Election integrity group VoterGA held a press conference on Thursday to reveal shocking findings from their investigation of the 2020 presidential election and the runoff election in the Peach State.
In a post shared by Liz Harrington, the official spokeswoman for President Trump, images from the press conference stated the following: “The state cannot run a legitimate 2022 election without acknowledging and correcting the problems we identified for the 2020 election that was decided by 11,779 votes.”
According to VoterGA’s official website, the organization is a “non-profit, non-partisan, tax exempt organization created by a coalition of citizens working to restore election integrity in Georgia. We advocate for independently verifiable, auditable, recount-capable and transparent elections.”
Garland Favorito, the co-founder of VoterGA, revealed a list of evidence to urge Georgia officials to acknowledge and correct their state’s election processes.
Some of the key findings include:
“Six sworn affidavits of Fulton counterfeit ballots,
17,720 more votes than in person recount ballot images in Fulton,
Drop box video surveillance representing 181,507 ballots destroyed in 102 counties,
Improper Chain of Custody forms for 107,000 statewide,
86,860 voters in 2020 have false registration date prior to 2017 but were not on the 2017 history file,
Over 1.7 million original ballot images were lost or destroyed in 70 counties despite state and federal law,
Election was conducted on an unverifiable system that U.S. District Court already found to be illegal.”
Additionally, VoterGA revealed that pre-hand recount results in DeKalb District 2 changed runoff election results. Harrington remarked on Truth Social that this “actually switched the winner and the loser.”
She added in another statement “At least 1,500 of the winner’s Election Day votes went to another candidate. @VoterGA says the discrepancies are not lining up to what election officials are claiming the problem was, which would affect all in-person votes. Instead… ‘The inexplicable discrepancies are dramatically more pronounced on Election Day as opposed to Early Voting.’”