BREAKING: Vernon Jones Schedules Press Conference to Call for a FULL FORENSIC AUDIT of Georgia’s 2020 Election Results
It looks like the ball is finally starting to roll a little bit with other states starting to initiate or at least call for forensic audits of their own ballots and voting machines.
This has been going on in Arizona in Maricopa County since it was the most important county in the state in regards to the election.
So far, at least two states have performed some form of an authentic audit, but only in certain locations and not statewide. At least they’re being done though.
Now, Republican Vernon Jones, who is going to be running for Governor or Georgia has called for a full forensic audit of the ballots and the machines used in the election.
To my fellow Georgians – who share my concern for the integrity and security of our elections – I invite you to join me at Liberty Plaza in Atlanta for a press conference tomorrow at 11:00am.
I will be making a huge announcement.
Jones called for Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to resign immediately after it was brought to light that he edited then released a recording of former President Trump in an effort to embarrass him publicly. Trump had been requesting help from Raffensperger in investigating the 2020 election and Raffensperger declined to do anything then released the edited telephone conversation. Jones’ tweet can be seen below:
“It has now been uncovered that the Georgia Secretary of State’s released a deceptively edited recording of the President, in attempt to embarrass him and mislead the public. He should resign immediately. Georgians deserve better.”
It has now been uncovered that the Georgia Secretary of State’s released a deceptively edited recording of the President, in attempt to embarrass him and mislead the public.
He should resign immediately.
Georgians deserve better.
— Vernon Jones (@RepVernonJones) March 15, 2021
Honestly, I don’t have a lot of confidence that anything will actually get done with this because as of this moment, he doesn’t have any authority and Georgia Governor Brian Kemp sure as heck isn’t going to want to do an audit because he knows what that would do to him.