Back in January, RINO Georgia Secretary Of State Brad Raffensperger blasted Trump’s claims that there was widespread fraud in Georgia.
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said Monday that the data President Donald Trump cited to him throughout an hour-long phone call Saturday to claim there was rampant voter fraud in the state’s presidential election “is just plain wrong.”
“He did most of the talking. We did most of the listening but I did want to make my points that the data that he has is just plain wrong,” Raffensperger said of the extraordinary call during an exclusive interview with ABC News Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos on “Good Morning America.”
“He had hundreds and hundreds of people he said that were dead that voted. We found two, that’s an example of just — he has bad data,” he said.
Remember he even leaked a phone call to the Washington Post to smear Trump:
Now, that the fraud has been exposed he is seemingly changing his tune telling Fulton County that they need to clean up their act.
Now, according to the article, Brad Raffensperger still doesn’t think the election was stolen.
There is only one problem with that.
How can you know if an election was stolen or not if you have an entire county with results that can’t be trusted?
The article below also claims that he had been critical of Fulton County in the past.
There is only one issue with that.
He wasn’t critical when it mattered.
He needed to be calling out the fraud on election night and the days after, not covering it up.
2020 Election Integrity: Georgia – Court Supervised Forensic Audit – Lizard King Sec of State Makes Useless Political Noises
— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) July 15, 2021
He is trying to cover up for the fact that Georgia’s election was not free or fair.
It was riddled with fraud.
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