On December 22nd, the Georgia State Senate released a report, in which a Senate committee details widespread violations of election law and election fraud that took place on the day of the election on Nov 3rd, as well as before and after election day. In addition, the process of changing the manner of how the election was carried out is in violation of the Constitution.
The report concludes, based on the evidence and witness testimonies that were presented under oath, that any reported election results so far must be viewed as untrustworthy.
After weeks of confusion, controversial information and legal battles concerning alleged voter fraud in several states across the US, a Georgia State Senate committee has reached the first official report concerning the allegations. The committee analyzed the evidence and witness testimonies presented under oath. Witnesses filed affidavits, confirming that they are aware that giving a false testimony under oath is a felony.
The committee concluded that there were indeed electoral violations and cases of fraud as follows:
– Proper protocols were not used to ensure the chain of custody of the ballots throughout the election, from the opening of early voting ballots prior to the Election to the recounts.
For example, on October 30th, when early voting finished at the State Farm Arena in Fulton County, Bridget Thorne, an electoral worker with 9 years of experience, observed 40 to 50 scanners being brought into the arena and tens of thousands of ballots being scanned in by random people pulling ballots from random places – no formal procedure, no oaths, no chain of custody. When Thorne objected to this haphazard process, a Dominion employee replied, “It’s fine, we have been doing this all week.”
– According to witness testimony, it was possible or even likely that large numbers of fraudulent ballots were introduced into the pool of ballots which were counted as voted.
Among other cases, the Subcommittee heard testimony regarding pristine absentee ballots whose origin looked suspicious or which could not be verified.
– Duplication of ballots without oversight. The explanation was that military ballots were in an incorrect format or damaged and that electoral workers were transferring these votes to a new ballot. Technically, they were voting for someone else on a voting machine and no one was there to verify what exactly they were doing.
– Ballots were counted from ineligible voters, including the votes of approximately 66,000 underage individuals and 2,500 felons.
– Signatures were not consistently verified according to law in the absentee balloting process.
– Wildly disparate vote totals from the recount. Statistically impossible vote distribution between candidates in large sets of ballots.
While observing the recount at the DeKalb County Board of Elections on November 15th, Mark Amick (a credentialed Statewide Poll Watcher in Milton, Fulton County) saw that a box of ballots was recorded as containing 10,707 votes for Joe Biden and 13 votes for President Trump. He flagged this obvious disparity to the election workers, who then discussed among themselves how it came to be.
Two election officials with whom he engaged about this issue became agitated with Amick for his continued monitoring of the situation. They finally agreed to recount the box, resulting in a revised total of 1,081 votes for Biden and 13 for Trump – still statistically disparate, but 9,626 votes less so. Amick was not certain if the corrected count was actually entered into the final recount totals.
Hal Soucie, a poll watcher of Smyrna, while monitoring State Farm Arena, noticed stacks of ballots quite high, around eight inches high for Biden, yet not a single Trump vote. He stated that he works with data and marketing, and any time figures start reaching the 90th percentile, that type of consumer data can be considered as suspect, and when it gets to 100 percent, it crosses the threshold between improbable and impossible.
Considering initially published election results, which were quite even in general (in Georgia, Biden allegedly received around 15,000 more votes) and which have also been legally challenged in several states, the above distribution figures between the candidates in such amounts of ballots cannot be right.
– Ballots were not secured, seals and security tags were not used.
– There were also many equipment failures when ballots would not go through the machines and at other times, ballots were counted more than once.
– A great deal of testimonies supported evidence of a coordinated effort to prevent a transparent process of observing the counting of ballots during the absentee ballot opening period and on Election Night.
– Obstruction of the work of Republican observers and hostility towards them:
Doors were locked and they were either not allowed into the room where the recounting was taking place, or they were sent home early or given menial assignments, which interfered with their main task of observing.
When Republican observers were allowed into the room where votes were counted, they were ordered to stay at a long distance which prevented an adequate verification of what was actually happening.
