On Wednesday night Tucker Carlson questioned the Fulton County Georgia presidential election results. This was his first major segment on election fraud in the 2020 election so it was quite exciting. It only took 8 months.
“That is not a conspiracy theory,” Carlson insisted. “It’s true.”
Referring to this week’s bombshell revelation that the election was “riddled with massive errors and provable fraud,” Carlson reported that “at least 36 batches of mail-in ballots from the November election were double counted in Fulton County,” a total of more than 4,000 votes.
Carlson explained that this explosive information came from the non-profit group VoterGA and Atlanta-area lawyer Bob Cheeley, after they had sued Fulton County.
He pointed out that even the left-of-center Atlanta-Journal-Constitution appeared to agree with VoterGA’s analysis after reviewing the ballot images independently, and concluded that hundreds of ballots were duplicated.
Carlson added that David Cross, a consultant for VoterGA, demonstrated during a press conference on Tuesday how votes in Fulton County were counted more than once.
In the video clip, Cross showed images of a ballot — one of many — that were counted twice in the audit, and professed not to know how such a thing could happen.
Carlson declared that it was every American’s right to know the answer because it “gets to the heart of the integrity of the election.”
The answer could involve a staffing service that was the main contractor used in Fulton County elections on Nov 3rd poll and during the Jan 5th U.S. Senate runoff.
According to recently discovered evidence, Democrat activist Stacey Abrams is linked to Happy Faces, a personnel group described by a whistleblower as “unqualified, untrained, hundred percent minority.”
“We’re not talking about a couple of ballots here,” Carlson declared. “We’re talking about a lot of ballots—at least hundreds of ballots involved—enough potentially to change the outcome of the election.”
Carlson reported that Fulton County tried to minimize the errors, contending that the duplicate ballots were just “isolated incidents,” and such issues “happen all the time.”
“The County claims that any errors were caught in previous recounts,” he said. “The problem is, neither one of those claims is true.”
Carlson aired surveillance video showing an election worker repeatedly feeding the same batch of ballots into a vote tabulator at State Farm Arena in Atlanta. He said the way to determine how many times the ballots were counted would be to examine the audit tally sheets.
“Tellingly, for months after the 2020 election, Fulton County failed to provide more than 100,000 of those tally sheets—including 50,000 for mail-in ballots,” Carlson explained. “When VoterGA finally forced Fulton County to turn over the tally sheets, the conclusion was stunning.”
The host explained that the audit found seven falsified tally sheets containing fabricated vote totals. “For example, a batch containing 59 actual ballot images for Joe Biden, 42 for Donald Trump … was reported as 100 for Biden, zero for Trump,” he said.
The actual total for the seven batches of votes was reportedly 554 votes for Joe Biden, 140 for Donald Trump, and 11 votes for Jo Jorgensen. The tally sheets, however were falsified tally to show 850 votes for Biden, zero for Trump, and zero for Jorgensen, Carlson said.
“How is that not flat-out criminal fraud?” he asked. “We’d like to know because it certainly sounds like flat-out criminal fraud.”
Carlson went on to display a picture provided by a whistleblower that appears to show an election worker counting stacks of uncreased mail-in ballots, which Carlson noted was odd because they should have been folded to fit into an envelope.
Additionally, according to the host, an election expert named Mark Davis analyzed data from the Post Office and found a glaring problem.
“He found that nearly 35,000 Georgia voters moved out of their county of residence more than a month prior to Election Day,” Carlson explained, going on to question why none of this seems to matter to anyone in power.
They were ineligible to vote. And yet they did. They still voted in their old county. That is illegal. It’s not a small thing. Violating election law is something we should care about, and by law, their vote should have been excluded from the total. But they were not excluded. Why are we okay with that? Why are we okay with any of this? We’re okay with it because we’ve been told we have to be okay with it. We’re undermining Democracy if we ask questions about what happened during the 2020 election.
Carlson called that “a perfect inversion of the truth,” and warned that the country could be on a collision course with something unspeakable because the ruling class refuses to address any of these irregularities.
Without answers to legitimate questions, democracy dies. People begin to understand that the system they were told was on the level is in fact rigged. And if they believe that, God knows what they do next.”
On Tuesday, Representative Jody Hice (R-GA) called for the Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to “immediately resign” from office due to the overwhelming evidence of voter fraud found in the state.
“Over the last 48 hours there have been massive developments into the investigation of Georgia’s 2020 election,” Hice said in a video posted on Facebook.
Hice, who recently announced he is running for Georgia Secretary of State, was outraged that tens of thousands of illegally cast ballots were allowed to be counted.
“Some ten thousand or more ballots were illegally cast by individuals who did not live in the county where they voted,” he said. “There can be as many as 35,000 such ballots that were illegally cast.”
The congressman added: “In Fulton County, there is now undeniable proof of voter irregularity if not outright voter fraud.”
Hice called for a forensic audit of all mail-in ballots cast in the state in the November election, and for a judge to decide whether the election was valid.
“Raffensperger needs to immediately resign as secretary of state,” he declared.