Tuth Is Constant: More Georgia 2020 Corrupt Election Acts Revealed

770,000 Ballots Ordered Shortly Before the 2020 Election Are Missing – Where Did They Go?

We’ve reported on numerous corrupt and criminal acts involved in the 2020 Election in Georgia.  Today we found some more.

Kevin Moncla at UncoverDC.com has not given up on investigating the 2020 Election fraud in Georgia.  The FBI and DOJ won’t investigate the many crimes that occurred in that state so citizen journalists like Moncla are filling in where the [in] Justice Department won’t go.

Today Moncla reports that these million ballots ordered from Runbeck were ordered with “no stubs” as shown here:

 

These ballots were purposely missing tabs which are needed to keep track of the ballots.

Moncla then uncovers:

Mr. Sterling claimed that the ballots were ordered to serve as a backup plan in case the machines couldn’t be properly logic and accuracy tested before the election, as required by Georgia law. However, we reported that couldn’t have been the reason because the ballots were ordered after early voting had already begun. Our contention was basically that the machines were already being used at the time of the order; therefore, testing couldn’t have been the issue.

Ironically, we have found, and reported earlier this week, that the Fulton County voting machines were not logic and accuracy tested before the start of early voting. However, Fulton County proceeded to use the untested machines anyway. This revelation only further negates Mr. Sterling’s excuse that the issue of testing precipitated the “emergency” ballot order and bolsters our reporting.

Here is good old Gabe Sterling making another bogus claim:

 

The problem is this is questionable as well.  Moncla shares:

We know Fulton County ordered 1,058,210 “Emergency” ballots. Fulton County and Gabriel Sterling affirm the reason that the ballots were ordered, and both claim they were never needed. They are now planning to destroy those ballots, but for some reason only have 284,901 to destroy. Which begs the question:

Where are the missing 773,309 ballots?

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