Georgia Secretary Of State Says He Will Investigate Fulton County Ballots Lacking Chain Of Custody

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Earlier today, The Palmieri Report reported on the bombshell finding that Fulton County did not have proper chain of custody for all of their absentee ballots. 

A Fulton County Election official admitted that the chain of custody documents for some 2020 absentee ballots deposited in drop boxes are missing.

385 transfer forms out of around 1,565 are missing.

Fulton County Election Official: Chain Of Custody Documents Missing For Some 2020 Absentee Ballots Deposited In Drop Boxes

Now, we have this.

Georgia Secretary Of State Brad Raffensperger said that this will be investigated thoroughly.

Twitter users pointed out that this has been known for months and nothing was done:

Is this good news or just another cover-up?

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