Georgia ballot flaws revealed by Fulton County warehouse purge and forensic expert Jovan Pulitzer, Runbeck Election Services ballots suspect in GA & elsewhere
“It’s more important for people to get their ballots and turn them in than have a perfect set of instructions,”...Gabriel Sterling on GA absentee ballot error
“We are calling upon the elections officials to engage the GBI to investigate any and all fraudulent activities, including those which were brought to light during Senate committee hearings on December 3, 2020.”…Georgia Senate Republicans December 8, 2020
” This must be about stopping Trump”…Gabriel Sterling , GA election official
Jovan Pulitzer presented testimony before the Georgia Senate Judiciary Committee.
Before Mr. Pulitzer could audit the ballots he discovered and announced during an interview:
“Jovan Pulitzer: I’d like your permission of you and your fine audience that as I answer you that I have your permission to piss you off… The very minute that order went through and that order was followed, and all the legal notices were done, it didn’t even take four hours later where moving trucks with this stuff was backed up to those buildings trying to get rid of the evidence.”
Patrick Byrne tweeted on January 1, 2021.
From Citizen Wells this morning.
“33 percent of Tarrant County TX ballots from Runbeck Election Services of Phoenix AZ failed scan due to printing issue, Fulton County GA ballots supplier”
“So, who was covering their ass?
Georgia elections officials?
Runbeck Election Services?
A real problem, right?
It is worse!
From the AJC May 1, 2020.
“Georgia election officials said Tuesday they will correct absentee ballot instructions that erroneously told voters to insert ballots into envelopes that no longer exist.”
“The secretary of state’s office only learned that absentee ballot packets wouldn’t include inner envelopes when voters began receiving them late last week, Sterling said.
“About 27,000 ballots were misprinted with a missing header, requiring all of them to be copied by hand. Then new ballots had to be sent to about 500 people after another misprint omitting one of the proposed amendments to the state constitution.
An Arizona printing company took responsibility for the initial printing error, but the president of Runbeck Election Services told WPBF 25 News that his company wasn’t responsible for the latest misprints.”