A bombshell from the Georgia Record revealed that Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger and two of his top officials who became household names in the wake if the 2020 election scandal might all be secret Democrats.
Raffensperger, Chief Operating Officer Gabriel Sterling and Deputy Secretary of State Jordan Fuchs all are linked to Atlanta’s Landmark Communications, which boasts being a go-to source for Republican candidates in the Peach State to get elected.
However, the company also has ties to investors who are linked to the Chinese Communist Party, the Gateway Pundit reported.
Similar accusations flew in early January after audio surfaced of Raffensperger thanking a group of donors in Mandarin.
But Landmark may prove to be the long-sought missing link.
The Record noted that the company has a past record of running radical Democrats as Republicans—including Nazeera Dawood, a vocal supporter of the pro-Marxist activist group Black Lives Matters, who ran for mayor in a heavily Asian suburb north of Atlanta.
“We believe there has been a concerted effort among Democrat operatives to do just that – infiltrate the GOP and run ‘progressives’ as Republicans, who are lying about their beliefs and views on the issues,” it wrote.
In addition to Raffensperger, Sterling and Fuchs—who leaked the contents of a private phone conversation with President Donald Trump to national media outlets, fueling Democrats’ early calls for an impeachment do-over—the Record identified two other likely GOP imposters in the Atlanta suburbs.
The surreptitious effort to slip sleeper-candidate into a rival party is likely to bring new scrutiny from the state’s GOP leaders, who have been scrambling to close election-related loopholes in one of the top targets for leftist billionaire oligarchs like George Soros.
One of those who may come under scrutiny is gubernatorial candidate Vernon Jones, a former Democrat member of the state legislature who broke rank in support of Trump.
Jones plans to challenge incumbent Gov. Brian Kemp in the gubernatorial primary next year. However, Kemp’s own allegiances have been called into question over his failure to act more forcefully in the aftermath of the election.
Headline USA reached out to Jones’ campaign for comment and will update with any response.