Remember when former President Obama loudly proclaimed that "This is the most transparent administration in history" in a Google+ hangout? Of course, it was a bald-faced lie as his administration was about secrecy, duplicity, and a record of corruption and criminality. Emblematic of a progressive communist democrat.

As we have learned, Obama’s cadre of minions carried on their stealthy attack on the United States into the Trump Administration and now into the Biden administration.

Corruption mirrored at the Democratic National Committee, infiltrated by Pakistani foreign nationals with the keys to the DNC treasure trove of documents. We still do not know what a Pakistani national left on a laptop that DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman-Schultz thought so important that she threatened the Capitol Police over its examination. We still do not know what Special Counsel John Durham is doing, although it is well known that there was a well-coordinated attack on then-candidate Donald Trump based on a concocted uncorroborated piece of opposition research paid for by the Hillary Clinton campaign and the DNC.

And the dirty tricks apparently are proceeding at full speed, through the suspicious 2020 presidential election toward the 2022 mid-term elections. This is far beyond actions that can be explained away by incompetence, randomness, or simply human error. Not only were there unconstitutional changes to election laws that resulted in illegal behavior during the election, but we found that we were faced with an improbability; that all of the errors fell one way, towards the Democrats and Joe Biden.

To believe that a person who rarely campaigned and could not draw crowds more than a few hundred individuals, mostly staffers, media, and rent-a-bodies, could garner significantly more votes than Barack Obama stretches one’s credulity.

So why are the Democrats fighting so hard against election audits, the one process that can prove the Democrat's assertions of a clean, fair election beyond any reasonable doubt?

Georgia’s peach appears rotten from the inside out…

According to Georgia’s Secretary of State, Brad Raffensperger, “We had safe, secure, honest elections; and the results are disappointing if you are a Republican, but those are the results.”

So why are the Georgia State and County election officials fighting like the devil to hide information? Using high-priced attorneys affiliated with Democrat causes to pursue a course of denial and delay in the courts?

Henry County Superior Court Chief Judge Brian Amero has now heard motions to dismiss a high-profile examination of absentee ballots and is taking the case under advisement. It is unknown when he will render his decision that will allow the ballot examination to start or kill it until the next round of lawsuits.

The original petition alleges that the petitioners, under penalty of perjury, witnessed certain election events and believe mail-in ballots may have been spurious or were improperly processed. Accordingly, they ask the court to grant “immediate access to all mail-in paper ballots from the November 3, 2020, General Election for visual inspection” and allow high-resolution scanning to allow further technical inspection and validation.

It appears that Brad Raffensperger was hoist on his own petard. Raffensperger commissioned an independent election monitor to observe the election proceedings and report back to his office. However, in a recently released 29-page report from Seven Hills Strategies, a Georgia consultancy, there were serious election integrity problems that could have affected the vote tabulation results in Fulton County.

Raffensperger, responding to the monitor’s report, noted, "It is no secret that Fulton has had issues in their elections department for decades, which is why I insisted on a state monitor being present to be eyes and ears on the ground, He did not see any evidence of fraud despite having full access, but he saw continued mismanagement, miscommunication, unpreparedness, and sloppiness. Georgia voters deserve better."

In a closely contested election, one might expect that errors involving “mismanagement, miscommunication, unpreparedness, and sloppiness” would impact candidates much in the same narrow-margin manner. Instead, however, almost every problematic instance benefited the Democrat candidate, Joe Biden.

After the first results of the election, Georgia's 159 counties conducted a full hand-count risk-limiting audit: a post-election audit that is designed to determine if the correct winner won, not verify the precise margin. Typically, an RLA would use a smaller, statistically significant random sampling of ballots that are hand counted and compared to the results. But because the margin in the presidential contest was narrow and attention was so high, the state ordered all the ballots to be hand counted.

According to Georgia’s Secretary of State, Brad Raffensperger, the results of the risk limiting audit affirmed the election results.

“Georgia’s historic first statewide audit reaffirmed that the state’s new secure paper ballot voting system accurately counted and reported results. This is a credit to the hard work of our county and local elections officials who moved quickly to undertake and complete such a momentous task in a short period of time.”

“Audit Outcome -- The audit confirmed the original result of the election, namely that Joe Biden won the Presidential Contest in the State of Georgia. Like any risk-limiting audit, this audit does not confirm or correct the exact margin of victory. It only provides sufficient evidence that the correct winner was reported.” <Source>

If this is true, what are they afraid of, or more likely, what are they hiding?

Against the fact that Biden was declared the winner in Georgia by a scant 11,779 votes, any scrutiny of the approximately 147,000 absentee votes and their supporting documentation in Fulton County has the potential of proving that Raffensperger’s certification of the vote was premature and erroneous.

A reward for material dishonesty?

Audio shows the media got the Trump-Georgia story all wrong

In January, the Washington Post scored a humdinger of a “scoop.” Then-President Donald Trump, still reeling from the results of the 2020 election, “urged Georgia’s lead elections investigator to ‘find the fraud’ in a lengthy December phone call, saying that the official would be a ‘national hero,’” the Washington Post reported, citing a single anonymous source who supposedly “confirmed” the details of the private conversation.

But recently released audio of the phone call shows Trump never said these things. He never urged the investigations chief to “find the fraud” in Georgia’s presidential election results. He never promised the investigator would be a “national hero.”

In a follow-up report published this week, the Washington Post revealed that Jordan Fuchs, the deputy secretary of state, was its anonymous source for its January report on Trump’s phone call with the investigations official. <Source>

Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger appointed Deputy Secretary Jordan Fuchs to serve on the Board of Directors for the Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC). Fuchs will serve as Georgia’s national representative within the organization’s governing body.

“Our office has led the charge to reform Georgia’s elections with common-sense solutions that prioritize efficiency and promote integrity - and our immediate action to join ERIC was a major victory for all of Georgia’s voters,” said Fuchs. “I am honored to represent our state at the national level as we continue to aggressively pursue solutions that ensure a better experience at the polls for our voters and election officials alike.”

ERIC is a multistate partnership that uses a sophisticated and secure data-matching tool to improve the accuracy and efficiency of state voter registration systems. Through ERIC, states share voter registration information to improve the integrity of voter lists. The national non-profit uses cross-state data matches to flag voters who may have registered in multiple states, moved out of state, or passed away – alerting election officials so that they can update voter rolls accordingly, consistent with federal and state law.

“I have no doubt that Deputy Secretary Fuchs will continue to advance the best interest of our state and work with national stakeholders and industry leaders to make elections more secure, accurate, and accessible for every Georgia voter,” said Secretary Raffensperger. <Source>

Sounds innocent enough until you learn…

State Jordan Fuchs, Who Lied About Trump Phone Call, On Board Of Leftist Non-Profit Founded By Attorney Who Created Entity That Took $50M From Zuckerberg

Georgia Deputy Secretary of State Jordan Fuchs, who occupies an official position under Brad Raffensperger created specifically for her, sits on the board of a non-profit created by attorney David Becker while working for Pew Charitable Trust — the Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC).

Becker also created the Center for Election Integrity and Research, which reportedly took $50 million in ‘Zuckerbucks’, part of the over $400 million Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg injected into the 2020 U.S. general election cycle. <Source>

Bottom line…

They work for us, make them prove their claims, or kick them to the curb.

We are so screwed.

-- steve

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