Georgia SOS Had His Goons Secretly Open Sealed Ballots While Plaintiffs Were Kept in the Dark


According to RealClear Investigations, state investigators “quietly broke the seal on one suspicious box and inspected the hundreds of votes it contained for signs of fraud” under the instruction of Frances Watson, the chief investigator for the secretary of state’s office.

The ballots in question were a central part of concerns surrounding the legitimacy of Fulton County’s vote in the 2020 election. As such, Superior Court Judge Brian Amero placed them under a protective order in January.

Nonetheless, Watson admitted she sent employees to inspect batches of sealed ballots earlier this year and said the investigators “didn’t find anything,” RCI reported.

VoterGA.org founder Garland Favorito, who is a veteran poll watcher in Georgia, said the state officials did not inform Amero that they inspected the sealed ballots. The watchdogs responsible for suing the state to inspect the ballots were also reportedly kept in the dark.

“If the secretary of state’s office did that, they tampered with the ballots and violated Georgia state law,” Favorito said. “They would have had to ask for a court order to unseal and inspect those ballots and they never did that.”

In an amicus brief filed in April, Raffensperger’s attorneys told Amero they opposed the idea of petitioners inspecting the same ballots because they felt it was a “fishing expedition.”

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