A Fulton County election official admitted that chain of custody documentation is missing for 2020 absentee ballots deposited into drop boxes according to a report by the Georgia Star News.
According to the report, the official admitted that “a few forms are missing” and that “some procedural paperwork may have been misplaced.” The admission drew scrutiny due to the fact that “a few forms” actually meant 385 transfer forms out of an estimated 1,565 upon further analysis.
A Star News analysis of drop box ballot transfer forms for absentee ballots deposited in drop boxes provided by Fulton County in response to an Open Records Request showed that 385 transfer forms out of an estimated 1,565 transfer forms Fulton County said should have been provided are missing – a number that is significantly greater than “a few” by any objective standard.
The most shocking takeaway from the report would be that the “total number of absentee ballots whose chain of custody was purportedly documented in these 385 missing Fulton County absentee ballot transfer forms was 18,901” votes.
Joe Biden was certified as the winner in Georgia after narrowly defeating President Donald Trump by less than 12,000 votes.
The admission attributes to growing concerns over the security and legitimacy of the 2020 election results in the state of Georgia, as calls for nationwide forensic audits continue to mount all across the United States. Various states, including Georgia, have sent delegates to visit the audit facility in Arizona, suggesting that the audit process will be duplicated in their own states, as National File reported.
National File reported that veteran election officials in Georgia have alleged that 30,000 fake ballots were found after a judge ordered 145,000 absentee ballots to be unsealed. “Six affidavits now, we had four, now it’s six. Six affidavits of veteran election officials are alleging that up to 30,000 of these 147 [thousand] ballots are fake,” said Fredericks. “Somebody printed them up on a machine and ran them through the vote counting machines. They’re not real. They’re not attached to anybody.”
Despite a majority Republican voters believing that the election was stolen, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger have taken a seemingly deliberate lackadaisical approach to bolstering election integrity in the state. Kemp and Raffensperger, who are fighting against an audit in Georgia, have strong ties to the Communist Chinese, as National File reported.
“Republican Georgia governor Brian Kemp met with and made deals with the Chinese Communist Party, according to Chinese-language records. Kemp reportedly “warmly welcomed” the Chinese Consul General from Houston in a meeting in which Kemp invited Chinese business investment in Georgia. That Consul General was accused by the Trump administration’s State Department of running an espionage ring, and the United States closed his Consulate in July 2020.”
Shaye Moss, the daughter and supervisor of Fulton County election worker Ruby Freeman, who was captured on video appearing to tabulate ballots hidden in suitcases under a tablecloth after media and observers were told to vacate the premises following a false claim of a broken water line, has been subpoenaed in a civil case regarding the 2020 election. Moss will be subject to a deposition in which she will be recorded on video, as National File reported.
After The Gateway Pundit identified Ruby Freeman as one of the women in the video, National File identified Shaye Moss as the daughter of Freeman and her immediate supervisor during the election. Moss and Freeman were seen appearing to stop their work, then retrieve suitcases full of ballots that were concealed under a table cloth, and beginning to tabulate those ballots in video released during the aftermath of the 2020 election. (READ MORE: Vote Counter Who Provided Suitcase Ballots Is DAUGHTER Of Vote Counter Ruby Freeman)
The subpoena reveals that “Petitioners will take the videotaped deposition upon oral examination of Wandrea Shaye Moss, on Thursday, June 10, 2021” at the “Fulton County Attorney’s Office”. The document continues, “The witness will be examined upon deposition for purposes of discovery, and immediately thereafter will be deposed for preservation of testimony for use at trial”.