Solomon: Ga. officials admit ‘bad things’ happened in 2020 election
UPDATED 6:00 PM PT – Thursday, June 17, 2021
Investigative reporter John Solomon sounded off on Georgia’s decision to probe the missing chain of custody documents. During a recent interview, Solomon cited a Fulton County election report which described voter irregularities found by Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.
“Raffsenberger’s own guy is saying bad, bad things are happening in Atlanta. Somebody left ballots and equipment out on a dock insecure,” he explained. “There are a suitcase of election materials that walk out, no chain of custody, no one even noticed who the person is that took it.”
Weeks ago, when I called for a forensic audit into Georgia’s election, the media called me crazy.
Now, yesterday, it was reported that Fulton County is missing chain of custody documents for countless absentee ballots.
— Vernon Jones For Governor (@RepVernonJones) June 15, 2021
Solomon went on to report up to 15,000 ballots have been unaccounted for. He explained although these ballots were assigned a number, they were not ran through voting machines and officially counted. The reporter also mentioned some ballots were scanned multiple times.
He went on to say, “There are many batches of documents, more than 2 dozen that are marked as having been double scanned, meaning they went through the machine and counted twice.”
Experts say up to 330,000 ballots could be impacted in a state Joe Biden won by fewer than 12,000 votes.