One single solitary illegal vote being counted in our elections is a disgrace and a threat to our democracy.
Millions of illegal votes, including more than 200,000 in the state of Georgia alone. Democrats don't care about the integrity of our election process, they are entirely blinded by their hatred for President Trump and will stop at nothing to get rid of him.
The Georgia lawsuit, a 1,585-pages-long suit, sheds some light on how Biden took over the state one vote at a time. Or rather, one fraudulent vote at a time.
More than 2,500 votes come from felons and over 30,000 from absentee ballots (that cannot be trusted). Shockingly, 66,247 underage minors cast their vote as well last November - and that's a fraction of the illegal votes.
Oddly enough, Biden only managed to get an 11,179 vote margin. If you only count the legal votes, Biden is far from winning - and Trump has a rightful lead of tens of thousands of votes.
“Georgia officials who have fecklessly asserted that the general election was an ‘amazing success’ ‘with no credible evidence of irregularity’ are undermining public confidence in the integrity of our elections,” State Republican Chairman David Shafer said when announcing the lawsuit.
“Our lawsuit does not rely on theories about the voting machines. These theories will be explored in other lawsuits. Instead, we painstakingly show thousands of examples of ‘low tech’ voting irregularities and fraud sufficient in scale to place the election result in doubt,” Shafer continued.
According to the lawsuit, “a sufficient number of illegal votes” were “jointly and severally, improperly” counted by election officials despite their disqualifications. These votes violating Georgia state law, the plaintiffs argued, mostly fall on the shoulders of Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger who is “required to maintain and update a list of registered voters within this state.”
Instead of properly updating the voter registration lists, the lawsuit alleges that these fraudulent votes included:
66,247 underage registrants
2,423 people who were not on the state’s voter rolls
4,926 voters who had registered in another state after they registered in Georgia, making them ineligible
395 people who cast votes in another state for the same election
15,700 voters who had filed a national change of address forms without re-registering
40,279 people who had moved counties without re-registering
1,043 people who claimed the physical impossibility of a P.O. Box as their address
98 people who registered after the deadline
10,315 people who were deceased on election day (8,718 of whom had been registered as dead before their votes were accepted)
305,701 people who, according to state records, applied for an absentee ballot past the deadline (more than 180 days before the election)
92 voters whose absentee ballots were cast before they even requested one
13 people who weren’t registered voted with absentee ballots
2,664 absentee ballots were mailed from elections offices before the earliest date permitted by law
50 peoples’ absentee ballots were counted despite being returned and accepted before the earliest allowed date
2 people whose ballot applications were rejected voted anyway
217 people who voted by absentee ballots were “applied for, issued, and received all on the same day.”
Everyone knew the Democrats were going to try to steal their way into the presidency - but nobody thought they would go this far.
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