Garland Favorito was on The Joe Hoft Show at the Real Talk Radio Network yesterday to discuss Tuesday’s primary results in Georgia and the stolen election of 2020.
On Tuesday the state of Georgia held its primaries for the GOP and the Democrats. The current governor Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger were big winners in the state but no one believes it. The election issues with the 2020 Election have never been fully addressed because of these two corrupt politicians.
But the state moved ahead with the election anyway and these two GOP politicians who gave the 2020 Election to Joe Biden somehow, miraculously or maliciously, won their primaries.
Garland Favorito and VoterGA released damning information on Monday, the day before the primary, showing that the state destroyed 1.7 million ballot images from the 2020 Election that were supposed to be maintained per federal law. Also, two-thirds of the counties in the state were unable to provide ballot drop box videos from the 2020 Election. This results in over 181,000 ballots that are missing the evidence that they camp
Garland Favorito shared his thoughts on the Georgia primaries this week and on new information on the stolen 2020 Election.
In regards to Brad, I don’t think anyone down here [in Georgia] believes that he actually won, without a runoff yesterday. That is a huge problem. You know that he purchased voting systems that is unverifiable. The United States district court found that it was in violation of two Georgia statutes.
Then he fights to make sure that ballots are still secret and not publicly available. And so the results coming up yesterday and quite frankly I don’t think any of us down here reallyactually believe that, very few people actually think that these results are accurate…
…Here’s the thing. He could not even be a delegate in his own precinct, he’s was that unpopular. He’s one of the most unpopular people in the state of Georgia, particularly amongst Republicans. So to say that over half the Republicans voted for him as Secretary of State is just really a stretch of the imagination…
The full interview, including work done by VoterGA in Georgia is below: