Breaking: Shocking New Evidence of Voter Fraud in Georgia

Fulton County, Georgia poll worker Suzi Voyles discovered a dangerously peculiar pattern of regularity in the makings for Biden. Voyles’ discovery came when she sorted through a huge stack of mail-in ballots in November.

“Absentee Ballots” by lancefisher is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

The absentee ballots all had flawlessly filled-in ovals for Biden, with the exception that each of the darkening bubbles had an identical white space inside in the shape of a tiny crescent. This indicated the ballots were inscribed with toner ink rather than a pen or pencil.

Voyles noticed that all of the ballots were printed on different stock paper than the others she handled during a statewide hand recount, which added to her suspicions. None of the mail-in ballots had been folded or wrinkled, as Voyles had seen in the past with ballots that had been removed from envelopes.

In other words, the Biden votes appeared to be replicated by a copying machine.

Never Seen Anything Like it

All of them, according to Voyles, were unusually spotless. In her 20 years of election monitoring in Fulton County (which encompasses part of Atlanta), she said she’d never seen anything like it.

Voyles wasn’t the only one. At least three other poll workers saw the same thing in stacks of Biden absentee votes handled by the county, and they’ve joined Voyles in stating under oath that they seemed to be forged.

The Investigation Begins

Now, election watchdogs have used their affidavits to persuade a state judge to unseal all of the 147,000 mail-in ballots counted in Fulton; this will allow for a more thorough examination of the questionable Biden ballots for proof of fraud.

They say that thousands of votes could have been fabricated in a race that Biden won by just 12,000 votes; this comes thanks to a late surge of mail-in ballots tabulated after election observers were escorted out of Atlanta’s State Farm Arena.

Garland Favorito, the case’s lead petitioner and a certified poll watcher, stated that there is almost undoubtedly huge absentee ballot fraud in Fulton County, with 10,000 to 20,000 possibly phony ballots.

He stated that the questionable votes are still in the custody of election officials and are not visible to the public. Favorito declared that they had established that a county facility contains five different pallets of ballots wrapped up in shrink.

He, as well as other activists, were told to meet at the warehouse on May 28 to work out the details of the absentee voter examination. The county, however, filed a flurry of requests to dismiss the case the day before the planned meeting, effectively postponing the inspection indefinitely.

Superior Court Judge Brian Amero issued an order on May 21, requesting that officials protect the warehouse 24 hours a day, seven days a week; this is until an inspection date can be determined.

After sheriff’s officers left their post for a few hours, a security breach was detected barely eight days later.