Georgia: While Stacey Abrams’ Sister Is A Judge In Campaign Lawsuits, Massive Voter Fraud Is Taking Place In Fulton County

Monday, November 12, 2018
By Paul Martin

Look at how Democrats are manipulating and engaging in what is clearly vote manipulation and voter fraud, and in Abrams’ case, even having a sister as the judge presiding over the campaign lawsuits in Georgia. Talk about corruption and a conflict of interest!

TIM BROWN
FREEDOMOUTPOST.COM
NOVEMBER 12, 2018

Of course, all of this is an attempt to force a runoff between what is arguably one of the most incompetent gubernatorial candidates, Stacey Abrams, and her Republican opponent, Brian Kemp. Kemp has tried to get her to concede defeat after losing last Tuesday. However, look at how Democrats are manipulating and engaging in what is clearly vote manipulation and voter fraud, and in Abrams’ case, even having a sister as the judge presiding over the campaign lawsuits in Georgia. Talk about corruption and a conflict of interest!

First, Peter D’Aborsca reported:

Friday, the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Georgia granted the Georgia Democratic Party’s request to allow absentee ballots trickling in from Dougherty County to be counted, as long as they were postmarked on or before Nov. 6 or received by Friday. The county’s election results now will not be certified until Tuesday.

Abrams’ sister, Leslie Abrams, happens to be an Obama-appointed District Court Judge on that same circuit, the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Georgia. Any lawsuit filed by the campaign in this court will face result in this obvious conflict of interest.

Of course, the Abrams campaign is in full campaign mode as the engage in robocalls, texts and emails to gin up support, and I mean that in terms of money and making a fuss to try and advance her ludicrous claims that there needs to be a runoff.

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