Last Updated on December 19, 2020
Two Georgia poll workers who exposed vote fraud and ballot tampering in Fulton County, Georgia, during the November 3, 2020, General Election have received notification that their contracts will not be renewed.
Bridget Thorne and Susan Voyles, who worked as tabulation center workers in Fulton County on November 3, 2020, raised concerns about election irregularities, stating that they witnessed abnormal actions taken by election officials during the vote tabulating process.
These two whistleblowers took their information public. Now they appear to be on the receiving end of a smoky backroom political machine in Democrat-run Fulton County that uses political retribution as a punishment for exposing systemic fraud.
Thorne and Voyles received letters from Dwight Brower, an elections consultant for the Fulton County Department of Registration & Elections, informing the two that Georgia law allows for hiring and firing – or in Thorne and Voyles cases, the re-contracting – of poll managers for each election event.
“There are many factors (management skills, performance, actions, behavior, etc.) considered prior to making reappointments for each primary or election. Unfortunately, a decision has been made to not reappoint you in a poll management or other poll positions in Fulton County,” Brower wrote.
BREAKING EXCLUSIVE: Fulton County, Georgia Whistleblower Bridget Thorne Terminated pic.twitter.com/BQoKWcorTn
— Jess (@jessiprincey) December 17, 2020
Needless to say, this news did not sit well with either of the women.
“I see it as a direct consequence of my being honest,” Voyles told reporters. “In that oath, we say that I will, to the best of my abilities, make sure there is no fraud, deceit – it kind of goes on down like this. So I saw what I was doing was an extension of my job as a poll manager.”
“In other words,” she continued, “I had seen fraud I had seen deceit, I had seen the things that in our poll reading we were warned to stay away from and to report if we see them. I did, and in this case, at this point, the truth was not received well.”
The co-founder of watchdog group Voters Organized for Trusted Election Results in Georgia, Garland Favorito, said of Thorne and Voyles’ termination, “It’s a tremendous concern, not just for me, but for all the voters in the state of Georgia who are informed about this situation.”
“Basically, these whistleblowers,” Favorito continued, “who are trying to correct the fraud in Fulton County, have now been terminated and the people who actually appear to have committed the fraud on election night, by illegally scanning 20,000 ballots into the Fulton County system after they told the monitors that we’re not going to scan anymore, those people appear to still be able to count the votes for the upcoming US Senate race. So everyone is asking, ‘Why?’”
Ironically, and to expose his rank hypocrisy, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (R) – who has continuously insisted there was no vote fraud or ballot tampering in the whole of the State of Georgia – issued a statement Friday that Fulton County should rehire Voyles and Thorne.
“I condemn in the strongest terms the decision by Fulton County elections officials to fire two poll managers purely for raising concerns about the November elections,” Raffensperger said. “Though we have found no credible evidence of widespread fraud, it is important that individuals can raise their voice when they believe they have seen wrongdoing. Retribution against whistleblowers poses a threat to the continued strength and vibrancy of our democracy.”
The exact same polling apparatus – along with the same Dominion Voting system machines and software, and the same tabulation center executive staff – will be in place and unaltered for the all-important January 5, 2021, twin run-off elections that will determine for control of the US Senate and whether the country falls prey to one-party rule under Leftist Democrats.