A Fulton County, Georgia polling manager has revealed that thousands, perhaps even tens of thousands, of ballots for Joe Biden appeared to have been photocopied.
Polling manager Suzi Voyles has revealed that her concerns about the unusual uniformity of mail-in ballots are the foundation of the court-delayed ballot inspection effort that is expected to resume in the coming weeks.
According to Voyles, when she was counting absentee ballots for the 2020 election, she noticed that thousands of ballots for Biden appeared to be photocopied. She and at least three other poll workers have come forward and sworn under penalty of perjury that the ballots looked fake.
Voyles also noted that all of the questionable ballots seemed to be printed on different paper than standard ballots, and that none of them were folded or creased, as you would typically see on a ballot that has been removed from an envelope.
“All of them were strangely pristine,” said Voyles, who has monitored elections in Fulton County for 20 years.
Election watchdogs have used the poll watchers’ affidavits in their fight to convince a state judge to unseal all 147,000 of the mail-in ballots that were counted in Fulton County. They are requesting a closer inspection of the thousands of Biden ballots to check for counterfeiting.
These watchdogs suspect that as many as tens of thousands of ballots were fraudulent, and were somehow manufactured and slipped in with the real ballots in a race that Biden won by only 12,000 votes, “in large part because of the late surge in mail-in ballots counted after election monitors were asked to leave State Farm Arena in Atlanta,” according to reporting by Just The News.
“We have what is almost surely major absentee-ballot fraud in Fulton County involving 10,000 to 20,000 probably false ballots,” Garland Favorito, a certified poll watcher, said in an interview with The Epoch Times.
Favorito, the lead petitioner in the case, who also runs VoterGa.org, said that he and other petitioners were ordered to attend a meeting at a warehouse on May 28 to discuss and settle the terms of the ballot inspection. Just one day before the meeting was supposed to take place, the county went behind their backs and filed a motion to dismiss the case, which has delayed the inspection indefinitely.
According to Favorito, the two sides will be meeting in court on June 21 to resolve the motion.