It seems like a lot, but it’s probably just the tip of the ice berg in terms of election ‘irregularities’ in Georgia….
The latest reports of election ‘irregularities’ in Georgia have revealed that over 1,600 non-citizens attempted to vote in various elections.
Admittedly, this is not that many per election, but some of this attempted illegal voting dates back to 1997, with a notable uptick in these attempts since 2016…
The moral of the story? The voting system is a mess, and it is downright irresponsible to look at that mess and claim that no avenues exist for election fraud.
Georgia Secretary of State Raffensperger has referred these names to investigators, but these ‘irregularities’ are perhaps the least of Georgia’s concerns when it comes to election integrity…
Here’s more on the story:
Attempting to register to vote while knowingly being ineligible is a violation of Georgia law.https://t.co/6gRKYPZLjk
— NTD News (@news_ntd) April 12, 2022
Noncitizen voting does not belong in Georgia, and I will keep fighting to protect the vote of every American citizen.https://t.co/cAzBIQryA4
— GA Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (@GaSecofState) April 6, 2022
According to The Epoch Times:
According to an April 11 statement by the secretary of state’s office, 69 percent of the attempts to register were concentrated in just five counties: DeKalb (345), Fulton (275), Gwinnett (221), Cobb (143), and Clayton (141).
“I will continue to take steps to ensure Georgia’s elections are executed with integrity.”@GASecofState Brad Raffensperger referred 1,634 cases of non-citizens attempting to register to vote for investigation and potential prosecution. https://t.co/KVNi2TrPHm
— The Epoch Times (@EpochTimes) April 12, 2022
“The audit uncovered attempted registrations by non-citizens in 88 counties across The Peach State. While the attempts occurred between 1997 and February 24, 2022, most of the attempted registrations — 80.7% or 1,319 — have occurred since 2016.” https://t.co/iVMdQ5occ9
— 🇺🇸 Butters 🇺🇸 (@ButtersToo2) April 12, 2022
Just The News had this to say:
Raffensperger, the subject of former President Donald Trump’s criticisms, is undoubtedly trying to use the case to strengthen his position as tough on election malfeasance.
He used the state-issued news release to lambast Stacey Abrams, a Democrat who unsuccessfully ran for governor four years ago and is running again this year.