In the face of an unprecedented news blackout on the evidence of election fraud in Georgia,
Club for Growth Action announced the launch of the website GAVoteFraud.com to help Georgia voters learn about what vote fraud looks like and provide a place to report potential related crimes. Club for Growth Action will monitor submissions and take action when credible reports of vote fraud are received.
Two weeks ago, a Georgia Senate Judiciary subcommittee heard new jaw-dropping allegations of alleged election fraud in the state from several people including President Donald Trump's attorney, Rudy Giuliani.
Adam Murphy, reporting for Atlanta's cbs46.com, said the video tape evidence alleges proof of ballots being counted without oversight. A subcommittee comprised of both Republicans and Democrats held a hearing at the State Capitol for perhaps the biggest bombshell presented to lawmakers from inside State Farm Arena.
The president's legal team, led by Giuliani, presented the surveillance video from the state's largest voting center. The video allegedly shows people taking out at least four boxes of ballots from underneath a table, and then counting them after hours with no election supervisors present.
"The same person that stayed behind, the person that cleared the place out under the pretense that we are going to stop counting is the person who put the table there at 8:22 in the morning. I saw four suitcases come out from underneath the table," Attorney Jacki Pick said. CBS46 reported each box contained about 6,000 ballots, making that single instance of alleged fraud enough to swing the election to Joe Biden.
For weeks, Georgia’s Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has defended the state’s handling of the presidential election and criticized those who have continued to push “massive amounts of misinformation” about widespread voter fraud, noted the Atlanta Constitution-Journal.
And Raffensperger has repeatedly misstated the scope of his efforts to run-down reports of election fraud. Almost a month ago he announced what seemed like a widescale dragnet to run down various claims of election fraud. He said that his office had 23 investigators with more than 250 active investigations from 2020.
However, a review by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, however, has found that the claims by Raffensperger about the investigations lacked context and overestimated how many investigations were related to the presidential election by more than 100 cases. The actual number is approximately 130, and the vast majority the AJC reviewed involve procedural matters unrelated to fraud or isolated cases involving single voters.
So, despite the mountains of evidence Raffensperger is doing little or nothing to investigate the apparently sound allegations of systemic vote fraud in Georgia.
Which makes the Club for Growth Action GAVoteFraud.com all the more crucial to making sure there is no fraud in the January 5, 2021 Georgia Senate runoffs.
"It's absolutely vital that Georgia voters are informed about vote fraud and empowered to do something if they see something and we believe GAVoteFraud.com can and will play a role in making the election more secure and trusted," said Club for Growth Action President David McIntosh.
In addition to the vote fraud website, Club for Growth Action is:
Leading the Save America bus tour and coalition,
Running television ads focused on getting out the vote,
Knocking 1 million doors,
Making 2 million live calls,
Sending 3 million texts,
Sending 5 million pieces of mail.
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