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2020: 20,000+ Georgia Change of Address forms
15 of 101 question the 2020 election miniseries: Over 20,000 people filed a change of address for moving out of state
I appreciate you visiting my series titled 2020 election miniseries. I’m grateful for the many who express interest in this topic. I carefully research every article shared, and often spend hours or longer validating documents, reviewing courthouse documents. For your benefit, I avoid the “Jane Doe” anonymous claims and focus on individual documents, of which anyone can verify.
If you recall, the Trump-Pence team needed 10,000 votes to win Georgia. In my last article regarding the alleged ineligible Georgia voters, I disclosed the proper source noting 70,000 potentially ineligible ballots were cast. Today, I highlight 20,000 Georgia change of address forms. At this point, an important question emerges: do you think the election was stolen in Georgia? If we bring math and logic into the equation, what is the proper answer?
In the state of Georgia, also known as the Peach State, over 20,000 people submitted a formal Notice of Change Address form, noting they were moving out of state. This had the effect to legally make these voters ineligible to vote as a Georgian. These newly listed out of state voters remained on the Georgia voter rolls and voted during the 2020 Presidential election between Trump-Pence and Biden-Harris. This is just astounding.
An important question to ask is why would Georgia fail to remove citizens from the rolls who had clearly promoted an act of moving out of state? The state of Georgia clearly maintained these newly moving citizens on the Georgia Voter rolls.
Why didn’t the secretary of state raise this issue during, and after, the 2020 election?
Can we consider the state of Georgia’s lack of accurate voter rolls suspect, or fraudulent at best?
Source: In the Superior Court of Fulton County Sate of Georgia. November 30, 2020,
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