Here we go again. In the advent of Obama came sanctuary cities and other laws which conflicted with federal law. As if our law enforcement officers don’t have enough challenges doing their jobs. Now Obama radicals are creating bogus city administrative orders in an attempt to not have to comply with state laws created to protect elections.
The 2020 Presidential Election was stolen in Georgia. We can say this confidently since to this day there are over 400,000 absentee ballots that were counted in the 2020 election (mostly for Joe Biden) that lack the legally required chain of custody documentation required by law:
Georgia ‘Republican’ Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger counted all these ballots in the election because he needed them so he could give the Georgia election to Biden by 10,000 votes. Clearly, the results in Georgia were not valid.
So the state created a new law a week ago to protect Americans from similar corrupt results in the future (of course Raffensperger had no right to certify the 400,000 ballots which were invalid in 2020 in the first place).
The Democrats and other corrupt politicians don’t want fair elections. They want to be able to fill out and hand in as many fraudulent ballots as they can so they can steal elections. So in response to the state’s new voter election law, the Democrats in Atlanta decided to create their own law for their elections.
Trending politics is reporting:
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms issued an Administrative Order on Tuesday that pushes back against Georgia’s new election integrity law.
Mayor Bottoms’ order states that the election integrity measures signed into law by Governor Brian Kemp make changes that “include empowering officials to take over local election boards, limiting the use of ballot drop boxes, and imposing new voter identification requirements and limitations for the use of absentee ballots.”
The mayor also argues that these “voting restrictions will disproportionately impact residents in cities and counties with high density populations, including the City of Atlanta, and will impose barriers to their ability to vote.”
Two contentious aspects of the Georgia election integrity law are the use of ballot “drop boxes” and unsolicitied mail-in ballots.