The Palmieri Report previously reported on Georgia finally opening an investigation into ballot harvesting in Georgia.
Video evidence and testimony exists of this.
We now have an update on the investigation.
Some evidence regarding illegal ballot harvesting is now missing.
The reason for the missing evidence is allegedly because the counties didn’t think they needed to keep the evidence more than 30 days after the election.
But some of Georgia’s largest counties tell Just the News that they no longer possess evidence that could be helpful to probing the harvesting allegations: video camera surveillance footage that monitored the drop boxes installed around Georgia to help voters cast ballots during the pandemic.
Election officials in several counties say the reason they discarded the footage is that the emergency rules issued by the State Elections Board said they only needed to keep the footage for 30 days after the election.
“We took direction from the Secretary of State and State Election Board, assuming they were not implementing a Rule contrary to law,” said the Cobb County elections office, which acknowledged it deleted its video footage from 2020. “Drop boxes were established under an emergency order from the Governor.”
Fulton County, home to Atlanta and the state’s largest voting metropolis, said it too has long since deleted the files.
“I was informed that the videos were only required to be kept for 30 days post-election,” spokeswoman Regina Waller said. “Please see bullet point number 5 of the attached SEB Rule regarding Elections in Georgia.”
So, let’s follow the narrative.
Conservatives call for an investigation into Georgia’s election only days after the election.
Conservatives are called conspiracy theorists and smeared over it.
An investigation is finally launched but by the time it is key evidence is deleted.
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