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Rep. Marjorie Taylor-Greene’s Former Husband CONFIRMS Congresswoman’s Findings on the Stolen Georgia 2020 Election

Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene’s former husband sounded the alarm in Georgia in 2020, when he announced that he showed up to vote and someone had already cast a ballot in his name. He was called a conspiracy kook who believed in “Jewish space lasers” (whatever those are), because everyone knows that Georgia Secretary of State ran the safest and most secure election ever.

It’s taken them three years, but Rep. Greene and her ex-husband finally got the documents proving that Perry Greene’s vote was initially stolen in 2020.

Rep. Greene (R-GA) posted on her Twitter/X account last week that her former husband Perry Greene found out at a polling place that he had already voted absentee in Floyd County, Georgia. But Perry Greene had never requested an absentee ballot. Someone voted in his name and tried to steal his vote.

Congresswoman Greene says that both she and her former husband “were both called liars, until we FOIA’d the documents.” She provided those documents to Just the News late last week. Sure enough, Perry Greene had signed a Cancel Ballot Affidavit form on election day and wrote the words, “I did not request one!!” on the form.

He was then able to cast a ballot in person. Perry Greene says there were three other people in line with him that day who reported the same problem—someone else had already voted in their names. “What got messed up,” asked Greene. “And why was there a first vote to begin with?”

 

Floyd County election supervisors claimed that the Georgia Secretary of State’s database had an “error in the system.” But was it? This would be easy for Brad Raffensperger to figure out. Just look at the number of the fake ballot and then check to see whether the fake ballot exists. If someone cast a ballot in Perry Greene’s name, a digital image of it should exist. If it was simply an “error in the system,” then there would be no phony ballot.

Raffensperger isn’t checking, though. He just wants you, as always, to take his word for it that he ran the safest and most secure election ever in 2020.

We waffle back and forth over whether Wisconsin or Georgia ran the dirtiest election in 2020. As a reminder, here are just a few of the “anomalies” that happened in Georgia in 2020.

Six election workers have signed affidavits attesting that they saw tens of thousands of counterfeit ballots counted in the election. This is part of a court case that is still ongoing right now in 2023.

393,000 original ballot images in Cobb County went missing in direct violation of state and federal election retention laws. More than 350,000 original ballot images went missing in Fulton County. All or part of 2 million ballot images are missing from 70-plus counties in Georgia, in violation of state and federal law.

The US Postal Service tried to deliver 18,325 ballots to vacant lots in Georgia. Another 904 people were registered to vote at a P.O. Box address, which is illegal. Around 43,000 DeKalb County drop box ballots have no chain of custody documentation on them.

102 counties in Georgia illegally destroyed their ballot drop box surveillance video, which was the only way to tell whether no one had stuffed the ballot boxes. There were improper chain of custody forms filled out on 105,000 ballots statewide in Georgia, and an estimated 355,000 ballots for which the chain of custody forms went missing entirely.

True the Vote’s geotracking technology proved that dozens of Democrat Party operatives made hundreds of trips to the same drop boxes in Fulton and DeKalb Counties. In the 2018 midterm elections, 3.4% of absentee ballots were rejected in Georgia because of signature mismatch. In 2020, the percentage of absentee ballots dropped to 0.34%, because they were not checking signatures right as the system was flooded with mail-in absentee ballots.

And of course, who could forget the busted pipe at State Farm Arena in Fulton County? After they sent election observers home for the night because of that lie, the election workers then pulled magic ballots out of wheelie suitcases where they had been hidden under a table and jammed the same stacks of ballots through counting machines four or five times apiece.

Joe Biden “won” Georgia by 11,779 votes. If Georgia’s election was so safe and secure, when is someone going to find evidence that proves it was safe and secure? Because so far, after three years, all the new evidence that keeps getting uncovered only points one direction—and that’s toward massive fraud.


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