“240 of the same people going around the state stuffing ballot drop boxes over and over between 2:00 and 5:00 AM, emptying backpacks of ballots into the drop boxes.”
The whistleblower reportedly stated that “he was paid $10 per ballot, making $45,000 (4500 ballots) between the Nov. 3 and January runoff elections.” He also reported that his payout was “the average payout” for the job. Fredericks confirmed that True the Vote checked phone records to find the 240 people.
Fredericks also told Bannon that Governor Kemp’s office “kicked this out and didn’t want anything to do with it, so they had to go with Raffensberger.” He stated that this could mean that “$11 million was distributed illegally and about a million ballots were harvested. This is no joke,” he concluded.
Multiple groups have closely scrutinized the Georgia 2020 election. Lawsuits have alleged that the election results were fraudulent in Fulton County, Georgia’s largest county. Much of the alleged fraud came from issues with the drop boxes.
Garland Favorito’s organization, VoterGA, states that the county’s hand count was “riddled with massive and provable fraud.” The group found evidence of falsified audit tally sheets. VoterGA also found that 74 counties in Georgia were “unable to produce all the original ballot images from the November 2020 election,” resulting in about “1.78 million missing original ballot images.”
Detailed reporting by Tennessee Star reporter Laura Baigert also allegedly found poor documentation related to chain-of-custody for absentee ballots; documentation that was missing on “at least 140 separate dropbox transfer forms.” Baigert also reported 43,000 ballots in DeKalb County allegedly “violated the chain of custody rule.”