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July 02nd, 2022
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larry phillipsGUEST COLUMN, Larry Phillips, Kismet


EDITOR’S NOTE: This is Part 1 of a 4-Part series concerning 2020 voting irregularities in Georgia and the following January 2021, Senate elections.

I actually laugh out loud – as I’m siting at home alone – when Joe Biden pronounces that there were absolutely no voting improprieties in the 2020 general election and subsequent U.S. Senate runoff in Georgia.

He lies, and most of us who aren’t leftist robots know he lies. He knows he lies, too, but does it anyway because he knows there is about 20 percent of the electorate that would jump into a river full of piranhas and crocodiles if he told them to. Robot lemmings. 

And truth is bubbling its way to the top of the sess pool to soon be bursting upon America. Reality will show its ugly face and curse the progressive commies that have been forcing swill down our throats.

The left quickly plotted how to subvert local and national elections as the pandemic gripped the nation.

Most of the election workers – county election boards and volunteers – are composed of progressives – people who are the bedrock of the deep swamp everybody talks about but seldom explains. 

Bureaucracy is the old term, which is defined as “a system of government in which most of the important decisions are made by state (and local) officials rather than by elected representatives.”

Unfortunately some leftists don’t even know what bureaucracy means – just ask a 20-year-old genius from Harvard or Yale.

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Anyway, these sewercrats on election boards realized if they scared people enough about the China Flu, the people would tolerate shenanigans, er … changes to normal election “law” — changes which had never been made in our country’s 230-plus years of existence — unconstitutional changes made by unelected officials.

They decided to mail out ballots to everybody, dead or alive or even if they were legally recorded on the election rolls – then have volunteers pick up the ballots and drop them off at polling stations (more illegality).

But they decided it was even better if they set out “ballot drop boxes” so volunteers could pick up ballots (ballot harvesters – for you Haw-vawd students) and drop them into these boxes set up all over the state with no election officials’ overseeing them.

In the Georgia elections, since “a new Georgia law strictly prohibits third-party activists from picking up and delivering ballots on behalf of voters, a tactic called ‘harvesting’ that liberal organizers have tried to get legalized in many battleground states without success, changes were made to set up video cameras at every ballot drop box acrosss the state including Fulton County, home to Atlanta,” according to a Jan. 4 report by John Solomon posted at

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has recently confirmed to Just the News that his office, “has launched an investigation into an allegation of systematic ballot harvesting during the state’s 2020 general election and subsequent U.S. Senate runoff and may soon issue subpoenas to secure evidence,” according to Solomon’s reporting.

Ironically (or disgustingly) it was Raffensperger, a Republican, who along with Georgia GOP Governor Jack Kemp, “rebuffed Trump’s claims of widespread fraud in the November election and declared on ‘60 Minutes’ that Georgia had a mostly secure and fair election.”

Now we suddenly have an official probe, and it’s all due to a few groups; mainly True the Vote, a conservative voter integrity group, that issued a complaint to Raffensperger in a detailed complaint on Nov. 30, 2021.

The election integrity group The Amistad Project is involved with truth finding and Georgia also faces pressure from Just the News and Judicial Watch, as well.

“Raffensperger said his office is considering asking the State Elections Board to issue subpoenas to secure evidence such as the names of suspected ballot harvesters,” according to Solomon’s report.

True the Vote claimed, “… its evidence included video footage from surveillance cameras placed by counties outside the drop boxes as well as geolocation data for the cell phones of more than 200 activists seen on the tapes purportedly showing the dates and times of ballot drop-offs,” according to documents reviewed by Just the News.

The group also has interviewed a Georgia man (a witness) “… who admitted he participated in extensive ballot harvesting during the November 2020 election and Jan. 5 runoffs and was paid $10 for each ballot he collected from a voter and delivered to a box.”

The video footage True the Vote, “… showed numerous instances of people stuffing large numbers of ballots into the boxes, some with so many ballots in hand that some of the envelopes dropped to the ground,” Solomon reported. “Some people were allegedly observed taking pictures of themselves at the boxes after delivering ballots, an action the group said may have been required to receive payments.

“The group said many of the alleged drops – more than 40 percent of those observed on tape – occurred between the hours of midnight and 5 a.m., when most Georgians were asleep,” Solomon added.

Gov. Kemp, “who received a briefing last spring from True the Vote on its harvesting allegations about (the matter) but did not take it any further after True the Vote did not volunteer the names of suspected ballot traffickers.”

Kemp did refer the matter to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, but the GBI did not seek any subpoenas to try to secure the evidence either. They ignored the evidence.

Watch for more details to follow on how True the Vote used phone data it purchased which “overlaid with video suggested 242 people engaged in a total of 5,662 ballot drops, an average of 23 runs per alleged harvester, the group alleged in the complaint,” Solomon pointed out.

Not only has Raffensperger acknowledged the problems, he has “now” admitted that vote-counting in the state’s largest county of Fulton, where Atlanta is located, suffered from widespread mismanagement and irregularities in 2020.

The video evidence the group obtained will be critical in the future trials, but Solomon discovered three days after this report that county election offices in much of the state have already destroyed the video recordings on numerous drop box locations.

The stench from this obvious illegality is overwhelming and one can only hope Biden chokes on it the next time he spews his lies about no evidence was found of election irregularities.


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