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Georgia Governor Brian Kemp signs legislation to make it easier to remove eligible voters from electoral rolls

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp signs legislation to make it easier to remove eligible voters from electoral rolls

Election fraud in Georgia

Immediately after losing the 2020 presidential election, Trump shouted that the election was “stolen.” With this logic, Trump pressured the election authorities in the state of Georgia to “find” a sufficient number of votes. “I just want to get 11,780 votes,” he then told Georgia’s Republican Secretary of State, Brad Raffensperger, in a leaked phone conversation.

Trump has now also been effectively accused of this as well Including election fraud and extortion. A Fulton County special jury also indicted 18 accomplices, including attorney Rudolph Giuliani and Chief of Staff Mark Meadows. Three of them have already pleaded guilty.

However, Trump continues to insist that his victory was stolen. Trump claimed, among other things, that 5,000 deceased people cast ballots in Georgia and that some residents voted multiple times. Research eventually showed that 4 people had cast ballots in the name of a deceased family member. There were some votes in Georgia that were counted twice at the polling place, but in this case no criminal intent was found. Also, the votes that were counted twice were not enough to shift the result in Trump’s favor.

All sorts of conspiracy theories are circulating in Republican circles about election fraud by Democrats. “Biden will allow immigrants to enter the country en masse, so they can all vote for him during the elections,” Sonnens explains. “This is absolutely not true. Undocumented people cannot vote in the United States, and they do not have the correct documents to do so.”

“There are of course examples of people committing fraud, but this number is negligible. This is also clear from the numerous investigative committees and judicial cases. These are empty accusations.”

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