by Georgia Record Staff
This morning VoterGA.org held a press conference and detailed numbers from a study which showed over 100k ballots from drop boxes in Georgia without proper chain of custody.
Garland Favorito directly implicated the GA Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger during the event.
“This is a systematic coverup by the Secretary of State. He’s been doing this ever since the election… So ‘yes’ there is a coverup in the state of Georgia and ‘yes’ the Secretary of State is behind it.”
The VoterGA Press Release on the investigation is below.
Custody Chain Analysis Finds 106,000+ Suspect Ballots, Uselessness of Drop Box Videos
ATLANTA, Jan. 20, 2022 – VoterGA today announced a new chain of custody study that revealed nearly 107,000 drop box ballots in the November 2020 election results have improper chain of custody forms that call into question the authenticity of those ballots. The study resulted from a statewide analysis of ballot transfer forms obtained via Open Records Requests.
The findings are preliminary and the number is expected to increase dramatically as more counties acknowledge they cannot produce oaths for collection team members or, admit they have destroyed surveillance videos in spite of federal and state retention laws that require election records to be retained for about two years.
The findings do not include missing forms that have been previously estimated to grow to approximately 355,000. Further, VoterGA discovered that most counties have no records of how many total ballots were collected from drop boxes so there is no way to determine how many ballots were collected when several days’ worth of forms are missing.
Specifically, improper chain of custody issues entails violations of State Election Board (SEB) rules or impossible circumstances in the forms. Examples of violations include:…Continue Reading