Election Day contractor Carter Jones cited widespread election integrity failures including double-counting, insecure storage, and a “massive chain of custody problem” in a 29-page memo explaining his findings investigating a Georgia county’s election process obtained by Just the News.
Jones’s minuet-by-minuet report covered the ballot counting at Fulton County, Georgia where he was reportedly handpicked to monitor the election results. However, the election worker reported a plethora of problems that happened under his watch, including the removal of election materials at a vote collection warehouse.
Possibly the most troubling was Jones bombshell revelation that he witnessed the Atlanta-area election centers engaging in the suspicious movement of “too many” ballots on election day.
“This seems like a massive chain of custody problem,” the contractor Carter Jones warned in the memo delivered by his firm Seven Hill Strategies to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger’s office shortly after the election.
The eport flies in the face of what Raffensperger promised would happen in his state in January of this year when told “60 Minutes” that he would take a plethora of measures to ensure Georgia had “safe, secure, honest elections.”
Jones, however, tells an entirely different story, including absentee ballots that defied security protocols for sealed containers being moved into Atlanta’s State Farm Arena “in rolling bins 2k at a time,” at 4:00 p.m. on Election Day and a fellow worker’s threat to “f*ck sh*t up.”
According to Jones ballots are “supposed to be moved in numbered, sealed boxes to protect them,” but that wasn’t the case possibly because there were “Too many ballots coming in for secure black ballot boxes.”
Jones’ entire report, including photographs taken by the election worker, can be read here.