Georgia Democrats Ramp Up the Cheating Machine
Just as they did in 2020, the Peach State’s Democrats are working to skirt election laws to get out their vote.
Democrats cheat. It’s what they do. And nowhere is that more apparent than in the once-red state of Georgia.
There and elsewhere during the 2020 election season, electioneering front groups like the Center for Tech and Civic Life took hundreds of millions of dollars from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and distributed these funds to local election offices in the crucial battleground states around the country — states such as Georgia, Arizona, and Wisconsin, where a mere 43,000 votes among more than 155 million cast nationwide gave the presidency to Joe Biden rather than returning Donald Trump to office for a second term.
This targeting of the Democrat-controlled areas of the swing states — where ballot stuffing and ballot harvesting and “get out the vote” operations could yield the greatest results — was used to devastating effect, such as pushing voter turnout in nursing homes in and around Milwaukee to nearly 100%.
As columnist Shawn Fleetwood notes: “These ‘Zuckbucks’ were poured into local election offices in battleground states around the country to change how elections were administered, such as by expanding unsecure election protocols like mail-in voting and the use of ballot drop boxes. To make matters worse, the grants were heavily skewed towards Democrat-majority counties, essentially making it a massive Democrat get-out-the-vote operation.”
What Democrats call a get-out-the-vote operation the rest of us call bulk-mail ballot fraud. And this operation did double duty in Georgia, where the Democrats flipped two Senate seats and took control of the upper body.
Since then, Georgia Republicans have passed legislation meant to keep the 2020 disaster from repeating itself in 2024.
“No superintendent shall take or accept any funding, grants, or gifts from any source other than from the governing authority of the county or municipality, the State of Georgia, or the federal government,” the new voting-integrity law states.
But Democrats being Democrats, they’re determined to skirt the state’s ban on external funding of local election administration efforts. This is especially the case in the Democrat stronghold of DeKalb County.
“A Georgia elections board may have violated state law when it accepted $2 million from a Mark Zuckerberg-linked group,” reports Fox News. “The Honest Elections Project is calling for an investigation into the DeKalb County Board of Registration and Elections for a ‘flagrant and egregious’ violation of a state ban on private funding that was put in place after accusations that donors used money to push left-wing influence ahead of the 2020 elections.”
Said Honest Elections Project Executive Director Jason Snead, whose group is leading the charge for electoral integrity in the Peach State: “The people of Georgia and the people of DeKalb County deserve to understand who came up with this idea, who identified this, and who decided to actually make this attempt to evade the state’s prohibition on private funding of elections.”
Speaking about the prospect of a 2020 repeat in 2024, DeKalb County Republican Party Chair Marci McCarthy said, “Shame on all of us for not paying attention and thinking this problem, this cancer, is just going to be wiped under the skin.”
And irony of ironies, to cover their own cheating tracks, Georgia Democrats are now attempting to indict Trump for election tampering.
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