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I have but one question.

How many of these people voted in the last election?

We were consistently told by Raffensperger, Kemp, and others that these elections were the safest and most secure in history. All of us knew this to be a bold faced lie of course, but now the evidence is really pouring in.

100,000 people had to be removed from the voter rolls. I want to laugh and cry at the same time.

The tears would be for the country; the laughter would be for the absurdity of it all.

How can we believe that a state which was narrowly won by something like 12,000 votes experienced zero fraud when at the same time they had 100,000 ineligible voters on their rolls?

How absurd is that statement?

We aren’t talking about 500 people here, or 1,000, or even 10,000. We are talking about 100,000 names which could have easily been used to cast fraudulent ballots.

I have said it time and time again, but the only baseless conspiracy theory here is that Democrats didn’t cheat in the 2020 elections.

Here’s what we currently know:

CNN reported:

More than 100,000 names will be removed from Georgia’s voter registration rolls in an attempt to keep the state’s voter files “up to date,” Georgia’s secretary of state announced in a statement Friday.

“Making sure Georgia’s voter rolls are up to date is key to ensuring the integrity of our elections,” Republican Brad Raffensperger said. “There is no legitimate reason to keep ineligible voters on the rolls.”

The voter files being removed are “obsolete and outdated,” according to the statement, which says that since the 2020 election, Raffensperger has “made it a priority to continue with the list maintenance process.”

The announcement follows a blitz of new voting restrictions in Republican-led states with Georgia as the first presidential battleground to impose new voting restrictions following President Joe Biden’s victory in the state.

WSBTV-2, a local Atlanta station had even more:

Two years ago, voting rights groups sued the state over what they called a voter purge.

Gerald Griggs with the Atlanta NAACP said thousands of voters were improperly on the list for removal in 2019 and he worries it’s happening again.

“We already have lawyers on standby, I am on standby, just in case we have to file litigation. So we are going to be watching this and we will respond if we believe voters have been disenfranchised,” Griggs said.

For the first time this year, Georgia has joined 30 other states to be part of the nonpartisan Electronic Registration Information Center.

Raffensperger said going forward, that new system will allow them to update the registration status of people who move out of state on a monthly basis, instead of every two years.

 

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