The backlog of election and voter fraud cases in Georgia is so bad, it will “take years” to process them. Some believe the state’s Secretary of State’s office is deliberately stalling.
Initially, Brad Raffensperger announced his investigators were processing over 250 cases of election fraud right after the November 2020 election. That number is skyrocketing.
Citizens are claiming Secretary Raffensperger could be stalling so as not to make himself look so bad after he illegally leaked a phone conversation he had with President Donald J. Trump to the New York Times that was cut and spliced to tarnish the real discussion.
Rassenberger and Georgia Governor Brian Kemp have been known to have ties with the Chinese Communist Party, Dominion Voting Machines and Deep State operatives. Their offices have been criticized for hiding and downplaying election fraud in Georgia.
David Worley of the State Election Board, said, “There has been a backlog in the Secretary of State’s Office investigative division, so some of these cases are three and four years old.”
“The Secretary of State’s Office is trying to work through these cases and present them to us, so we have a large number of cases at our meetings,” Worley surmised.
Kemp and Rassenberger have found themselves so unpopular with most Georgians, that even some liberal media has not been good to them.
According to the Secretary of State’s Office, the following cases are just a small sample of the most recent:
- Floyd Jones and the Fayette County Board of Elections and Voter Registration where he was the director at the time for alleged improper handling of four memory cards registering 2,760 votes in the Nov. 3, 2020, general election. However, look at this headline:
- The New Georgia Project which allegedly submitted 1,268 voter registration applications after the 10-day deadline, causing voters to be disenfranchised in the March 19, 2019, special election. However, look at this headline:
- Samunta Shomine Pittman of Atlanta for allegedly submitting 70 false voter registration applications while canvassing for the Coalition for the People’s Agenda.
- Joseph Lee Blackmon of Atlanta for allegedly registering to vote while serving a felony sentence.
- Hassan Dawud Musaddiq of Decatur for allegedly voting while serving a felony sentence.
- Michael M. Ware of Columbus for allegedly voting while serving a felony sentence.
- Brian Keith Pritchard of Cherry Log for allegedly voting while serving a felony sentence.
- Talibah Fagueera Fatimah Bint Abdul Hamid Bratton of Lilburn for allegedly submitting a false voter registration application.
- Sharmaine Swift of Lithonia for allegedly submitting a false voter registration application.
- Sophia Sharpe of Valdosta for allegedly voting in another person’s name.
- Albert Niks of Winder for allegedly voting as a non-citizen.
- Sean Watson of Covington for allegedly voting as a non-citizen.
- Clifton Seymour Salmon of Fairburn for allegedly registering to vote as a non-citizen.
- Hurlstone Hendy of Locust Grove for allegedly voting as a non-citizen.
Raised in San Antonio, Jack Dennis’ early experiences were as a newspaper reporter and private investigator. With a Texas State University bachelor’s degree, Jack studied journalism, education and psychology. He was the founding vice-president of Sigma Delta Chi, the Association of Professional Journalists at the University. Jack has received numerous awards, including Investigative Reporter of the Year from Rocky Mountain Press Association, David Ashworth Community Award, and Leadership in Management.
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He is author of “Miracles of Justice,” a true courtroom drama novel about social injustice and miracles.