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Georgia Secretary of State in Augusta Thursday speaking on election integrity

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Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger spoke about election integrity at a Thursday luncheon hosted by The Exchange Club of Augusta.

Raffensperger focused on the significance of providing clarity about the state’s elections in the meeting held at the Augusta Country Club. Well-known names...

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  1. Watch the film “2000 Mules”. Pretty fascinating and disheartening at the same time. Even if you strongly don’t believe anything happened to compromise the last election, I encourage you to watch it. Eye opening.

  2. You can twist words around to make them sound great while hiding the truth. When you watch “2000 Mules” you see firm evidence of people harvesting votes from who knows where? these votes were placed into ballot boxes across the state, and all were counted as legitimate votes. If they had been fully investigated Trump would have won, the vote in Georgia and who knows whom else would have won or lost. So don’t go tell me ” Raffensperger praised the local community’s efforts in ensuring the voting process of last election cycle was implemented in the most honest way possible” (most Honest) BS.

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