State and Election officials from the State of Georgia have made it abundantly clear. If your intend to move to Georgia with the intention of voting in the January 5, 2021, twin run-off elections and then returning to your real home state, you have committed a felony for which you will be prosecuted. But that doesn’t seem to matter to one Democrat running for US Senate.
Until earlier this year, Democrat candidate for US Senate from Georgia, Rev. Raphael Warnock, was the leader of an advocacy group chartered to maximize voter registrations for Democrats in that state. That group is now the target of an investigation.
The New Georgia Project is being probed by the Georgia Secretary of State for allegedly sending ballots to permanent residents from other states, it was announced Monday.
The group, which was founded by failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams – who to this day has not conceded the election which she lost by over 50,000 votes, was cited as one of four voter registration groups under investigation for illegal registration activities, Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said.
Raffensperger, a Republican, said the New Georgia Project – which Warnock headed up until he announced his candidacy for US Senate, “sent voter registration applications to New York City.”
.@alanagoodman told Fox News's @kilmeade that @ReverendWarnock must address allegations of voter registration fraud inside the New Georgia Project, a group he used to lead.https://t.co/HFgaKmiy1Mpic.twitter.com/FApXKxRQkU
— Free Beacon (@FreeBeacon) December 3, 2020
“Voting in Georgia when you are not a resident of Georgia is a felony,” Raffensperger said to reporters. “These third-party groups have a responsibility to not encourage illegal voting. If they do so, they will be held responsible.”
Raffensperger, who in addition to being Georgia’s Secretary of State is an executive in a cosmetic company called Sweet Virgin Inc. which specializes in virgin mink hair weaves, has been under fire from not only the President and his team, but from rank and file Republicans across the country for his lackluster approach to the abundance of vote fraud and ballot tampering in his state.
The investigations come ahead of two critically important run-off elections in Georgia set to take place on January 5, 2021. Democrats seek to win both seats but need to win one to dash Republican hopes of thwarting the Progressive-Globalist agenda that Democrat presidential hopeful Joe Biden has telegraphed.
Warnock is running against US Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA), who was forced into a run-off election with Warnock through the candidacy of US Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA), who syphoned off 980,454 that almost certainly would have gone to Loeffler.