Reports noted last week that Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (R) is opening an investigation after being given evidence of illegal ballot harvesting in the state by a voter integrity organization called True the Vote.
On the heels of those reports comes the revelation that one of the witnesses True the Vote interviewed and presented to Georgia election officials says he was paid tens of thousands of dollars to engage in ballot harvesting and ballot box stuffing of illegal votes, the majority of which went to Democrats.
"Here’s the bottom line. You can’t ballot harvest in Georgia. What turned this around is that a whistleblower in Georgia came forward," radio host John Fredricks told top podcaster and "War Room" creator, Steve Bannon, last week.
"On the tapes they identified 240 of the same people going around the state stuffing ballot drop boxes between 2 and 5 a.m. … where they were emptying backpacks out and they were dropping 50, 100 ballots into a dropbox. This is totally illegal," Fredricks added.
"Here’s the bottom line, right? The one whistleblower that came forward because allegedly his mom said, hey, what you’re doing is wrong and you need to be honest about it. Own up to it. He said that he was paid $10 per ballot… And he made $45,000 between November 3rd and the runoff. Two elections he made $45,000!… Now do the math. He said this was the average payout. There were 240 people of the same ones over and over in the same car involved in it. You start doing the math here. 45,000 time 240 people… You’ve got $11 million distributed illegally. Then you take 4500 ballots by 240 people. You’re talking about a million ballots!" he added.
Trump only "lost" Georgia by around 11,000 votes, but this makes clear he likely did not lose Georgia at all. And again, this is just one state.
Just the News added context to Fredricks' claims:
According to interviews and documents reviewed by Just the News, Raffensperger's office received a detailed complaint from conservative voter integrity group True the Vote on Nov. 30 saying it had assembled evidence that scores of activists worked with nonprofit groups to collect and deliver thousands of absentee ballots, often during wee-hour operations, to temporary voting drop boxes distributed around the state during the pandemic.
The group informed the secretary its evidence included video footage from surveillance cameras placed by counties outside the drop boxes as well as geolocation data for the cell phones of more than 200 activists seen on the tapes purportedly showing the dates and times of ballot drop-offs, according to documents reviewed by Just the News.
Continuing, the outlet referenced the Georgia man Fredricks mentioned, who "admitted" to True the Vote that "he was paid thousands of dollars to harvest ballots in the Atlanta metropolitan area" during the 2020 election.
Atlanta, by the way, is in Fulton County, Ga., which has long been a Democrat stronghold, and it's likely that Trump lost Michigan and Pennsylvania in the same manner, as similar shady vote-counting operations took place following the election in deep-blue cities like Detroit and Philadelphia.
Mind you, in addition to losing the presidential race, Georgians were cheated out of two U.S. Senate seats, both of which went to Democrats for the first time in decades in a Jan. 5 run-off.
Just the News reported that True the Vote has not yet identified the cooperating witness to state authorities, but that seems likely to change after Raffensperger confirmed to the outlet this week that he was launching an investigation.
Let's face it: The 2020 election was stolen from Trump because Democrats (and the GOP establishment) fear him like no other.