DOCUMENT: Full Sworn Affidavit Georgia Poll Manager For 20 Years – Pristine Biden Ballots And 5+ Signs Of Voter Fraud
- November 19, 2020
- Posted by: Craig Chamberlin
- Category: Social Media
The media who lied to the American people for four years would like them all to believe we can trust them this time. Well, we can’t. That ship has long sailed. The Trump administration is keeping a close watch on the hand recount in Georgia. Recently, one “memory card” caused trump to gain 2700 votes and another caused him to gain nearly 200, and a major error almost caused a Biden jump of over 9,000 votes. A recent discovery and sworn affidavit revealed some alarming activity that has occurred during the recount, here is what they found:
My goal is to transcribe and publish this affidavit to the best of my ability. I apologize in advance for any spelling or grammatical errors. I am also including a cover photo, page number, and direct link to the PDF file disclosed by the Trump administration. This will allow you to read the affidavit directly.
I, S******n V******s, declare under penalty of perjury that the following is true and correct:
1. I am over the age of 18 years and competent to testify herein. I have personal knowledge of the matters stated herein.
2. I am a poll manager at Precinct SS02 A and B (Sandy Springs). The Fulton County Board of Elections (“BOE”) sent an email soliciting poll managers and assistant poll managers for the purpose of participating in the “hand count” audit of votes cast in the November 3, 2020 presidential election. I accept the assignment.
3. My direct supervisor, M******e W******t, asked me if I could confirm that I could show up to participate as an auditor in the recount from Saturday, November 14 until Wednesday, November 18, 2020. I was told that it was a requirement of of the accepting the assignment to be available from 7:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. on each of those five days.
4. The BOE also solicited Fulton County employees generally, such as workers from the public libraries. Most had no election experience (other than perhaps voting themselves).
5. On Saturday at 7:00 a.m., I showed up to the Georgia World Congress Center at 285 Andrew Young International Blvd. in downtown Atlanta. We had to watch a very short training video (probably less than 5 minutes) — there was no audio, but there were captions. I watched it three times to ensure I had captured all the information, but there were something that were not covered, like what an auditor should do if he or she saw matters of concern. I did not see any helpful written materials on that issue.
6. We were required to sign an oath saying that we would conduct an audit impartially and fairly to the best of our ability, and were told that if we did anything wrong we would have to go before the State Board of Elections.
7. The BOE did not appear to have standardized operating procedures for the conduct of the audit. Everything was in total disarray at the counting location. The organizers did not have sufficient tables for all the committed volunteers. (When I arrived at 7:00 a.m., 134 tables were set up and I was assigned to table 136; ultimately, I believe 170 tables were set up.)
8. Counting began shortly after 7:00 a.m., as best as I could tell, but we were held to the side. After 90 minutes of counting had passed, we were assigned a table from additional tables that had been brought into the counting area.
9. Signs taped to the table indicated a place for ballots for Trump, Biden, and Jorgenson and make a separate pile for “Blanks” 9no vote for President) or overvotes (multiple votes for President). One person was to pick up the ballot and state the vote out loud, and the other was to confirm that selection and place the ballot in the appropriate location.
10. After counting, we were instructed to pick up each individual “pile” and count ballots in each pile and place them in alternating stacks of 10 each. After counting the final tally, we were instructed to compare the number with the original number from the opening tally sheet. (The tally sheet provided a road map to the number that was needed to reconcile with the original reported results.)
11. We bean counting around 9:00 a.m. We were given a tally sheet to record our findings, and manila envelopes for write-in candidates and disputed ballots. Again, we were not given any information or standards on how to interpret spoiled ballots or other discrepancies.
12. We noticed that the supervisors seemed selective as to how to allocate the assignments. For our first assignments, we were given a cardboard box that contained only absentee ballots. It was taped shut with packing tape with the seal of the Secretary of State. But the seal was blank, signed by no one, and no information had been supplied. There were no markings indicating the provenance of the box. The box was marked as Box No. 5 – Absentee – Batch Numbers 28 – 36.
13. Inside the box were stacks of ballots of approximately 100 ballots each. Each stack contained an original tally sheet that said the location where the ballots were picked up. I am assuming these ballots came from the pervasive ballot boxes that had been placed throughout Fulton County.
14. Most of the ballots had already been handled; they had been written on by people, and the edges were worn. They showed obvious use. However, one batch stood out. It was pristine. There was a difference in the texture of the paper – it was if they were intended for absentee use but had not been used for that purposes. There was a difference in the feel.
