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Video: Election fraud exposed in Georgia: Reports

A man walks past voting signs displayed outside a polling station.(Joshua Lott/Getty Images/TNS)
April 02, 2024

Mark Wingate, a Fulton County Elections Board member, recently testified that he voted against the certification of the 2020 presidential election due to concerns he had regarding the integrity of the election. The Elections Board member claimed that Fulton County failed to verify the signatures of over 147,000 mail-in ballots.

Independent journalist known on X, formerly Twitter, as “Kanekoa The Great” shared a video Monday Wingate’s testimony. The journalist explained that the Fulton County Elections Board member’s testimony was part of a disbarment hearing for Jeffrey Clark, a former United States assistant attorney general. Clark is one of the 19 defendants charged by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis for allegedly engaging in attempts to overturn the 2020 presidential election results.

During the Zoom conference hearing, Wingate testified, “I had asked the question, ‘What did we do for signature verification?’ And the comment I got back, which frankly at that time floored me, was, ‘We didn’t do any.'”

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Throughout the hearing, Wingate testified that Fulton County did not provide a chain of custody documentation for mail-in ballots or surveillance footage for ballot drop boxes.

“I and other board members had requested that we obtain the chain of custody documentation from the department and none of that was ever delivered,” Wingate said. “There was never one surveillance tape, an inch of footage delivered to the board.”

Wingate also highlighted concerns he had about the voter registration rolls in Fulton County during the recent Zoom conference hearing.

“We had more voters on the active voter rolls than we did of the population of the entirety of Fulton County and then extrapolating for those of voting age, so that became a major concern of mine and frankly lasted throughout and continued even after the 2020 election.”

In addition to Wingate’s testimony, journalist Rachel Alexander tweeted that Garland Favorito, co-founder of VoterGA, shared his audit of the Fulton County election as part of Clark’s disbarment trial. Alexander reported that Favorito’s audit discovered a 60% error rate in election results matching ballot images.

“Tally sheet totals didn’t match the ballot images. Found falsified tally sheets – 100 to nothing for Biden,” Alexander stated. “Some were 200 to nothing, a technical impossibility. Whereas the ballot images showed a 60-40 ratio of Biden to Trump.”