Georgia Poll Workers Claim They Were Fired For Exposing Voting Irregularities

Two Georgia Poll Workers are claiming that they were fired for exposing Voter Fraud that took place in Fulton County, Georgia during the 2020 election.

You really can’t make this stuff up at this point.

Just The News: 

Two Georgia poll workers who had witnessed what they said were election irregularities were told this week that their contracts will not be renewed. 

The two women, Bridget Thorne and Susan Voyles, were poll workers in Fulton County, which includes approximately 90% of the city of Atlanta. They were informed of their termination in letters from the Fulton County Department of Registration and Elections, which were shown to Epoch Media Group.

The letter didn’t offer any specific reasons for terminating the two women, saying, “There are many factors (management skills, performance, actions, behavior, etc.) considered prior to making reappointments for each primary or election. Unfortunately, a decision has been made to not reappoint you in a poll management or other poll positions in Fulton County.”

But the women believe that they were being singled out for being whistleblowers and just telling the truth. 

One of the Whistleblowers exposed a giant batch of pristine ballots that were 98% for Joe Biden.

The other one exposed the lack of proper handling of early ballots and the poor “chain of command”.

Conservative Journalist Paul Sperry claimed that they are going to take action against Whistleblowers so that they can steal the Senate runoff election in Georgia:

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