There’s no way Biden won Georgia – Here’s why
Friday, November 20, 2020 by: Ethan Huff
Tags: artificially inflated, ballots, Biden, cheaters, Donald Trump, election, election fraud, Fair Fight Action, fraud, Fulton County, Georgia, Joe Biden, pro-Biden bias, rigged, Trump, votes
(Natural News) Try as they might to legitimize Joe Biden’s “win” in the state of Georgia, the left will never, ever have a clean conscience – assuming these people have consciences – about the obvious election fraud that took place there.
First of all, thousands of votes for President Trump – the total number likely would have pushed him over the top – basically disappeared into thin air. Meanwhile, tens of thousands of mystery votes for Biden conveniently appeared, almost as if it was right on cue.
Further, thousands of votes for Trump were “mistakenly” switched to Biden in several counties, and never returned. These three factors alone just about prove, all on their own, that Trump did, in fact, win the state of Georgia.
“I concluded from looking at these results that this was an irregularity, since there was no obvious reason for President Trump’s totals to have decreased while former Vice President Biden’s totals increased dramatically,” says Voters Organized for Trusted Elections Results in Georgia (Voter GA) co-founder Garland Favorito, who just this week filed a sworn affidavit with Georgia’s secretary of state’s office.
Favorito says that Biden’s count throughout the state was “artificially inflated” through several means, not the least of which include the Dominion Voting Systems that evidence shows threw the state for Biden.
“The software appears to have thrown votes from Trump to Biden here, too,” Favorito stated during an interview with RealClearInvestigations. “Or Biden ballots were manufactured.”
The glaring disparity of gains between Trump and Biden is “something I had never witnessed before in my years of election monitoring,” Favorito added.
Elections should also be fair and honest, regardless of which party’s candidate is in question
To be clear, Favorito is not a Republican, nor does he support President Trump. He is a bipartisan career IT professional who for decades has been advocating for election integrity in Georgia. Favorito simply wants to see fair and honest election results, no matter who is running.
With that said, it is clear to Favorito that Georgia’s results are neither fair nor honest, which he explains in his Nov. 10 affidavit that was sent to state elections head Brad Raffensperger.
Because of these looming discrepancies, Favorito is recommending that the state’s election be fully recounted by hand, with all of the necessary safeguards and accountability measures fully in place this time.
This has supposedly already happened, but as we noted the so-called “audit” and “recount” were nothing but a farce, thanks to the corruptive influence of Raffensperger.
Where that leaves us comes down to any pending lawsuits that could potentially overturn Georgia’s election results while hopefully prohibiting the same fraud from occurring on Jan. 5 when Georgia will hold two U.S. Senate run-off elections.
Conservatives had better hope that the Republican candidates win, otherwise the current Republican majority will shift to a 50-50 split, handing the reins of power to Kamala Harris to cast the tie-breaking vote.
Favorito is still focused on dealing with the presidential election results, though, as it is of critical importance to not let fraud prevail.
“One candidate could not go up by 20,000 and the other do nothing – in Fulton County or any county in Georgia,” Favorito contends. “That’s just not going to happen.”
“I think they’re going to find the root cause of the irregularity was something electronic, and I think it’s going to change the results substantially.”
Favorito adds that he does not believe the vote swaps to be isolated incidents but rather systemic throughout every area where electronic voting systems and mail-in drop boxes were used.
If you would like to keep up with the latest news about election fraud, you can do so at Trump.news.
Sources for this article include: