The Georgia election results are “untrustworthy,” says senate report
Georgia state senator William T. Ligon, Chairman of the committee which overheard evidence of election malfeasance earlier this month in Georgia, released a scathing report on his state’s troubled November election.
The Chairman’s report documents the evidence collected during the hearing and draws this damning conclusion: The election “…was chaotic and any reported results must be viewed as untrustworthy.”
Senator Ligon’s report also makes several key findings, including the assertion that “fraudulent ballots” were “purposely placed” into the final vote totals by election workers at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta.
The report also finds the following:
- Georgia election officials failed to enforce the state’s election rules.
- The state failed to provide adequate transparency during the signature verification and audit processes.
- The Georgia Secretary of State implemented an “unconstitutional gag order” to prevent poll monitors from using electronic devices to record the counting process.
- Officials at all levels failed to secure test ballots and there was a “systematic failure” to maintain appropriate records of the chain of custody for those ballots.
After reading the chairman’s report, it’s hard to imagine how one can have much, if any confidence in the reported results from Georgia.