After the 2020 Election, while Georgia was still counting ballots in their apparent effort to steal the election from President Trump, a Senior Election Official in Fulton County met with the local election board. During this conversation, the official, Richard Baron, gave many surprising answers.
We’ve reported on the Fulton County Election Official Richard Baron a number of times. Recently we reported on how a miracle was reported in Fulton County when it found 1,500 chain of custody forms after reporting they were missing for months.
Today we address Baron’s communications with the Fulton County Board of Commissioners on November 4th, the day after the 2020 Election.
The Number of Ballots
In the minutes attached below Baron noted the following numbers related to the election. On p 94 (103 in the pdf below) Baron released the number of ballots in the election gathered to date which total 551,030 ballots. But then on p 99 (108) Baron claims there were 515,030 ballots received to date. Then on page 101 (110) Barron tries to explain the difference between 58,188 and 14,152 ballots as presented by Barron. (The final results for Fulton County were 515,811.)
On p 95 (104) Baron claims that his team needs to create ballots for:
anything that’s out of precinct, we have to remake those ballots and then scan those. And then we can receive [inaudible] ballots through Friday as well, from military.” [Reminder later that all military ballots went to Joe Biden].
On p 103 (p 113) –*** ELECTION OBSERVERS QUESTION***
Commissioner Hausmann asked about observers: “”Okay. And there’s been observers the entire time watching the absentee ballot counting?”
Barron responds, “Yes”
Commissioner Hausmann: “”Even last night between 11:00 p.m. and 1:00 a.m.? Was there observers there?”
Barron responds, “secretary of state’s inspector came over there during that time….” And “some people were let go and when I found out they were letting some people go, I told them they needed to stay, so.”
The problem with this is the secretary of state’s inspector was there on behalf of the secretary of state, he was not there as an independent observer because he wasn’t independent. Also, what is really concerning is this same individual sent a message to the secretary of state’s attorney on election night notifying him that ballots were being counted twice in Fulton County.
Below are the minutes from the meeting in Fulton County.