Heat on vote fraud as Georgia, Arizona audits draw near
By TONY MOBILIFONITIS
WHILE many freedom fighters worldwide have been focused on the furore around the Arizona Senate’s planned forensic audit of 2.1 million ballots, Georgia’s Fulton County ballots from the 2020 election will soon come under expert analysis.
The non-mainstream Georgia Star News reported on March 16 that Henry County Judge Brian Amero conditionally granted members of the VoteGA coalition the right to unseal ballots from last November’s presidential election in Fulton County, and inspect those ballots for evidence of voter fraud.
Despite the repeated big media lie about “baseless election fraud allegations”, Georgia activist Garland Favorito and paper forensics expert Jovan Pulitzer point to sworn affidavits from several poll managers who say they handled counterfeit ballots during the November hand count “audit”. The count was trumpeted by election officials and media as “evidence there was no fraud”.
On November 19, the Chicago Tribune carried an Associated Press report quoting election official Gabriel Sterling as saying: “Every single vote was touched by a human audit team and counted. Obviously, the audit confirms the original result of the election, namely that Joe Biden won the presidential contest in the state of Georgia.” Sterling was the official who oversaw the implementation of the state’s new voting system, now the subject of lawsuits from Judicial watch.
The poll managers who filed affidavits say the mail-in ballots were not marked with a writing instrument as required for mail-in ballots. Favorito told The Star News the ballots also appeared to be on suspicious paper stock, something that Pulitzer can quite easily detect with scanning tools. Favorito and Pulitzer have received offers from hundreds of volunteers for a recount and audit in Fulton County – the state’s most populous county.
The Judicial Watch lawsuits against Georgia’s turncoat Republican administrators, most notably the secretary of state Brad Raffensperger, are seeking emails and other records related to the controversial election rules deal with the Democratic Party, which opponents say inappropriately eroded anti-fraud provisions relating to absentee ballots.
In April last year Judicial Watch found thousands of people who could have enrolled to vote in Georgia had non-residential addresses. Judicial Watch shared the information with Raffensperger’s office and asked for an inquiry. Then on January 5th this year, Judicial Watch reported 4700 people who may have enrolled using nonresidential addresses voted absentee in the 2020 presidential election.
Fulton County election officials have resisted every effort so for a proper audit of ballots. Last month, as reported by The Star News, the Fulton County Registration and Elections Board fired its elections director, Richard Barron. But the county board of commissioners reversed the decision the day after and confirmed it at their March 3 meeting.
Meanwhile Arizona and national media trotted out their predictable “no evidence of the vote fraud” response as Arizona Senate representatives pushed forward with their audit plans. The latest “no evidence” comment came from a Phoenix TV political reporter who regurgitated the uproar over state senator Sonny Borelli telling a woman in possession of shredded 2020 ballots not to give them to the state’s attorney general as the risk of them disappearing would be high. The woman recorded her conversation with Senator Borelli without telling him and then broadcast it on social media.
The ensuing uproar was one that Borelli and his supporters did not need, with so much to organize around the forensic audit. His suggestion was common sense, as what sitting administration at state and national level in the United States can be trusted to protect such evidence against the powerful networks that are buying and selling elections across the globe? But of course, Borelli was targeted as “the sneaky, bad politician speaking against trusted state officials”.
The battle faced by Senator Borelli, Senate president Karen Fann and others around them is running hot. Dr Lyle Rapacki, who has been offering constant, online independent media support for the battle, said people were watching from many countries.
He said the distribution of the recorded conversation with Borelli caused “a massive storm” and division among even those fighting for the audit. People have been putting out false information on the audit, such as one report claiming Senate president Karen Fann was no longer supporting the audit. “Fann has been under terrible attack,” said Rapacki, who assured his audience she was still pushing the audit.
Rapacki said the forensic audit was a massive job to organize, especially “without a rule book” as this type of audit had never been undertaken before in the state or nation. They needed to hire 130 people from all backgrounds to be trained to count the 2.1 million ballots, along with supervisors and a location with room for 60 counters on tables with monitoring cameras.