JUST IN: Huge win for Trump as Georgia’s Governor Brian Kemp, orders for signature

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Huge win for Trump as Georgia's Governor Brian Kemp, orders for signature

JUST IN: Huge win for Trump as Georgia’s Governor Brian Kemp, orders for signature audit following video evidence of fraud

United States President Donald Trumps resolve to never concede, is finally paying off as his legal team continues to unravel a plethora of evidence exposing massive fraud in the November 3rd US election.
Trump has been under intense pressure to concede the election and move on instead of holding the country hostage by being arrogant and flaunting baseless ‘conspiracy theories of fraud’ and claiming imaginary victory.

Former vice president Joe Biden has been declared the projected winner of the last presidential election by the media despite claims of widespread irregularities and fraud.

The establishment media both within and outside the United States have long held that Trump’s claims of fraud in the election lacked evidence, but has failed to cover the post-election hearings on claims, where massive evidence have been provided in the States of Pennsylvania, Arizona, Michigan, and now Georgia.

In Georgia, the Trump campaign had requested a recount and signature audit of votes for the sake of transparency, but only a recount was made, with Biden still leading with over 13,000 votes.

Trump, however, argued that without signature matching, the recount exercise would amount to a waste of time.

Georgia won’t let us look at the all important signature match. Without that the recount is MEANINGLESS. Open up unconstitutional Consent Decree, NOW! Brian Kemp

Posted by Donald J. Trump on Monday, November 16, 2020

A statement by his campaign said, “If there is no signature-matching, this would be as phony as the initial vote count and recount. Let’s stop giving the people false results. There must be a time when we stop counting illegal ballots. Hopefully, it is coming soon.”

However, despite concerns raised by the Trump campaign, Georgia’s secretary of state, Brad Raffensperger, reiterated the validity of the results and proceeded to certify the results.

“As secretary of state, I believe that the numbers that we have presented today are correct. The numbers reflect the verdict of the people, not a decision by the secretary of state’s office or of courts or either campaign,” Raffensperger told reporters.

The State’s Governor Brian Kemp also proceeded to formalize the election certification as required by his officer accounting to State law but did raise numerous concerns about how the election was handled and urged a “thorough investigation” into any voting irregularities discovered during the audit.

Trump campaign’s demand that signature-matching be a major part of the new recount, was according to a statement by Georgia’s secretary of state’s office, impossible because of rules designed to protect voter privacy. It says because of the rules, ballots in Georgia are separated from their outer envelopes – where the signature is – after they are initially verified. This makes it impossible to reconnect the ballots to their envelopes, and therefore impossible to re-do signature matching after ballots are counted.

Things, however, took a huge turn following the release of unusual video footage appearing to show poll workers in Fulton County processing ballots in the middle of the night with no observers—which would be illegal.

The surveillance footage was presented by President Donald Trump’s legal team on Dec. 3 at the ongoing Georgia state legislature hearing on claims of election fraud and irregularities by President Trump.

The footage appeared to show election workers telling poll observers to leave on election night before staying to continue counting what appeared to be four boxes filled with ballots.

In view of this evidence, governor Kemp is now calling on Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to order a signature audit of votes, although Raffensperger’s office had said it would be impossible, saying “the ship had sailed.”

Kemp, a Republican, made the call in a comment on Fox News’s ‘The Ingraham Angle’ on Dec. 3, where he said that state law gives the Secretary of State power to audit or adjust election procedures when necessary.

“I called early on for a signature audit,” Kemp told Ingraham. “Obviously, the Secretary of State, per the laws and the [state] constitution would have to order that and he has not done that. I think it should be done.”

Referencing the video footage, Kemp continued, “I think especially with what we saw today, it raises more questions. There needs to be transparency on that.

“I would again call for that and I think in the next 24 hours, hopefully, we’ll see a lot more from the hearings that the legislature had today and we’ll be able to look and see what the next steps are.

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