People collect things from where they work pretty much all the time. I remember when I worked for the phone company they would have these large spools of string that I would collect because I was always making things out of them.
Sometimes, folks hold things from where they work just because they might feel that they might be important to an investigation. Think about how many people have held onto office memos that were never supposed to make it out of the office that end up getting into a court case.
At the end of the day, there are people that know that something wrong happened with this election.
The more we find out about the election in Georgia, the more it stinks. There has been a lot of alleged cheating and dirty tricks, yet Secretary of State, Brad Raffensperger has not carried out his responsibilities. He allowed them to add votes without matching up the signatures of the voters as required by law.
The latest scandal is the election authorities allegedly kicked out the Republicans and the media from the counting room.
Just a couple days ago, a video was put out showing alleged cheated in Georgia, that of which has been disputed by the left.
Now, Sidney Powell has another bombshell:
Sidney Powell: “In Georgia massive evidence of the shaving of votes and flipping to Biden exists in the machines… They’ve been erasing things and destroying evidence as fast as they can do it. I have in my office right now a huge bag of shredded ballots.
I can’t wait to see what that discloses… The people of America are not going to allow our president to be defeated by fraudulent election mechanisms. And these people have used every manner of voter fraud you can imagine. It was heavily coordinated.
It was heavily funded. They now have 25 lawyers up against us our little team of misfit toys who are trying to fight for truth and justice for the American people… We have scads of evidence… Mr. Raffensperger was flat out lying.
There should be a criminal investigation of him and his deputy secretary’s finances around the $170 million Dominion contract that was suddenly awarded in Georgia when they didn’t need a new system.