(PatriotWise.com)- After President Trump began attacking both Governor Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger over the highly questionable handling of Fulton County’s ballot counting, Raffensperger went on a bit of a media tour to “debunk” the President’s claims of voter fraud.
He appeared on CBS’ “60 Minutes” where he assured Scott Pelly that Georgia had “safe, secure, honest elections.”
In a subsequent interview with ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos, Raffensperger discussed the infamous recorded phone call between his office and President Trump. During the interview, Raffensperger never let on what is now known – namely that the recording leaked by a staffer to the Washington Post did not, in fact, have President Trump demanding Raffensperger to find enough votes for him to win.
Instead, Raffensperger maintained that the President’s allegations in the call were “just plain wrong” and that after an audit of Cobb County the Georgia Bureau of Investigation determined “no fraudulent absentee ballots” were uncovered.
Raffensperger exploited the now-discredited “recording” to launch his media blitz and passive-aggressively portray Donald Trump as an unhinged liar.
But it wasn’t Donald Trump who lying.
Explosive reporting from Just the News over the past week has uncovered evidence that President Trump’s concerns about possible voter fraud and the mishandling of ballots were not baseless whatsoever.
Just the News reported last week that a staggering one hundred batches of absentee ballots in Fulton County have gone missing.
According to documents submitted to state officials as part of a post-election audit of Fulton County significant irregularities were found – from identical vote tallies repeated multiple times to large batches of absentee ballots that seem to be missing from the official ballot-scanning records.
This could potentially impact thousands of the ballots cast in a state Joe Biden won by fewer than twelve thousand votes.
Over the weekend, Just the News expanded on its reporting of these documents – featuring a 29-page memo written by the contractor hired by the state to monitor Fulton County during the November election.
The memo cites a number of failures and mismanagement that occurred in Fulton County during the counting of ballots — including double-counting, insecure storage, and “massive chain of custody” problems.
This report was turned into the Secretary of State’s office shortly after the election – long before Brad Raffensperger went on his media campaign to smear Donald Trump as an unhinged liar.