Democrats openly pledged to defeat President Trump by any means necessary.
So the massive amount of voter fraud shouldn’t be shocking.
And one Democrat voter fraud trick in Georgia will change everything for Trump.
Cases of voter fraud have emerged all across the country following the November election.
There has been enough to likely overturn Biden victories in a number of states, but election officials have fought tooth and nail to prevent that from happening.
One state in particular that has been a battleground is Georgia.
On election night, President Trump was on track to win by wide margins in the state.
But mysterious ballot dumps day after the election flipped the state Trump dominated just four years ago toward Biden.
And even more troubling is that the state’s upcoming runoff Senate elections will decide the fate of the U.S. Senate.
Democrat candidates Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock are challenging Republican Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue to decide who will control the Senate.
The winners will stay in power for six years, making this a massive race, which has seen unheard of amounts of money being flooded in, to the tune of over $100 million for each Democrat candidate.
So putting in safeguards against voter fraud is vital, and something that Democrats are working to block from occurring.
The biggest effort to prevent voter fraud has been purging voter rolls of ineligible voters.
Often, voters who have died, or moved, remain on the voting rolls, opening up the door to fraud, especially with mail-in-voting taking such a leading role in the election.
Purging of the voter rolls was in motion, but has now hit a major roadblock.
Former Democrat Candidate for Governor Stacey Abrams’ sister, Leslie Abrams Gardner, who is a federal judge, has blocked two countries from purging their voter rolls of ineligible voters.
Her decision comes in response to a Democrat Party attorney’s lawsuit on behalf of the group Majority Forward, which argues that unverified change-of-address data was used to invalidate the registrations.
The election board of Muscogee county, which is one of the counties affected, previously tried to get Gardner removed from the case, due to her relationship with her sister, who is involved in many of the voter drive efforts.
“Abrams’ involvement in the Fair Fight Litigation . . . is sufficient to satisfy the standard for mandatory judicial recusal,” the board’s attorneys wrote. “Abrams has a clear interest in the outcome of this proceeding and other similarly situated litigation in Georgia due to her voting advocacy through projects such as Fair Fight and the New Georgia Project.”
This is a horrible sign for Republicans going into this vital Georgia runoff election.