovered that 14,980 of those people, who moved out of the state, voted in the 2020 general election. That alone, if they came from Biden districts, would overcome Joe Biden’s lead of 12,000+ votes.
Read Davis’ entire affidavit here.
Suffice it to say Georgia has some serious residency problems, which begs the question, is the state going to protect the runoff elections so that unlike the recent general election, they are fair and free?
On Monday, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announced “we have opened an investigation into a group called America Votes, who is sending absentee ballot applications to people at addresses where they have not lived since 1994.”
Raffensperger, barely a Republican, also said his investigators are looking into “Vote Forward, who attempted to register a dead Alabama voter, a woman, to vote here in Georgia.” He also pointed to, “The New Georgia Project, who sent voter registration applications to New York City.”
Who is watching Stacey Abrams?
The secretary of state also pinpointed “Operation New Voter Registration Georgia, who is telling college students in Georgia that they can change their residency to Georgia and then change it back after the election.”
Raffensperger asserted that “voting in Georgia when you’re not a resident of Georgia is a felony. And encouraging college students to commit felonies without regard for what it might mean for them is despicable. These third-party groups have a responsibility not to encourage illegal voting. If they do so, they will be held responsible.”
Gabriel Sterling, the election official who manages Georgia’s voting system, told reporters that “this is new information, these outside groups attempting to register people illegally potentially, in other states.”
Sterling said that these third-party groups appear to be “literally saying ‘hey, it’s OK to commit a felony.’”
And Raffensperger emphasized that “this office will continue to take steps to protect the voting rights of the legally registered Georgians of this state, Republican, Democrat, independent, and whatever party you may be a member of.”