Georgia Deputy Secretary of State Jordan Fuchs
The Washington Post outed Jordan Fuchs as their anonymous source for their garbage article this week on President Trump’s phone call with Georgia officials in late December.
Fuchs provided the WaPo with a fraudulent Trump quote that the paper ran in an anti-Trump hit piece on January 9th.
They planned it to do most damage to President Trump before the sham impeachment trial in the US Senate.
Fuchs ran Raffensperger’s campaign for Secretary of State.
According to Georgia activists, Fuchs, Raffensberger and the entire Secretary of State’s office were not helpful at all during investigations following the controversial 2020 presidential election in the state of Georgia.
According to the Georgia Star News Jordan Fuchs is not apologetic at all after leaking fraudulent information to the far-left Washington Post and damaging President Trump the GOP candidates in the state.
The Georgia Star News reported:
The Georgia Secretary of State official who was the anonymous source for a Washington Post story about former U.S. President Donald Trump — a story that people now discredit — said Tuesday the paper got the story correct.
This, aside from a few minor mistakes, said Georgia Deputy Secretary of State Jordan Fuchs, the anonymous source, as The Post confirmed last week.
The Post story cited Trump’s phone call late last year with Georgia Secretary of State Chief Investigator Frances Watson. During that call, Trump urged Watson to look for fraudulent mail-in ballots in Fulton County. The paper said Trump’s conduct and words — which the paper now admits it took out of context — constituted criminal behavior.
Writers at The Post, upon discovering new evidence, this week corrected their story.
But Fuchs told The Georgia Star News Tuesday that The Post story was mostly faithful to what really happened.
“I believe the [original] story accurately reflected the investigator’s interpretation of the call,” Fuchs said in an emailed statement.
“The only mistake here was in the direct quotes, and they should have been more of a summary.”
Read the full report here.
And more background is here.