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Something Is Rotten In The Georgia Secretary Of State’s Office

Two recordings of conversations between President Trump and officials in the Georgia Secretary of State’s office are at issue in a growing controversy. Both played a major role in stoking a narrative about Trump trying to steal the election by throwing out ballots. The first was made on December 23, but it was not released until last week in the Wall Street Journal. That recording prompted a mammoth correction from the Washington Post, which in its original story erroneously reported that Trump told investigator Frances Watson to “find the fraud” and that she would be a “national hero” if she did. The person who gave the erroneous quotes for the December 23 story has been identified by the Washington Post as Jordan Fuchs, Deputy Secretary of State of Georgia. She gave an interview to the P...

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Vernon Jones Is Loathed by Georgia Republicans. Why Did He Speak at the RNC?

Jones is extremely unpopular with suburban, relatively affluent Republicans — the same Republicans the party has been hemorrhaging. Georgia’s own Vernon Jones spoke at the Republican National Convention. Jones, a Black Democrat — party affiliation in air quotes at this point, I suppose — extolled the virtues of Trumpism to a national audience. But in the well-heeled suburbs of the county Jones once led, Jones is loathed, considered the avatar of urban corruption and political malfeasance. And those suburban, relatively affluent Republicans are the ones that the party has been hemorrhaging. So what gives? Why give Jones airtime? One wonders if Donald Trump woke up one morning a few weeks ago, saw Jones on “Fox and Friends” talking about how much he loves Trump and put him on the speaking li...

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IT WAS A VOTER FRAUD FACTORY: 2nd Carter Jones Report Describes Complete Breakdown of GA Election Systems — BALLOTS EVERYWHERE, NO CHAIN OF CUSTODY, COMPLETE DISARRAY and WE HAVE THE VIDEO

Earlier this week a Fulton County Georgia election official admitted that the chain of custody documents that are legally required per state law are missing from the 2020 election.   Brad Raffensperger, the corrupt Secretary of State in Georgia is ultimately responsible (see picture above).  For the first time an elections official admitted the chain of custody documents are missing in Georgia per the Georgia Star.

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The public cost of Barnes hire in Georgia voting case

Georgia officials agreed to pay former Gov. Roy Barnes’ law firm $250 an hour with taxpayer dollars for his defense of Secretary of State Brian Kemp in an ongoing lawsuit with a national transparency organization, according to documents obtained by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

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Bottoms calls for AG inquiry into racist robo-calls

On the same evening that an independent poll put Keisha Lance Bottoms in the lead for the first time, the Atlanta mayoral candidate demanded that the state Attorney General Chris Carr investigate a Friday afternoon racist robo-call that urged listeners to line up behind her “to keep Atlanta black.”

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Georgia Senate refuses to stop unrecorded votes

Senate Resolution 24 to stop unrecorded votes in the Georgia State Senate failed in the standing Rules committee today.  Senator Josh McKoon’s proposed resolution to end unrecorded votes was defeated with an unrecorded voice vote under Rules Chairman Jeff Mullis.  According to the Secretary of the Senate’s Office, any member of that committee could have made a motion for a recorded hand vote. Such a motion would require one third of the committee members present to be approved. No such motion was made.  

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Georgia conservatives lose again under Gold Dome

“Shall the Constitution of Georgia be amended so as to provide that English is the official language of the State of Georgia?” — Proposed statewide ballot question for the November election contained in Senate Resolution 675 sponsored by Republican Sen. Josh McKoon. As a late note on the end of the 2015-2016 General Assembly, here are more examples of Gold Dome reality for people who don’t know how their government really works — and some observations.  Despite a December Rosetta Stone Communications poll showing a whopping 76 percent bipartisan public approval rate for amending the state constitution to make English the official language of government, Georgia voters will not be allowed to answer the above ballot question in November.  

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Political retaliation not over yet?

The latest, and preferably the last, shoe has dropped in the Georgia Republican leadership’s vendetta against its out-of-favor colleague, Sen. Josh McKoon, R-Columbus. (Political payback apparently wears an indefinite number of shoes.) It was made clear in the closing days of the legislative session, when almost $8 million in capital funding for Columbus State University was pulled from the budget, that Gov. Nathan Deal, House Speaker David Ralston and others were putting heat on McKoon for political differences that are by now familiar.

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Carrollton lawmaker on Nathan Deal: ‘And we’re going to be stuck with him for two more stinking years’

In the last 48 hours, Gov. Nathan Deal has absorbed a great deal of right-flank criticism for his veto of a bill to permit concealed weaponry on public university campuses. But none of the barbs has been as sharp – or public – as that which left the mouth of Kevin Cooke, a Carrollton Republican, on Wednesday. In an interview on WLBB (1330AM), Cooke began thusly: “Given this governor’s ability to do the right or the wrong thing, he’s going to choose the latter every time.” But that was the tame part. To continue: “People want to know why Donald Trump is the nominee for president. Nathan Deal is the reason Donald Trump is the nominee for president. People are sick and tired of stinking politicians telling them what they’re going to do when they get in office, and then when they do that, they...

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