Thursday, June 13, 2024

Raffensperger Taps Aggressively Woke Salesforce to Manage Ga. Voter Rolls

'The only thing I can think that’s left is that the Georgia Secretary of State has been compromised...'

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Georgia‘s RINO secretary of state, Brad Raffensperger, has taken more steps to institutionalize election fraud in the state by hiring Salesforce, a notoriously woke San Francisco company, to oversee its voter rolls, the Gateway Pundit reported.

Although Raffensperger currently faces a serious primary challenge from Trump-backed US Rep. Jody Hice, he has doubled down on his previous efforts to wreak havoc on the Peach State’s elections.

In February, the nonprofit government accountability group Voter GA first revealed that Raffensperger’s office had hired Salesforce to manage Georgia’s Voter Registration System.

“This makes no technical sense, and it makes no business sense. So then you have to start asking, what sense does it make,” said Voter GA’s Garland Favorito.

“The only thing I can think that’s left is that the Georgia Secretary of State has been compromised. … It’s time for the Governor and Attorney General to step up. It’s time for the legislature to ban this”

Salesforce, which maintains close ties to Amazon, has been an aggressive supporter of cancel culture, coercing many of its prominent corporate clients to act against their own commercial interests by attacking gun rights and endorsing other controversial leftist causes.

Moreover, the company’s CEO, Marc Benioff, is an avid left-wing activist, who sits on the Board of Trustees of the World Economic Forum—the globalist organization par excellence which backs the Great Reset and other attempts to manufacture and use global crises to enforce a global bureaucracy.

Benioff also has connections with left-wing activist Stacey Abrams, who is now attempting a second run for governor after her failed 2018 bid do defeat Republican Brian Kemp.

When questioned about the decision to hire Salesforce, Raffensperger noted that the new system is in place.

“County and local elections officials around the state have already been introduced to the new system and will be trained on it in the coming weeks and months,” he said.

Raffensberger first sparked controversy in February 2020 by conceding a lawsuit waged by Abrams and corrupt lawyer Marc Elias that relaxed the state’s voting safeguards, including the installation of remote ballot drops, without first seeking the approval of the state legislature, which was responsible for overseeing election law.

In the immediate aftermath of the 2020 election, Raffensperger further helped Democrats secure victory in Georgia by delaying vote counting for days while allowing thousands of Biden ballots to be “found.”

He subsequently refused to investigate strong evidence uncovered by the Trump campaign and independent sleuths like Voter GA.

And when then-President Donald Trump attempted to make his case for Raffensperger to investigate even a small fraction of the alleged fraud, the secretary of state’s office secretly recorded the call and leaked it to the Washington Post.

After Raffensperger came under scrutiny, recordings emerged of him addressing a group of Chinese donors in Mandarin, with some speculating that the country’s communist government might have infiltrated his campaign.

Headline USA’s Ben Sellers contributed to this report.

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