Americans are frustrated because many officials seem uninterested in getting to the bottom possible voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election. While whistleblowers are still coming forward, some states have refused to even hear the evidence.
A statement on behalf of Gov. Brian Kemp (R-GA) and Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan (R-GA) shut down four Georgia state Senators’ proposal to convene the General Assembly in a special session to examine the problematic presidential election in their state, Breitbart reported. T
The move would have opened the door for the body to select new presidential electors, but the statement claimed that was “not an option that is allowed under state or federal law.”
Several news outlets reported that President Donald Trump had called Kemp to request the remedy. He also publicly tweeted to the governor about election irregularities, saying Kemp refused “to do signature verification, which would give us an easy win. What’s wrong with this guy? What is he hiding?”
The Republican Governor of Georgia refuses to do signature verification, which would give us an easy win. What’s wrong with this guy? What is he hiding?
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 7, 2020
“State law is clear: the legislature could only direct an alternative method for choosing presidential electors if the election was not able to be held on the date set by federal law,” the joint statement said. “In the 1960s, the General Assembly decided that Georgia’s presidential electors will be determined by the winner of the state’s popular vote.”
Georgia officials should at least consider further scrutinizing the election results, even if Trump’s chosen remedy isn’t possible. Not only was President-elect Joe Biden’s victory very close — he only won the state by less than 12,000 of the nearly 5 million votes — but a video released last week may be the smoking gun on voter fraud in the state.
WATCH: Video footage from Georgia shows suitcases filled with ballots pulled from under a table AFTER supervisors told poll workers to leave room and 4 people stayed behind to keep counting votes pic.twitter.com/AcbTI1pxn4
— Team Trump (Text TRUMP to 88022) (@TeamTrump) December 3, 2020
Surveillance video from the State Farm Arena, where ballots were being tallied, showed workers removing suitcases full of ballots from underneath tables draped in tablecloths the morning after media, ballot counters, and Republican observers had already left the area. The claim was supposedly debunked by Big Tech, but Mollie Hemmingway’s piece in The Federalist asserts that is simply not true.
According to Hemmingway, multiple sources confirmed that the observers were told by supervisors to leave because counting would cease for the night. Two government officials say it never happened, but sworn affidavits from observers and contemporaneous media reports attest that observers were told to leave at 10 p.m. on election night.
There was also supposedly a water main break that supposedly prevented further counting in the early morning hours of Nov. 3, but was really just an overflowing urinal. The Trump team also alleged that mail-in votes were accepted without proper verification and that the uncovered thousands of votes cast illegally.
This year’s presidential election is rife with claims and suspicions that have yet to be completely vetted. Unfortunately, many in government — including Republicans — appear to have a cavalier approach to properly scrutinizing the process in their state. Biden will likely be sworn in as the next President of the United States in January, but it will be under a cloud of suspicion for all of us alert and skeptical enough to believe the evidence before us.