15. 15. These different ballots included a slight depressed pre-fold so they could be easily folded and unfolded for use in the scanning machine. There were no markings on the ballots to show where they had come from, or where they had been processed. These stood out.
16. In my 20 years’ of experience of handling ballots, I observed that the markings for the candidates on these ballots were unusually uniform, perhaps even with a ballot-marking device. By my estimate in observing these ballots, approximately 98% constituted votes for Joseph Biden. I only observed two of these ballots as votes for President Donald J. Trump.
17. We left at approximately 4:45 on Saturday. There will still much to be done. We were told to come back on Sunday. It was estimated at that time that the ballot recount would not be completed until Monday evening at the earliest – that’s how many ballots were left
18. On our way out, we spoke to a GWCC officer and thanked him for being there and his service. We asked him if he would be leaving shortly, and he said he was not scheduled to leave until 11:00 p.m. At that point, other officers would come and guard the room from 11:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m.
19. On Sunday morning we arrived at approximately 6:45 a.m. Initially, the fact that there were so few auditors in the room indicated that others were just late. However, by 7:15 a.m., we realized that because so few additional auditors had arrived, there would not be a lot of auditors present for the Sunday count.
20. Interestingly, we were told to go back to our original table. Even though the room was sparsely occupied, we were surrounded with two auditors immediately in front of us and two auditors immediately behind us. We began to notice a greater disparity in the distribution of workloads. Although the auditing tables surrounding arrived later, they were assigned large boxes of ballots before we were given. When our box arrived – after a 45 minute wait – I opened the ballot box to find only 60 ballots from the Quality Living Center in South Atlanta, a men’s housing facility for recovering addicts. The other auditing tables received boxes with over 3,000 ballots each.
21. After we completed our first ballot box, we raised our “check card” for more ballots. After waiting for an extended period, we were told our assistance was no longer needed and thanked for our work. We were told to go home.
22. We offered to help on some larger piles that were still evident, and the officials present were adamant that they did not need any help. I sat at the tables for a while longer and noticed how other auditors were treated. We were explicitly told we could not have drinks or food of any kind on the table — that was understandable. The people behind us and in front of us however had open water bottles, breakfast burritos supplied by the BOE, and snacks on their table.
23. Also, those tables were not counting as a team, with a pass-off from one to the other. Each auditor was counting individually. The purpose of the pass-off was to make sure that each auditor agreed that the call for each ballot was accurate.
24. This recount process was consistent with the lack of preparation, contingency plans, and proper procedures that I experienced in this unusual election. For example, in the setup for Election Day, we typically receive the machines – the ballot marking devices – on the Friday before the election, with a chain of custody letter to be signed on Sunday, indicating that we had received the machines and the counts on the machines when received, and that the machines have been sealed. In this case, we were asked to sign the chain of custody letter on Sunday, even though the machines were not delivered until 2:00 a.m. in the morning on Election Day. The Milton precinct received its machine at 1:00 a.m. in the morning on Election Day. This is unacceptable and voting machines should not be out of custody immediately prior to an Election Day. It is possible that these ballot marking devices could have been used for other purposes during that period.
25. When I was asked to sign the chain of custody letter, I only signed the letter with the added language to state that I was accepting chain of custody for equipment, BMDs, and pole pads that had not been delivered.
26. My precinct should have received the poll pads on Sunday and should have been able to store them inside the ballot marking devices. We could not do that, since we did not receive the ballot marking devices in a timely manner.
27. When we did receive the machines, they were not sealed or locked, the serial numbers were not what were reflected on the related documentation, and the green bar coded tags that are supposed to cover the door covering the memory card was broken. The supervisor told us to use the machines in that condition. As a poll manager of over 20 years, I knew this was not the standard operating procedure for the BMDs and therefore I did not put them into service.
28. I believe my honesty in this affidavit will lead to my arrangement as a poll worker in Fulton County being compromised. However, the BOE operations were sloppy and led me, in the case of at least one box I reviewed, to believe that additional absentee ballots had been added in a fraudulent manner. This is my personal experience.SIGNED: S******n V******s
Georgia Civil Action File No. 1:20-cv-04651-SDG
This is one of several affidavits that have been released during the Georgia recount, calling into question the validity of the count. There are also statistical discrepancies that call the final Georgia tally into question. Regardless of the outcome, people should continue to keep a close eye on the process and share this testimony so people are made aware.