Did you think talk about the 2020 Election was over? Not quite. While the results of that horrible event might be set in stone, there is plenty that needs to be done to ensure it will never happen again.
Since January, numerous states have taken efforts to ensure the flaws and exploits that affected the election’s outcome can’t happen again. Swing states have passed laws that ban universal mail-in ballots, secured the ballot-counting process, and overturned last-minute changes to voting rules. Better late than never, I guess.
In some states, investigations are underway to discover the cause of many irregularities, not to mention historic delays in counting.
Perhaps the state that fumbled the most was Georgia. You probably know about their recent changes to their voting laws–which panicked Democrats so much they tried to boycott an entire state. But that wasn’t good enough for the Peach State. They are outraged at how their secretary of state failed them. So, the GOP is taking action.
The Georgia Republican Party on Saturday approved a resolution to censure Brad [Raffensperger].
The Georgia Secretary of State “failed to perform his duties in accordance with the laws and Constitution of the State of Georgia, and Republican Party values”…
The resolution cited Raffensperger for “Entering into the Compromise Settlement Agreement and Release which changed Georgia’s absentee voting procedures outside the Constitutionally prescribed format set forth in Georgia law.” The resolution said that Raffensperger had undermined election security by permitting “mass mailings of absentee applications by his office and third parties which created opportunities for fraud and overwhelmed election offices; rendering accurate signature matching nearly impossible; allowing ballot drop boxes without proper chain of custody; and ignoring sworn affidavits and disregarding evidence of voter fraud.” [Source: Just the News]
Wow. The Georgia GOP was brutal in its rebuke to Secretary of State Raffensperger. If you remember, it was this man who ignored calls from Americans and Donald Trump to take efforts to both verify ballots and investigate legitimate evidence of voter fraud. The man repeatedly claimed there was no evidence of fraud, but then went on to make half-hearted attempts at auditing the election.
I guess his negligence and foolishness caught up with him. The party has slammed Raffensperger for agreeing to a bogus arrangement that allowed a flood of mail-in ballots and a process that made signature verification impossible. He essentially bowed to the demands of the radical left, who pushed rule changes that allowed for massive fraud.
Of course, the wolf in sheep’s clothing has denied he did anything wrong. His office claims he and election workers “worked to ensure that democracy was upheld.” Sorry Brad, but you’re going to need to show some proof of that wild claim. Georgia’s 2020 election was a joke, as were the suspicious run-offs of January of this year.
Clearly, their governor and SoS failed to do the right thing and the election was stolen. Only now is the party doing something about it.
Hopefully, this censure won’t be the end of the conservation.
Author: James Anderson