Georgia is questioning the validity of a large number of mail-in ballots from last November that allegedly appear to be identical Xeroxed copies that are uncreased, and use identical paper and ink.
Fulton County poll manager Suzi Voyles has never seen anything like it during her 20 years of monitoring elections in Fulton County. “All of them were strangely pristine,” she noted. She noticed the discrepancy as she sorted through a large stack of mail-in ballots last November. As she went through the ballots she saw that a number of the ones cast for Joe Biden were strangely similar to each other right down to the ink and paper.
The votes were identical in nature with perfectly filled ovals. Each of the bubbles featured an identical white void inside them that was shaped like a tiny crescent. The darkened ovals appear to have been copied rather than filled in with a pen or pencil according to RealClearInvestigations.
Voyles also noted that the ballots in question were printed on different paper than the others she had counted. None of them were folded or creased either which is the norm for mail-in ballots since they arrive in envelopes.
The stack of ballots was labeled “State Farm Arena.” There were 110 ballots in that particular stack and all but three of them were marked for Biden. They appeared to be “identical ballots.”
Voyles came forward and voiced her concerns over the anomaly. For her diligence, she was fired as a poll manager by the Fulton County Department of Elections. “I got the boot for speaking the truth,” she said.
She was not alone in noticing the oddity of the ballots. At least three other poll workers all witnessed the same identical ballots.
Voyles and others who spoke up over the ballot inconsistencies used their sworn affidavits to sway a state judge who is now calling to unseal all of the 147,000 mail-in ballots in Fulton County and allow further inspection and verification of them. They contend that there are potentially tens of thousands of ballots that were manufactured to help Biden win the presidential race in Georgia by a razor-thin margin of 12,000 votes.
“We have what is almost surely major absentee-ballot fraud in Fulton County involving 10,000 to 20,000 probably false ballots,” stated Garland Favorito, who is the lead petitioner in the case and is also a certified poll watcher. He runs VoterGa.org, which is one of the leading advocates for election integrity in the state of Georgia.
“We have confirmed that there are five pallets of shrink-wrapped ballots in a county warehouse,” he claimed. The ballots are in the custody of election officials and the public is not allowed to view them.
The county has filed a number of motions to dismiss the case but the petitioners are not backing down: “We will be in court on June 21 to resolve these motions,” Favorito said. He says the motions are just another “roadblock” the county is utilizing to try and block their efforts.
Superior Court Judge Brian Amero ordered on May 21 that officials guard the warehouse where the ballots are being kept around the clock until an inspection date could be set. Eight days later, there was a serious breach in security that was reported after sheriff’s deputies inexplicably left their post for a couple of hours.
“The front door was [found] unlocked and wide open in violation of the court order,” Favorito reported.
County officials verified that a motion-detection alarm was triggered on May 29, following the departure of deputies from the building in their patrol cars at approximately 4 p.m. They claim a locked room where the ballots are being housed “was never breached or compromised.” Favorito isn’t buying that claim.
He is seeking to gain access to the security footage within the building. “How do we know for certain there was no tampering with the ballots?” asked Favorito, who, it should be noted, did not vote for former President Trump.
Trump sounded off concerning the security breach: “Great work is being done in Georgia revealing the Election Fraud of the 2020 Presidential Election. But, we must not allow ANYONE to compromise these ballots by leaving the building unsecured, which was done late Friday. Republicans and Patriots must protect this site and the Absentee Ballots. The Left talks about election security but they do not practice what they preach because they are afraid of what might be found. Fulton County Leadership—do the right thing and protect these ballots. Our Country is at stake!”
“It is outrageous that Fulton County continues to be a target of those who cannot accept the results from last year’s election,” Fulton County Commission Chairman Robb Pitts, who is a Democrat, proclaimed following the judge’s ruling in favor of a review in Fulton County of mail-in ballots. “The votes have been counted multiple times, including a hand recount, and no evidence of fraud has been found.”
People want answers and action over the Georgia ballot oddities:
Why is no one talking about the fact that a judge in Fulton County who regularly donates to Democrats signed off on a forensic audit of Georgia ballots after reading sworn affidavits outlining allegations of voter fraud & irregularities?
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) June 8, 2021
A sample of 950 military ballots in Georgia came back being 100% for Biden.
I think we are on to something.
— Gr!ff. 🎤 The Real GOP (@Griff_GOP) June 7, 2021
Our Sovereignty is at stake.
— uniquedeehan1 (@uniquedeehan1) June 9, 2021
Is anyone surprised?
Pushing for mail-in ballots without ID or verification is the exact same as cheating. Gee, who demanded that prior to the election?
— Brad Ellman (@BradEllman) June 9, 2021
Ensuring integrity of ballots is a patriotic act
That’s what’s being asked
— BEAM (@AliciaBarrasso) June 8, 2021
You don’t say. I wonder how that happened?
— Gipper (@Gipper67626400) June 8, 2021
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