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BREAKING: Georgia Senate Committee Approves Bill Allowing State Elections Board to Investigate Corrupt Secretary of State Raffensperger

A Georgia Senate Committee has approved a bill that will allow the Secretary of State’s office to be investigated by the State Election Board. 

In mid-December the Georgia Board of Elections had on its agenda the investigation of the Secretary of State’s office.  All of America was wondering how the Board would address this.

Will the Georgia Board of Elections Decide to Move Forward with the Investigation into Secretary of State Raffensperger This Week?

Then came the meeting and the Chair by the name of Mashburn set the rules so that the investigation would not go forward without the Board asking the legislature to provide support for doing so.

Georgia Board of Elections Chair Mashburn Pushes Investigation of Secretary of State Raffensperger to the Legislature

Local media reports that a bill was approved by the Georgia Senate that will allow the State Election Board to investigate Georgia’s corrupt Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.

A Senate committee Tuesday approved a bill that would allow the State Election Board to investigate Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger — a move that could further strain the independence of his office.

Senate Bill 358 also would remove Raffensperger as a nonvoting member of the election board. The move follows lawmakers’ 2021 decision to remove Raffensperger as chairman of the board that oversees elections in Georgia.

The bill will not “strain the independence of the Secretary of State’s office” as reported above.  It will provide an avenue to investigate the Secretary of State when he/she commits crimes and certifies an election with multitudes of illegal ballots being counted and included in the final vote tally.
Let’s hope Georgia’s Senate passes the bill.  The 2020 Election never should have been certified and it is only prudent for an independent entity to investigate why the election was certified by Raffensperger. 

 

 

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