Georgia State Senators are taking a huge step forward to uncover the truth of what really happened during the fraudulent 2020 election and prevent it from happening again this November…
A bill was just introduced to:
1. Remove Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger from the State Election Board, and
2. Give the board authority to INVESTIGATE Raffensperger for covering up 2020 election fraud.
Check out the breaking news:
BREAKING: Georgia State Senators have introduced a bill to REMOVE corrupt Secretary of State Brad Raffesperger from the State Election Board, and grant the board authority to investigate him for election law violations
Sponsors of the bill include Majority Leader Steve Gooch,… pic.twitter.com/d291ycRsTU
— George (@BehizyTweets) January 13, 2024
Looks like Georgia taking 1 big step closer towards the truth about the 2020 election
Over a dozen state Senators have sponsored and filed a bill to remove corrupt Sec. of State Brad Raffesberger from the State Election Board
These Senators will then investigate his involvement… https://t.co/x3wFG4bL9C
— DC_Draino (@DC_Draino) January 13, 2024
Here are the names of the Senators behind the bill:
GA State Senators have introduced a bill (#SB385) to REMOVE @GaSecofState Brad Raffensperger from the State Election Board, and grant the board authority to investigate him for election law violations.
— Marci McCarthy (@MarciMcCarthyUS) January 13, 2024
Georgia Record provided local coverage of the new bill:
Following receipt of a referral from Acting State Election Board Chairman Matthew Mashburn, The Georgia Senate has sponsored SB 358 which would confirm the State Election Board’s power and authority to investigate the Secretary of State, Brad Raffensperger, remove him as a member of the SEB, and order him to cooperate in such investigation(s).
Mashburn sent the referral to on Thursday of this week. The referral letter appears below:
This process comes after testimony at the last State Election Board meeting by citizen election integrity advocate Joseph Rossi and others, describing errors found in 2020 election reporting tied to Raffensperger’s office. These initial findings and an inability to obtain explanations from Raffensperger’s office, led Rossi to provide the evidence to Gov. Brian Kemp’s office which performed its own independent analysis and then issued a written finding saying that Rossi’s results were factual.
During the December 19th SEB testimony, Rossi also reported that since the time of Kemp’s report in last 2021, investigators, assistant AG Charlene McGowan (who now works in Rannfesperger’s office) , and even certain members of the State Election Board appeared to have attempted to block investigations or divert attention from the mounting stack of evidence.
Faced with evidence and a public call for investigations into the Raffenspergers conduct, the SEB voted to request that the legislature confirm SEB authority to conduct an investigation into the Secretary of State.
After receiving the referral, the Senate acted to create the proposed Bill 358 to allow the SEB to begin investigation into the SoS.
ArcaMax also reported:
A Republican-sponsored bill introduced Friday would empower the State Election Board to investigate Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, a response to the board’s decision last month not to open an inquiry.
The measure would also remove Raffensperger, a Republican, as a non-voting member of the State Election Board and require him to cooperate with investigations.
The legislation, Senate Bill 358, comes after the board deadlocked on whether to pursue complaints by conservative activists who blame Raffensperger for human errors in Fulton County’s manual audit of the 2020 election. The problems, including over 3,000 double-counted and misallocated votes, didn’t change the overall outcome of the statewide audit, which confirmed Democrat Joe Biden’s win over Republican Donald Trump.
“It is time for the secretary of state to be held reasonably accountable, like all other elected officials,” said Senate Ethics Chairman Max Burns, a Republican from Sylvania whose committee handles election bills.
What do you think?
Is it about time for Rat Raffensperger to be investigated for his role in the “totally secure” 2020 election?…
🚨BREAKING: Georgia State Senators have introduced a bill to REMOVE Secretary of State Brad Raffesperger from the State Election Board.
Do you support this? pic.twitter.com/4n2TdwJ0EC
— Ian Jaeger (@IanJaeger29) January 13, 2024