– Republican observers were also told not to take pictures or videos, or have other means of acquiring proof of the process that they were experiencing based on a rule from the State Elections Board. That rule contravenes the spirit and purpose of the election law.
– The Secretary of State’s Office was unresponsive to its hotline. It has been unresponsive to many who have wondered if their vote was ever actually counted. The office has turned a blind eye to fraud to the point that it ought to be considered gross negligence.
– Grants from private sources provided financial incentives to county officials and exerted influence over the election process.
The events at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta are particularly disturbing because they demonstrated intent on the part of election workers to exclude the public from seeing the counting of ballots for a certain time, an intentional disregard for the law.
The number of votes that could have been counted in that length of time was sufficient to change the results of the presidential election and the senatorial contests in Georgia.
Furthermore, there appears to have been coordinated illegal activities by election workers themselves who purposely placed fraudulent ballots into the final election totals (known as “ballot stuffing”).
Election Day – a video from State Farm Arena in Fulton County showed a Fulton County Election worker approaching the media and poll monitors. After a brief exchange, the media and monitors packed up and left. This coincided with media reports that everyone was told to leave State Farm Arena around 10 PM on Election Night; workers testified that they were told that tabulation was stopping for the night and would resume the next morning.
Instead, a video from State Farm Arena revealed that about six workers stayed behind. What happened next revealed a coordinated effort by election workers to deliberately conceal their continued counting of ballots from public view, in direct violation of the law.
This incident was premeditated. Those workers pulled out four concealed cases of ballots from under a table and continued counting for another two hours. During those two hours, there were multiple machines running, each of which could process up to 3000 ballots per hour.
A representative of The Secretary of State’s office claimed that it had a representative present during that period, and the media reported that statement widely; it was not true. The representative admitted that he was not present during that time period and is not evident on the video.
The Epoch Times has published a review of the video evidence and the related public discussion.
According to the report, David Cross submitted written testimony with graphs, one of which shows that 136,155 votes suddenly appeared in Biden’s votes sum column at 1:59 AM, November 4, 2020 – just after the late-night activities described above took place at State Farm Arena.
The Subcommittee did not have time to investigate the numerous publicly reported issues with the Dominion voting machines. The Subcommittee heard evidence that the machines have capability for:
– Duplicating fraudulent ballots to the point that not even trained personnel can tell the difference between a test ballot and a real ballot.
– Responding wirelessly to being reset from an unknown location as happened with the poll books.
– Being programmed with algorithms that reallocate votes between candidates.
The Subcommittee learned that the history and control of the company that owns the Dominion voting system is unclear and provides serious implications of foreign interference in the U.S. election.
The oral testimonies of witnesses on December 3, 2020, and subsequently, the written testimonies submitted by many others, provide ample evidence that the 2020 Georgia General Election was so compromised by systemic irregularities and voter fraud that it should not be certified.
All reported instances of irregularities, violations and fraud seem to have benefited the Democrat candidate Joe Biden.
The report calls upon the Legislature to fulfill its obligations under the U.S. Constitution. If a majority of the General Assembly concurs with the findings of this report, the certification of the Election should be rescinded and the General Assembly should act to determine the proper Electors to be certified to the Electoral College in the 2020 presidential race.
Full broadcasts of witness hearings:
GA Senate Committee Releases Damning Report On Election Fraud – Election ‘Untrustworthy’…Recommends Decertifying Electors
The chairman’s report of the Election Law Study Subcommittee of the Standing Senate Judiciary Committee
Summary of testimony from december 3, 2020 hearing
Georgia Video Footage Shows Poll Workers Staying Behind, Producing Boxes of Ballots
Video shows poll workers pulling out boxes of ballots | Georgia election hearing | NTD
LIVE: Trump legal team presents case at Georgia Senate hearing (Dec.3 ) | NTD
Right Side Broadcasting Network
LIVE: Georgia House of Representatives Hearing on Election Irregularities 12/10/20