Six Months After 2020 Election, Fulton County, Georgia Is Still Missing The Legally Required Chain Of Custody Documentation For Almost 19,000 Ballots

(Patriot Insider) – Six months after the 2020 presidential election, the legally required chain of custody documentation for a stunning 18,000 votes is still missing in Fulton County, Georgia, where the city of Atlanta is located.

According to Gateway Pundit, the ballots are basically illegitimate if they do not have this documentation. Which means these votes should not have been counted in favor of either candidate back in 2020.

“We’ve reported for months that the chain of custody documentation in the state of Georgia for absentee ballots is missing for hundreds of thousands of ballots (most likely all for Biden). Biden was awarded the state of Georgia by the likes of Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger and his sidekick, Gabe Sterling, with a winning margin of roughly 10,000 ballots. They certified the state’s results with this legally required documentation missing,” the GP report said.

According to reports, the missing documentation for these ballots makes up more than 5 percent of the estimated 333,000 vote-by-mail absentee ballots that were cast during the election. Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is refusing to collect, count, and verify the chain of custody information associated with 600,000 absentee vote by mail ballots.

Raffensperger is still saying it’s the county’s job to take care of this, not his. Convenient, right? This guy proves every single day that he’s a RINO.

The Gateway Pundit also covered this in a report back in April, noting that they had also covered this story in December, just after Christmas, and yet no action has yet been taken.

What’s shocking is that Raffensperger and Governor Kemp have both certified the results of this election despite the fact that all of these votes are technically illegitimate. The Trump team needs to take this whole situation to court immediately.

We must, at all costs, protect our right to vote.

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