GA Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger bragged on Twitter about beating Democrats in court over a “very strong voter rights case.”

On Friday, the Joe Biden’s radical Justice Department filed a lawsuit against Georgia over the state’s new voting law.

The lawsuit will challenge several of the provisions in Georgia Senate Bill 202, according to the DOJ.

The outspoken Representative Majorie Taylor Greene gave a blistering response to Raffensperger’s tweet:

You should stop taking your lying points, I mean talking points, from your friend Stacey Abrams.

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1. SOS doesn’t make laws.

2. Your mass absentee mailing deal with Stacey is the reason GA’s election went out of control.

3. Yes you’ll be in court after audits, get a defense lawyer.

American Thinker breaks down the relationship between failed Democrat gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams and SOS Raffensperger:

Many Republicans feel betrayed by Governor Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger’s certification of the vote. Not all Republicans are as forthright as President Trump, who openly declared when talking to reporters on Thanksgiving Day that Raffensperger “got played” by Democrat powerhouse Stacey Abrams.

While Abrams is at the center of the powerplay, she’s not the only powerful female Democrat behind the dramatic changes in how absentee ballots are handled in the state of Georgia. Congresswoman Cheri Bustos (D-IL), Senator Nikema Williams (D-GA) and Senator Catherine Cortez Masto (D-NV), through their organizations Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee(DCCC, Bustos, IL), Democratic Party of Georgia (DPG, Williams, GA), and Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC, Masto, NV) were at the forefront of a lawsuit filed in 2019 and won in March of this year against Secretary of State Raffensperger and the Georgia Board of Elections that changed how absentee ballots are handled in the state of Georgia.

  1. The Democratic Party not only launched a legal campaign to push through legislation that gave voters time to fix rejected absentee ballot applications but they also organized an apparatus to “save” rejected ballots through volunteer “Ballot rescue phone callers.”

The settlement of that lawsuit gave voters time to fix rejected ballots and required election officials to inform voters whose ballots were rejected within three business days. Even though the onus is on election officials in the agreement, the actual reality of who prevents those ballots from being rejected is not always election officials. For example, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee directly links to the Georgia Democrats’ “Join the Voter Protection Team!” webpage, where an individual can find out how to volunteer to become a “Ballot rescue phone caller” to “help fix any issues when trying to cast their vote,” including issues with absentee ballot applications, absentee ballots, casting a ballot, etc., etc. There remains a question as to whether such actions violate the equal protection clause which guarantees every individual’s right to vote regardless of party affiliation. Since this “ballot rescue” operation is viewable on the Georgia Democrats website, it seems logical to assume that these volunteers would not be reaching out to “rescue” a Republican absentee voter’s ballot, only a Democrat.

Stacey Abrams’ organization Fair Fight pushed through legislation that compelled Georgia to accept email absentee ballot applications and to weaken the verification process in the email ballot applications.

The second part of the all-female Democratic Party cabal’s strategy was through Stacey Abrams’ organization Fair Fight when in July of this year, Abrams launched a successful campaign to compel all counties in Georgia to accept email applications for absentee ballots. That changed not only how absentee ballot applications are submitted but also how they are verified. Unlike the paper absentee ballot applications that require a signature, online absentee ballot applications require voters to provide either a driver’s license or another ID number to confirm their identity. In theory, then, an individual who knows the driver’s license number of the person who is ostensibly submitting the ballot could falsely submit an application and would very likely not be caught.

There is also a security issue related to the reception of these emails as it opens the door for many individuals to be looking at the application itself, where it’s clearly stated whether the voter is Republican or Democrat.

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