During a leaked phone call, President Trump warned Georgia officials about the shredding of ballots in Fulton County to hide evidence that he won.
President Trump was speaking to Georgia officials, including Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, and told them that Fulton County and others were shredding ballots, allegedly of Republican voters, to hide the fact that the President won the state, and not Joe Biden.
“I’m just telling you Ryan [Germany, Raffensperger’s lawyer], they’re shredding ballots,” President Trump said. “You should look at that very carefully, because that’s so illegal. You may not even believe it because it’s so bad. They’re shredding ballots because they think we’re going to eventually get there, because we’ll eventually get into Fulton [County]. In my opinion it’s never too late.”
The President noted that only 11,000 votes needed to be recovered in order to flip the state back to him. “We have far more than that as it stands now. We’ll have more and more,” Trump added. The President has faced criticism from the mainstream media and liberal commentators, claiming that the focus on “finding” 11,000 votes is proof he is trying to create votes out of thin air.
The President’s words were backed up by Stanford researcher and inventor Jovan Pulitzer. Pulitzer, who appeared at the Georgia Senate Judiciary’s subcommittee on elections last week and hacked into Dominion’s voting machines real-time during the hearing, had been ready to audit the ballots in Fulton County. However, only a few hours after the decision had been made by the Georgia Senate, ballots started being removed.
“Just a few hours later, at the very place these ballots were supposed to be secured, moving trucks back up and start mysteriously loading things out of this warehouse [in Fulton County],” Pulitzer said. “And now we’re hearing of rapid shredding going on. That’s how much the law is being ignored. Thank God we have patriots reporting on it and documenting it. It will not go unpunished.”
During the phone call, President Trump also appeared to discuss Ruby Freeman and Shaye Moss, the women seen in the security footage that went viral of them allegedly committing serious voter fraud. However, their names were redacted by the Washington Post. “We had at least 18 thousand that’s on tape…. 18 thousand voters having to do with (bleep),” Trump said. “She’s a vote scammer, a professional vote scammer and hustler, (bleep).”
Secretary of State Raffensperger has also come under fire after National File released a video showing him begging Chinese-Americans to vote for him by mail in his 2015 Georgia House of Representatives race. Raffensperger went on to win this race by 159 votes.