Georgia recertifies election outcomes, rejecting fraud claims tied to viral video

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Georgia recertifies election results, rejecting fraud claims tied to viral video

Georgia recertified its election outcomes on Friday as Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger’s workplace debunked a not too long ago surfaced video that appeared to indicate unlawful ballot-counting with out supervisors.

The Fulton County Board of Registration and Elections adjourned a gathering Friday wherein members voted to recertify the outcomes of the 2020 presidential race in favor of President-elect Joe Biden in a 3-2 voice vote.

A lot of the assembly centered on a video that went viral Thursday, which political commentators claimed confirmed Fulton County election officers illegally stuffing ballots — a type of election fraud wherein extra ballots are counted than had been solid by eligible voters in a selected location.

A senior supply in Raffensperger’s workplace advised Fox Information that the video has been investigated and claims that it confirmed poll fraud deemed unfounded, including that Fulton County election officers had a chosen observer on the location the complete time — a observe that has been in place since June.

Raffensperger’s workplace additionally debunked allegations that the ballots had been stuffed in a pair of “suitcases” that one election official pulled out from beneath a desk within the video, saying footage reveals the ballots within the circumstances that they had been speculated to be stored in. 

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Republican Georgia Rep. Jody Hice, nevertheless, shared the video on Twitter, calling the footage “explosive fraud.”

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp stated throughout a Thursday interview on “The Ingraham Angle” that he has known as for a signature audit into the video, however solely the secretary of state has the ability to order one.

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Georgia election chief Gabe Sterling shared a fact-check article from a information outlet known as Lead Tales in a Thursday tweet, saying, “The 90-second video of election staff at State Farm enviornment, purporting to indicate fraud was watched in its entirety (hours) by @GaSecofState investigators. Reveals regular poll processing. Right here is the actual fact verify on it.”

Fulton County Elections Director Richard Barron advised the Board of Registration and Elections throughout Friday’s listening to that he had not seen the video, however his employees advised him the footage confirmed “regular” exercise.

Barron took questions from Republican board members Kathleen Ruth and Mark Wingate, who voted towards certifying election outcomes.

In response to claims that employees and media left the counting web site early, Barron stated nobody was advised to go away early and that sure employees left after their duties concluded.

Democratic board member Aaron Johnson stated the board must “sit down, have a look at what really occurred” and do what they’ll to “discover out what occurred.”

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The deadline for all counties to finish their recounts was midnight Wednesday. Raffensperger advised “Your World with Neil Cavuto” in November that he anticipated to see “very related” outcomes.

“When we did the first audit, we found mistakes in three counties and that added over 1,000 votes for President Trump,” Raffensperger said. “That has all been accounted for, and so I think this one will be very close to what we just have now. I don’t see much difference whatsoever.”

President Trump has criticized Raffensperger’s oversight of the election, whereas Georgia Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler, each up for reelection within the January runoffs, have known as for his resignation.


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