LIVE: Georgia Senate Government Oversight Committee Meeting on Election Fraud

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6 Responses to LIVE: Georgia Senate Government Oversight Committee Meeting on Election Fraud

  1. auscitizenmom says:

    “We had ten times as many votes in Fultan County as in the last Presidential election. That right there tells you something is not right. And, I believe that the fact that they have trouble with the counts every time is an indication of something not quite right, legally. When we got rid of the woman running the election in Broward County (I believe it was) suddenly now the counts come in like they should. Always before there were problems and they couldn’t seem to get it right.

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  2. hoosiertruthfan says:

    I gave up watching. It’s a farce along the lines of nothing to see here, move along please. Everything was exemplary and claims of fraud are unwarranted.
    I just saw Matt Schlapp on Newsmax, love him and his wife Mercedes, and he said they have so much evidence of voter fraud in NV that they had to get an additional car to transport it. I imagine it’s the same in the other contested states yet the mantra is there is no evidence. I’m beyond tired of being lied to.

    I pray for our country and President Trump.

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  3. litenmaus says:

    Just gonna put this here for posterity…..
    At approximately mark 2:09 a woman by the name of Ms. Jessica Corbett-Dominquez testifies…She’s the Director of the Fulton County External Affairs Office.

    At 2:30:00 she’s talking about the mobile voting units that can go from site to site and can be “re-programmed”….at 2:30:13 she tells the committee that the machines are WIFI enabled.

    So, one perhaps needs to ask: if the GA “mobile” machines were WIFI enabled, how many of the machines in the precincts across the country were WIFI enabled as well?

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