Georgia still has over 350,000 votes (most likely nearly all for Joe Biden) that are invalid and yet were counted in the 2020 election. These illegal ballots helped Joe Biden win Georgia by 11,000 votes.
We first reported on December 26, 2020, that Georgia had 460,000 ballots that were missing legally required chain of custody documentation from the 2020 Election. Despite these legally required documents not being present, the Secretary of State Raffensperger and Governor Kemp (both Republicans) certified the election win for Joe Biden by 11,000 votes.
Now today, five months since the 2020 Election, these legally required documents are still nowhere to be found.
The Georgia Star reported yesterday:
Five months after the November 3, 2020 presidential election, officials at the state and county level in Georgia have failed to produce chain of custody records for more than 355,000 absentee vote by mail ballots deposited in drop boxes located around the state for that election.
Joe Biden was certified as the victor of Georgia and its 16 Electoral College votes by a margin of 11,599 votes, or less than 0.25 percent of the 5 million votes cast in the November 3, 2020 presidential election in Georgia. According to the Georgia Secretary of State’s office, 1.3 million of those votes were cast as absentee vote by mail ballots. Based on polling conducted by John McLaughlin & Associates, 700,000 of those absentee vote by mail ballots were sent via regular mail and 600,000 were deposited in the estimated 300 drop boxes located around the state and were manually picked up and transported by election workers to the local county registrar for subsequent counting.
According to Georgia Election Code Emergency Rule 183-1-14-0.8-.14, promulgated by the Georgia State Election Board in July 2020, but not codified by the state legislature at the time as the Georgia Constitution requires, each of Georgia’s 159 counties is responsible for documenting the transfer of every batch of absentee ballots picked up at drop boxes and delivered to the county election offices with ballot transfer forms. The forms are required to be signed and dated, with time of pick up by the collection team upon pick up, and then signed, dated, with time of delivery by the registrar or designee upon receipt and accepted.