‘F-E-L-O-N-Y’: Lin Wood implicates Georgia secretary of state in vote fraud allegation

Attorney Lin Wood suggested in a late Monday night tweet thread that Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is linked to allegations of widespread vote fraud that led to a Joe Biden victory on Election Night.

“Would someone ask my never-to-be friend Brad Raffensperger @GaSecofState if he has seen this tape of election fraud at State Farm Arena in Fulton Co., GA. Several people have seen it. Many more will see it soon. Video camera eye does not lie. How do you spell Election Fraud?” Wood wrote.

The tweet contained an image of a subpoena, issued by the U.S. District Court of Northern Georgia on Monday, to Scott Wilkinson, the executive vice president and chief legal officer for the NBA’s Atlanta Hawks. The subpoena requires Wilkinson to produce video taken at the team’s State Farm Arena, which was used as a vote-counting center on the night of the Nov. 3 election, between midnight Nov. 3 until midnight Nov. 5.

The subpoena also requires Wilkinson to hand over “any and all documents, including but not limited to work orders, repair orders, incident logs, and correspondence, referring or related to any plumbing issues within the Premises, including but not limited to malfunctioning or broken water pipes and malfunctioning, leaking, or broken toilets within the building,” that occurred within the specified time frame.

WVLT-TV reported around midnight Nov. 4 that officials with Fulton County, home to Atlanta, announced that about 40,000 ballots could not be counted on Election Night due to a broken water main at State Farm Arena.

President Donald Trump lost Georgia by about 12,000 votes.

“In time, people are going to prison in Georgia. Every lie will be revealed. #FightBack for TRUTH,” Wood wrote in a follow-up tweet.


The Georgia-based attorney then added a cryptic tweet Monday night:

Hillary & Brad Raffensperger @GaSecofState overheard at Atlanta cafe tonight:

Brad: Does Bleachbit work on video tapes?

Hillary: Not as well as a hammer.

Brad: Any other way to destroy evidence?

Hillary: If I had been in Nixon’s shoes, I would have burned the tapes.



It appears as if that tweet was meant as a jab at former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton who was implicated in a 2016 FBI investigation as having had emails destroyed while they were under subpoena by Congress.

Late last week in an interview with a local radio station, Wood also said he believes Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) is also involved in election fraud.

“I believe that Brian Kemp is corrupt. And he was corrupted with Chinese money,” Wood told John Fredericks on Friday. “I don’t believe he wants this election overthrown and the real results posted because then Brian Kemp’s gonna be facing a Trump administration attorney general and Brian Kemp will find himself in jail.”

Both he and attorney Sidney Powell have accused Kemp and Raffensberger of allegedly taking kickbacks in a $100 million deal the state signed with Dominion Voting Systems, the company that supplies the state’s electronic voting machines. These claims, however, are completely unverified.

In August 2019, NBC News aired a segment showing how easily those and other electronic ballot machines could be hacked and manipulated during the annual DEFCON event in Las Vegas.


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