Vernon Jones Calls On Brian Kemp To Resign

( On July 9, law professor and attorney Margot Cleveland reported in the Federalist that there is now evidence that more than ten thousand illegal votes were cast in Georgia during the 2020 election.

About 35,000 Georgia residents moved from one Georgia county to another more than 30 days before the November election, however, it appears that more than 10,300 of those people voted in the county where they no longer lived.

Last week, Cleveland reported that the Secretary of State’s office had confirmed that it is investigating this. However, the Secretary of State’s office claims that it is not as simple as it appears.

The point of contention is the 1993 Voter Registration Act which prevents voter-list maintenance of voter rolls within ninety days of an election. This, according to Secretary of State Raffensperger, is what prevented him from purging outdated voters before 2020.

It was also learned this week that a review of digital images of mail-in ballots made public under Georgia’s new election law has revealed duplicate ballots in Fulton County.

However, coupled with the problems of people voting in counties where they do not live as well as other discrepancies found in the review of mail-in ballot images, it is clear that the Brad Raffensperger’s claim that Georgia’s election was without fraud is not true.

In response to clearer evidence of election maleficence in the November election, former Georgia Democrat-turned-Republican Vernon Jones is demanding that Georgia Governor Brian Kemp resign from office. He is also demanding that the Georgia Bureau of Investigation into double-counted ballots and the problems of missing chain of custody documents.

Jones accused Governor Kemp of failing to do his “due diligence” before certifying the Georgia election results.

It is highly unlikely Governor Kemp will resign over this. And, in truth, Vernon Jones has his own motives for demanding it. He is, after all, looking to primary Kemp in 2022. As election fraud is a volatile issue, no doubt Jones is hoping to capitalize on it in order to boost his own political prospects.

Meanwhile, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is demanding Fulton County officials terminate Fulton County elections director Rick Barron and Fulton County registration chief Ralph Jones. These are the two people who were actually in a position to prevent election fraud in Fulton County. And they did nothing.