(Liberty Bell) – When it comes to the forces that seem to be aligned together against those who are fighting — in legal ways and means — to preserve our freedom and liberty, most folks think of Democrats, but to be honest, there are more than a few Republicans who have betrayed conservative values and have partnered up with big government goons on the left.
The corrupt Republican leadership in the state of Georgia is a perfect example. These folks continue to pretend they are faithful conservatives, but through this ordeal with the 2020 election and all the evidence in their state piling up in favor of voter fraud swinging the results of the election, most of us are seeing their true colors.
One of the most corrupt individuals in this fray, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, is continuing to pretend like he’s a man of high moral character who is fighting on behalf of the people in his state, but he’s not.
Despite all of the evidence that has been collected and all of the fraudulent acts exposed, Raffensperger still tries acting like he is working for the will of the people and yet he certified the sketchy results of the 2020 election. There’s no way of knowing, right now, who is really pulling his strings, but maintaining a free and fair election was definitely not his end goal.
According to Gateway Pundit, when former President Donald Trump attempted to talk some sense into Raffensperger, he started telling whoppers, leaked the conversation to the most untrustworthy publication in the country, the Washington Post, and then trashed evidence that he himself conjured up. Too bad for him, he got caught.
“Raffensperger is not a good man or an honest man and his actions show it. He handed the Georgia election to Joe Biden knowing there were hundreds of thousands of invalid votes for Joe Biden included in the results he certified. Now crooked Raffensperger is pretending that he didn’t know and he’s expressing anger towards the Fulton County election team because they got caught,” the report says.
Here’s what Raffensperger recently said in a post on Twitter:
New revelations that Fulton County is unable to produce all ballot drop box transfer documents will be investigated thoroughly, as we have with other counties that failed to follow Georgia rules and regulations regarding drop boxes. This cannot continue.
— GA Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (@GaSecofState) June 14, 2021
The only thing Raffensperger cares about is how Fulton County got caught with their hand in the cookie jar.
On Monday evening of this week, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene made an appearance on “The Water Cooler” program hosted by David Brody, who told his audience, “Real election fraud occurred…it is a big deal…I think this one’s going to explode.”
BREAKING: @mtgreenee on GA election official acknowledging large amount of documents missing for 2020 absentee ballots “Real election fraud occurred…it is a big deal…I think this one’s going to explode.”
— Real America’s Voice (RAV) (@RealAmVoice) June 14, 2021
A guy as corrupt as Raffensperger should probably be spending some serious time in an orange jumpsuit. This man recorded a conversation with the president, then released the audio and lied about what was actually said during the chat.
The guy then created an investigation into what the president said on the phone. He was clearly attempting to shut down any questions concerning fraud in the election results, which he himself certified.
And all of this despite the fact that there is chain of custody documentation missing from almost 24 percent of the ballots from the election. That’s 1 in 4 ballots, folks.
Clearly, something is wrong here. An investigation needs to be launched into Raffensperger, along with an audit of Fulton County’s ballots. We need to know the truth.
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