Country Over Party

Death Threats

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is a Republican. Raffensperger is a well-respected Republican in Georgia. However, fellow Republicans continue to pressure him. Trump’s henchmen want him to commit voter fraud.  They want him to throw out legal ballots to reverse the election for Trump.

“It doesn’t matter what political party or which campaign does that,” Raffensperger said. “The secrecy of the vote is sacred.”

He is now receiving death threats from alt-right gang members. In an interview with the Washington Post, Raffensperger placed country over party. Democracy over loyalty to Trump. He rejected Trump’s baseless allegations about the integrity of the Georgia results. Raffensperger confirmed that every accusation of fraud will be thoroughly investigated. However, there is currently no credible evidence that fraud occurred.

“I’m an engineer. We look at numbers. We look at hard data,” Raffensperger said. “I can’t help it that a failed candidate like Collins is running around lying to everyone. He’s a liar.”

Voter Fraud

Raffensperger accused Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina of trying to disenfranchise legally cast absentee ballots. Incredibly, Graham asked whether Raffensperger had the power to toss all mail ballots in counties found to have higher rates of nonmatching signatures. In other words, Graham wanted to commit voter fraud. Raffensperger was stunned that Graham suggested not counting legally cast ballots.

“It sure looked like he was wanting to go down that road,” Raffensperger said.

Meanwhile, our Senator repeats Trump’s unfounded claims about voting irregularities. However, Graham did admit to talking to Raffensperger. But the head of the Senate Judiciary denied exerting undue influence on his fellow Republican to affect the ongoing recount.

“If he feels threatened by that conversation, he’s got a problem,” Graham added. “I actually thought it was a good conversation.”

Graham told reporters that he had also spoken with the secretaries of state in Nevada and Arizona. But that was also a lie. The Republican Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs contradicted his story on Twitter, saying she had not spoken with him. Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske also denied that he had contacted her.

Christopher Krebs was the head of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency at the Department of Homeland Security. Trump fired him for telling the truth. He released a statement.

“There is no evidence that any voting system deleted or lost votes, changed votes, or was in any way compromised,” the committee had said. “While we know there are many unfounded claims and opportunities for misinformation about the process of our elections, we can assure you we have the utmost confidence in the security and integrity of our elections, and you should too.”