GA Senator Burt Jones Speaks to TGP’s Conradson after AZ Audit Tour: “Very Well Organized, Very Businesslike Operation” – GA Secretary of State Is Trying to Put Obstacles Up

On Tuesday, State legislators from Georgia, Alaska, and Colorado made a pilgrimage to Arizona in order to review the groundbreaking Arizona audit’s procedures and logistics on the spot.

The Gateway Pundit reported on this landmark moment as it happened.

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Delegations have been coming to Arizona to examine the process and what it would take to replicate it. Last week a delegation from Pennsylvania traveled to the audit center.  Today, Georgia, Alaska and Colorado visited the center.  And more delegations are expected at the center EVERY DAY THIS WEEK!

That’s not all!  The hand recount is expected to be completed this week, and we will have a result on who won Maricopa County in the coming weeks.

After a delegation consisting of Georgia State Senator Burt Jones, State Senator Brandon Beach and Garland Favorito toured the facility, TGP’s Jordan Conradson spoke to Sen. Burt Jones for his thoughts on the process.

Conradson: I know you did a walkthrough of the full forensic audit here in Arizona. Can you give me a quick walkthrough of what you and other legislators did today?

State Sen. Burt Jones: we came out here with a team of auditors who are working on the current case in Fulton County, Georgia, and we really just come out here for a fact-finding mission. You know, we heard a lot about what was going on in Arizona, a lot of good, lot of bad so we said we had come out here and to see for ourselves. We did that, what we saw inside the auditorium was a very well organized, very businesslike operation that was going on. Which gave the people working on Fulton County’s case some good ideas, and you know, they learn some things they might want to do, they learn some things you might not want to do. So, it all in all was a good day, and I appreciate the hospitality from the good people out here in Arizona.

Conradson: So, what do you think of the actual process itself was it secure was it transparent?

State Sen. Burt Jones: It looked very secure looked very transparent I mean they had security all in the arena, they had multiple people at each table. You know, 3 counters at each table and then they had protocols and steps in place to verify, and verify again, and verify three or four times over. The tabulation and things of that nature, so it looks very secure and I know that they’ll be ready to get the process done.

Conradson: Is this a process you plan to replicate in Georgia?

State Sen. Burt Jones: I don’t know you know, we’ve got the Fulton County lawsuits going on I’m trying to be as helpful, trying to be as helpful as we can from the state’s side with that lawsuit and we just have to see what the findings are from that and then go from there.

Conradson: Can you tell me what the next step is after the lawsuit?

State Sen. Burt Jones: You don’t know until they finish their process.

Conradson: Is there anyone in Georgia that’s dragging their feet and holding this process behind?

State Sen. Burt Jones: Fulton county’s fighting you know and the Secretary of State has been trying to put up obstacles in front of it as well, but thankfully the judge is being very judicial and it seems it seems they’re being very fair and working through the process, and so we’ll just see what happens there.

This is a very secure and transparent process, as we have been told by everybody but the mainstream media and Democrats

This audit should find its way through courts with no problems as it is Georgia’s right to audit their vote. Secretary of State Ben Raffensperger needs to stand down and yield to GA voters if we are to get a result out of Georgia.

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Jordan Conradson, formerly TGP’s Arizona correspondent, is currently on assignment in Washington DC. Jordan has played a critical role in exposing fraud and corruption in Arizona's elections and elected officials. His reporting on election crimes in Maricopa County led to the resignation of one election official, and he was later banned from the Maricopa County press room for his courage in pursuit of the truth. TGP and Jordan finally gained access after suing Maricopa County, America's fourth largest county, and winning at the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals. Conradson looks forward to bringing his aggressive style of journalism to the Swamp.

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