BREAKING: OFFICIAL GEORGIA VOTING RECORDS: 125,000+ BALLOTS Were Cast By UNDERAGE, UNREGISTERED, and ILLEGAL VOTERS


By John Paluska, Founder of The Daily Fodder

As the Supreme Court turned down Texas's completely factual and Constitutionally essential lawsuit concerning HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS of fraudulent votes, another potent material fact of voter fraud in Georgia has come to light proving MORE THAN 115,000 BALLOTS were illegally cast.

The earth-shattering fact comes from a Trump Campaign lawsuit that was just petitioned to the Georgia Supreme Court. 

The lawsuit states:

61. In violation of O.C.G.A. Section 21.2.216(b), Respondents jointly and severally, allowed as many as 2,560 felons with an uncompleted sentence to register to vote and to cast their vote in the Contested Election. Exhibit 3 attached hereto and incorporated by reference. 

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64. In violation of O.C.G.A Section 21.2.216(c), Respondents, jointly and severally, allowed at least 66,347 underage - and therefore ineligible - people to illegally register to vote, and subsequently illegally vote. See Exhibit 3

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67. Respondents, jointly and severally, allowed at least 2,423 individuals to vote who were not listed in the State's records as having been registered to vote. See Exhibit 3

68. Respondents then, jointly and severally, improperly counted these illegal votes in the election.

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73. In violation of O.C.G.A. Section 21-2-217, Respondents, jointly and severally, allowed at least 4,926 individuals to vote in Georgia who had registered to vote in another state after their Georgia voter registration date. See Exhibit 2.

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76. In violation of O.C.G.A. Section 21-2-217, Respondents, jointly and severally, allowed at least 395 individuals to vote in Georgia who also cast ballots in another state (the "Double Voters"). See Exhibit 2.

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82. In violation of O.C.G.A. Section 21-2-217, Respondents, jointly and severally, allowed at least 15,700 individuals to vote in Georgia who had filed a national change of address with the United States Postal Service prior to November 3, 2020. See Exhibit 2.

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85. In violation of O.C.G.A. Section 21-2-218(b), Respondents, jointly and severally, allowed at least 40,279 individuals to vote who had moved across county lines at least 30 days prior to Election Day and who had failed to properly re-register to vote in their new county after moving. Exhibit 4 attached hereto and incorporated by reference.

This is just a sampling of the illegal votes listed in the lawsuit, but it is nevertheless striking. The evidence they cite include the official vote totals (Exhibit 3 found on page), hand recount totals (Exhibit 2), and an official balance sheet showing all the discrepancies found in the election that came from Coffee County's Board of Elections and Registration, who claimed (on page 224 of the lawsuit) in the memo they sent with the discrepancies that:

The Coffee County Board of Elections and Registration cannot certify the electronic recount numbers given its inability to repeatably duplicate creditable election results.

But, don't worry, the mainstream media says there's "no evidence" of fraud. Yeah right.


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  1. "But, don't worry, the mainstream media says there's "no evidence" of fraud. Yeah right."
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    they are now using the term "wide-spread", as in "there's no evidence of wide-spread fraud."

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