Garland Favorito, co-founder of a Georgia-based voter integrity watchdog called VoterGA, and his staff released a unique take on a classic Christmas carol to celebrate the holidays and a year of suspicious voting practices:
The Twelve Months of Cover-Ups — VoterGA Christmas Parody Video 12/20/21 @GaSecofState Raffy the Wolf@AATFP @GASenatePress @GaHouseHub #ElectionIntegrity #GeorgiaAudit #VoterGA #gapolhttps://t.co/mUvn6fzU6r
— Garland Favorito (@VoterGa) DECEMBER 23, 2021
“‘The Twelve Months of Cover-Ups’ is based on a true story told here by vibrant off-the-wall characters featuring a cast-and-crew of movers-and-shakers,” the original post reads.
“It’s been a tough year for Election Integrity — but VoterGA shows the world through video parody that singing out these Election Transparency Cover-Ups is serious fun!”
“The Twelve Months of Cover-Ups” song goes through the various uncovered election malfeasance uncovered in the state of Georgia, including “2 million lost ballot images,” “300 unsafe drop boxes,” “10 million bucks wasted annually,” and more.
They also draw the comparison of the “big bad wolf,” gifting Georgians each of the 12 months of cover ups.
The entire staff is decked out in festive garb.
VoterGA “is a non-partisan, non-profit organization that has led the election integrity movement in Georgia for 16 years. It is dedicated to restoring the integrity of Georgia elections through verifiable, auditable and recount-capable voting.”
VoterGA’s fight is mainly with Direct Recording Electronic systems, as they believe they are not “verifiable, auditable and recount-capable.”
They are also lobbying for a 2020 election audit, laying out reasons for suspicion of cheating on their website.