DeKalb County Georgia, Ballot Custody Records Missing


Posted originally on The Conservative tree house on December 6, 2020 by sundance

Sketchy Business – Throughout Georgia 300 drop boxes were used to collect absentee ballots in the November 2020 general election. The rather unusual ballot collection system was authorized under Georgia Election Code Emergency which was passed in July 2020.

According to the legal requirements every absentee ballot drop box collection team “shall complete and sign a ballot transfer form upon removing the ballots from the drop box, which shall include the date, time, location and number of ballots.”

After election officials began being challenged on several aspects related to unusual behavior within the Georgia election, the Georgia Star sent record requests to key counties asking for copies of the legally required chain of custody, the ballot transfer forms, for the collection boxes.

Most responses were received in a timely manner; however, DeKalb county said they need more time, and appears to have broken the chain of custody requirement.

This is additionally interesting as DeKalb county was a specific target for funding from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg who sent $4.8 million to them in order to hire “additional staff, voting and mail ballot equipment.” When questioned by The Georgia Star a lawyer for the county responded with a rather unusual answer.

[…] DeKalb County response instead came from an Assistant County Attorney.

It strains credulity to suggest that the election director of DeKalb County cannot say whether or not the legally required ballot transfer forms exist in 30 seconds, not the 30 days the county says it needs to be able to answer that question. (read more)

On December 4th the Trump campaign filed an election contest in Georgia, alleging violations of state laws in the 2020 election. President Trump held a rally yesterday in Valdosta and stated widespread fraud likely occurred in the state.

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