In a shocking revelation that confirms the fears of many conservatives, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp has finally admitted that the state’s voting machines are highly vulnerable to tampering and hacking. This admission came after a group of courageous Georgia voters confronted the Governor and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger at a local GOP event, demanding answers for the lack of transparency in the voting system.
🚨 Georgia Governor, Brian Kemp, admits, “if you give anybody a voting machine, they can hack it.” pic.twitter.com/nxyvQ6MBoD
— Yoshi The Patriot (@yoshithepatriot) August 28, 2023
The group, made up of esteemed citizens and co-founders of GeorgiansforTruth.org, had long been sounding the alarm about the potential for election fraud in the state. These patriots refused to be silenced by the establishment and were determined to uncover the truth about the hidden agenda of Governor Kemp and his cronies.
To their surprise, Kemp made the shocking admission that the voting machines were indeed hackable and that anyone with access to them can tamper with the results of the election. This revelation should come as no surprise to those who have been keeping a close eye on the suspicious activities of the 2020 election, which saw multiple instances of irregularities and unexplained voting patterns.
Despite the mounting evidence of widespread fraud and manipulation, Governor Kemp and Secretary of State Raffensperger have staunchly refused to allow citizens to use paper ballots, citing state law as the excuse. This excuse has been refuted by citizens who have pointed out that they have a right to know the truth about the integrity of their elections.
The resignation of Bill Duffy, who was responsible for investigating election fraud allegations, further confirms the suspicions of the people. It seems that the establishment is more interested in protecting their own interests than ensuring that the people have a fair and free election.
Thankfully, there are still brave citizens like those at GeorgiansforTruth.org who are willing to stand up to the establishment and demand transparency and accountability. It is time for Kemp and Raffensperger to stop playing games and start listening to the people. The future of our democracy is at stake, and we cannot afford to let the corrupt establishment win.