[UPDATED 2] I was going to vote in the GA Senate run-offs, but I’ve changed my mind.

There’s no point.

I’ve spent days reading hundreds of pages of sworn-under-oath affidavits attesting to election irregularities on a massive scale. Irregularities ranging from dumbass mistakes, to gross incompetence, to outright fraud. These affidavits are eyewitness testimony of voters, observers, and election workers. The affidavits include photographs and spreadsheets. They include analysis by a professional statistician.

I have seen grand jury indictments on murder charges on much less — and flimsier — evidence. I have seen murder convictions on less evidence than these affidavits.

But Georgia’s governor and secretary of state say there’s nothing to see, no big deal, nothing to even look into. Hell, Raffensperger is more than fine with it: he helped it happen by signing a consent decree agreeing to violate state election law.

Election certified. Including what an — this one is still anonymous, but I’m hoping he/she will come forward under oath, too — says is 6,000 more votes in Cobb County than Cobb County voters. Including what yet another whistleblower says are simple regurgitated original counts, not the recount numbers, allegedly at state direction.

I have zero confidence that any ballot I cast will bear any resemblance to how it’s counted.

Gov. Kemp and SOS Raffensperger say they don’t give a shit whether I trust the election system. Because the voters don’t matter.

It doesn’t matter if you were a Democrat voter who wanted Biden; your vote didn’t count; you just happened to support the candidate the system pre-chose for you.

Whatever party or candidate you wanted, if you “voted” — be it by mail or in person — you didn’t really vote; you inadvertently participated in s show for the cameras in a Potemkin election.

The run-offs? Democrats across the country are publicly announcing the intent to come to Georgia just to vote in run-offs. Georgia Democrats have publicly announced their intent to coordinate hotel rooms, and crash space in people’s homes, for those unlawful voters.

But Raffensperger sees no need to do anything to discourage — or arrest — them.

That Constitution we used to have said states were required to provide a republican form of government. That is one in which the actual real people cast actual real ballots that actually get counted, in order to elect our choice of representatives to legislate for us.

That choice is no longer ours. The republic is dead.

And Kemp and Raffensperger are fine with that.

Added: That’s one hell of an “oops; my bad.”

Georgia certifies then decertifies recount results
The Georgia Secretary of State issued a correction Friday afternoon, saying this state is still completing the certification process, despite an earlier announcement that the state had certified an electoral victory for Joe Biden.

How the hell do you accidentally certify an election when you haven’t finished yet?

All this just gives me warm fuzzy feelings about the reliability and integrity of the Georgia election system. (For the intellectually challenged idiots and other Democrats, that’s sarcasm.)

Added 2: Well, let’s see how long this certification lasts.

Georgia secretary of state certifies election results, making Biden victory official
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger certified the results of the general election Friday, making it official that President-elect Joe Biden won the state’s 16 electoral votes.

The secretary of state’s office had erroneously blasted out a press release at 12:26 p.m. saying Raffensperger had certified the election. Forty minutes later, a corrected press release was sent, which said the secretary would certify results Friday. Later in the afternoon, another press release was sent and ABC News confirmed that the secretary had certified the election.

Screw it.

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