Video of election fraud shows one Georgia poll worker passing USB driver to another worker during the ballot count
A new video of an obvious election fraud in Georgia went viral. The footage shows two ballot workers passing around a USB driver while ballots were still being counted.
One of the poll workers can be seen sneaking around and then reaching to her pocket before handing other poll worker what appears to be a USB driver. There is no information what the USB drive contains.
One of the workers, who can be seen on the video sitting at the table working on ballots was identified by The Gateway Pundit as Ruby Freeman. Her Facebook account says, her daughter Shaye was her supervisor, who allegedly passed the USS driver to another individual.
“I do think the president and Republicans in general need to refine their approach to how we handle this post-election process,” Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan told CNN.
Watch the video below.
What’s going on in Georgia? pic.twitter.com/3kwqNCgAv9— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) December 4, 2020
“I think there’s two parts that really are concerning to me,” he added. “One is the short term in the Senate election in making sure we don’t alienate any voters that we need to show up for Sen. [Kelly] Loeffler and Sen. [David] Perdue. And I think secondly, we run the risk of alienating voters longer term.”