A former US congressman alleged that surveillance footage from one Georgia county showed only 24 people dropping off absentee ballots at an unmanned dropbox, even though it recorded 19,000 ballots received.
“[O]ver Columbus Weekend, a three-day weekend, 19,000 votes were counted,” former Rep. Jack Kingston told Newsmax on Tuesday, as reported by the Gateway Pundit.
“But surveillance shows that only 24 people went to the dropbox,” he added. “You can’t have that kind of ballot harvesting in the state of Georgia. So we have to look into this.”
Kingston, who now identifies himself on Twitter as a conservative activist and Trump surrogate, did not specify the county or dropbox that averaged 800 ballots per operative.
In total, DeKalb was believed to have at least 43,000 invalid votes that lacked the proper chain-of-custody documentation, according to former President Donald Trump.
“I would respectfully request that your department check this and, if true, along with many other claims of voter fraud and voter irregularities, start the process of decertifying the Election, or whatever the correct legal remedy is, and announce the true winner,” Trump wrote in a recent letter to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.
The ballot dropboxes were largely underwritten by left-wing billionaires including Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who sank an estimated $400 million of his own fortune into swaying the election against Trump by exploiting loopholes and weaknesses in the voting laws.
Zuckerberg spent $51 million in Georgia alone, much of that directed toward the deep-red state’s urban centers, such as the counties surrounding Atlanta, where Democrats dominate the racially-charged politics.
The latest Georgia bombshell comes after a mixed outcome in the Arizona Senate’s independent audit of Maricopa County.
While the report from auditing firms including Cyber Ninjas uncovered several serious irregularities that likely affected the outcome, leftist media sites spun the story by focusing on a relatively minor detail that the official tally from the audit actually added votes to Biden.
Critics of the recount and auditing processes in both Georgia and Arizona have noted that if the ballots themselves were received through ill-gotten and illegal means, the tally itself is irrelevant.
In both states, Democrat Joe Biden allegedly edged Trump by fewer than 15,000 votes, putting the then-incumbent well within striking distance in the Electoral Count.
Several other battleground states, including Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, also have floated the possibility of conducting audits or investigations into the 2020 voting.