Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger Invites Dominion to Speak on ‘Historically Secure’ Elections

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is inviting Dominion Voting Systems to do a victory lap for their performance during the 2020 presidential election.

“Georgia ran a historically secure, effective, and reliable election last year, and Dominion Voting Systems was a key part of that,” said Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, who chairs the Georgia State Election Board that is inviting Dominion. 

“I look forward to speaking with Dominion during the State Election Board meeting and clearing up any remaining questions that voters might have from November. We are looking forward to once again putting nonsensical rumors, like voting machines switching votes, to rest,” he added.

Dominion representatives will join Raffensperger to do a public relations briefing before Georgians to tell them everything is just fine, there is no need for reform, and computerized voting systems can be trusted.

Big League Politics has reported on how Georgia Republican leadership pushed to protect Dominion’s trade secrets in legal proceedings:

Attorneys for the Republican administration of Georgia Governor Brian Kemp have argued that protecting the trade secrets of Dominion voting software is more important than getting to the bottom of severe electoral irregularities related to the controversial systems.

The National Pulse found key text in a court order preventing the deletion of key records in Cherokee, Gwinnett and Cobb counties. Kemp was listed as a defendant along with Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger in the civil action file that was approved by the courts to preserve potential evidence of fraud.

“Defendants’ counsel also argued that allowing such forensic inspections would pose substantial security and proprietary/trade secret risks to Defendants,” the order reads.

The pathetic appeal to protect Dominion was ultimately rejected by the courts, as the Plaintiffs suggested a process in which the voting software could be inspected lawfully.

“Plaintiffs’ counsel responded that Defendants’ concerns could be alleviated by an order from the Court (1) allowing Defendants’ own expert(s) to participate in the requested inspections, which would be video-recorded, and (2) directing the experts to provide whatever information they obtain to the Court — and no one else — for an in camera inspection,” the order states.

It is clear that Raffensperger, along with Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, is tied in deep with many nefarious interests. This must be why Kemp invites China to come over and dominate his people. China will have full dominion over the U.S. before long with RINOs like Kemp and Raffensperger in charge.