Recently Uncovered Evidence Confirms Fulton County Performed No Signature Verification on Mail-In Ballots in 2020 Election

Each day, we uncover more information regarding the 2020 Election theft.

New evidence has emerged indicating that mail-in ballots in Fulton County, Georgia, during the 2020 Election were not subjected to signature verification.

After the 2020 Election, Fulton County raised concerns about a minimum of 148,000 ballots. These ballots were flagged for lacking creases, suggesting they were never mailed in envelopes, and displayed several other irregularities.

The ballots have been tied up in the courts since the 2020 Election.

Wednesday morning, Rasmussen Reports released an affidavit revealing a claim from an individual in Georgia stating that no signature verification was conducted for 148,000 ballots during the 2020 Election.

This claim was backed up by CannCon, which shared a video from a recent court case in Georgia.

During the case, Fulton County employees admitted to not using the signature verification system designed for verifying the envelopes of received mail-in ballots.

As a result, the county failed to utilize voter signature records to verify the signatures on these envelopes.

The judge finally realizes that the 2020 election in Georgia should never have been certified.

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John Acord
John Acord
1 month ago

Three and half years to finally get a court to admit the GA election should never been certified! We all knew that a day after the election.

Patrick
Patrick
1 month ago

Listening to AG Garland’s speech in Alabama 2024 elections will be a repeat of 2020 elections in terms of fraudulent procedures. If these frauds fail then BLM and Antifa shall take over the streets.

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