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BREAKING: Georgia’s Election Board Now Admits Violations Of Election Law 2020 + 3,000 Ballots Scanned Twice!

I told you a few weeks ago, I could feel the tide turning….

And now the pace is picking up.

Everything that has been done for the past 4 years, and all the illegalities swept under the rug, are all coming home to roost and I believe will soon be blown wide open.

The latest?

Only this:

NEW: Georgia Election Board dumbfounded after finding out that 3,000 ballots were scanned twice in the 2020 election recount in Fulton County.

The board also revealed that 380,761 ballot images from machine count were “not available.”

Q: Does Fulton County know why there are not 380,761 ballot images from election day?

A: As with the investigators we have not been apprised of this allegation. This is the first I’m hearing about it.

General counsel for the secretary of state’s office Charlene McGowan confirmed that Fulton County broke the law in their recount.

“Fulton County used improper procedures during the recount of the presidential contest in 2020.”

Despite this, the board refused to approve further investigation.

Grok confirms:

However, Grok also clarifies one point:

Here’s more from Emerald Robinson:

But that’s not all….

The State Election Board has now admitted, in writing, violation of election law in 2020:

Here’s a zoom-in:

I’ve taken extra care to fact-check all details of this report and Grok once again confirms this is accurate:

Here is more:

In a significant development regarding the 2020 election in Georgia, the State Election Board has acknowledged that the hand count audit and the machine count audit in Fulton County did not comply with Georgia election law. This revelation comes after a thorough investigation led by citizen investigator Joseph Rossi.

Joseph Rossi, a concerned citizen, played a crucial role in bringing these issues to light. His investigation revealed that both the hand count audit and the machine count audit were in violation of Georgia election law. These findings have been crucial in shedding light on the irregularities in the 2020 election process in Georgia.

The State Election Board, after reviewing Rossi’s findings, confirmed that there were indeed violations in the 2020 election processes in Fulton County. This marks a significant step towards addressing concerns and ensuring the integrity of future elections.

The investigation found that the hand count audit, which was a key part of the state’s audit process, did not accurately reflect the actual votes cast. Additionally, the machine count audit, which was meant to provide a final tally of votes, also failed to meet the standards set by Georgia election law.

In response to these findings, the State Election Board has taken several actions. The board has reprimanded Fulton County for the scanning error that led to the double-scanning of over 3,000 ballots during the 2020 recount. This error was discovered during a state-mandated audit of the 2020 presidential election.

Furthermore, the board has ordered an independent election monitor to oversee future elections in Fulton County. This decision aims to ensure that future elections in the county are conducted in a manner that is fully compliant with Georgia election law.

The Georgia Secretary of State’s office also opened an investigation into the allegations made by Joseph Rossi and others. The investigation is ongoing, and it is expected that further actions may be taken based on the findings of this investigation.

The revelations from Joseph Rossi’s investigation and the subsequent actions taken by the State Election Board have been met with a mix of reactions. Some see it as a vindication of their concerns about the integrity of the 2020 election, while others view it as a step towards ensuring that future elections are conducted fairly and accurately.

Joseph Rossi’s efforts, along with those of other concerned citizens, have played a crucial role in bringing these issues to light. Their work highlights the importance of citizen participation in ensuring the integrity of our democratic processes.

We’ll continue to monitor this breaking report and bring you updates.


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