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AUDIO: Georgia Republicans Confronted Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger and Sidekick Gabe Sterling In December But It Landed on Deaf Ears

AUDIO: Georgia Republicans Confronted Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger and Sidekick Gabe Sterling In December But It Landed on Deaf Ears

The United Tea Party of Georgia released video coverage of a call between Georgia’s Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger and his sidekick Gabe Sterling, with top Republicans in the state.  Raffensperger and Sterling appeared not to care about legitimate 2020 election results.  All reasonable requests fell on deaf ears.

The United Tea Party of Georgia obtained a video call between the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office and top Republicans from December last year per an FOIA request.  The video was an hour-long.  The Tea Party group then released the video showing the GOP leaders were determined to have a valid election performed in Georgia but Brad Raffensperger and his cronies were not hearing any of it.

Republicans in the state of Georgia why the Secretary of State’s office wouldn’t do things like check ballots from the 2020 Election for proper signatures or review instances of potential fraud from the State Farm Arena on Election night.  Georgia Secretary of State’s CFO and COO Gabe Sterling shared that they needed a specific reason to do it and they were bogged down with other events and therefore would not do anymore related to the 2020 election.

Check out Sterling’s comments below.  Note this is after 40 minutes of requests and complaints surrounding the manner in which the 2020 Election was handled and events that mandated review.

It is clear again, that Georgia’s Raffensperger and Sterling were not going to certify President Trump as the winner in the state no matter how many votes he won.  

The post AUDIO: Georgia Republicans Confronted Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger and Sidekick Gabe Sterling In December But It Landed on Deaf Ears appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

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