CDMedia will be publishing a series of articles delving into the massive election fraud that occurred in the state of Georgia during the 2020 general election last November 3rd.
The first in the series highlights Georgia’s overseer of Dominion Voting Systems, equipment installed in the state at massive cost prior to last year’s general poll.
Public reports state that Republican Gabe Sterling left his job on the payroll of GA’s Secretary of State’s office in 2019 to work for a year as a ‘contractor’ until the recent election was over.
Under the arrangement, Sterling’s pay increased from his $114,000 government salary since November 2019, when he took on the role of project manager for the purchase and rollout of the state’s new voting equipment, wrote the Atlanta Journal and Constitution.
But his independent status prompted questions from state legislators and critics who have asked why oversight of the state’s voting machines is being managed outside Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger’s payroll.
Sterling’s contract, obtained by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution through the Georgia Open Records Act, expires Thursday after the state’s voting equipment has been used in several elections this year. Sterling will then return to the secretary of state’s office, resuming his previous role as chief operating officer.
This arrangement is curious to say the least.
The simple question is — why?
Deputy Secretary of State (an office created prior to the election and never before existed) Jordan Fuchs said it was for operational reasons — to fill the need for a ‘quick installation’ of voting equipment and adding paper ballots.
The secretary of state’s office awarded the contract to Sterling under an emergency procurement without a competitive bidding process, said Deputy Secretary of State Jordan Fuchs. The government needed someone to manage the quick installation of voting equipment in time for this year’s elections, adding a paper ballot to Georgia elections for the first time in 18 years, she said, wrote AJC.
This doesn’t pass the smell test.
Perhaps the real reason is that Raffensperger’s office wanted to enable Sterling to operate independent of public oversight during the installation of Dominion equipment and the fraud committed by the mail-in ballot orgy of fake votes?
With a presidential election on the line in 2020, Georgia is switching to a new voting company, Dominion Voting Systems, that state evaluators ranked second-best and that critics said will leave elections vulnerable, wrote the AJC in November of 2019.
The Georgia state government is still preventing a full signature audit with GOP effective monitors and an audit of Dominion voting machines.
Again, if they have nothing to hide, the question is why?
CDMedia will report more as we receive information.
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