REPORT: Testimony From GA Secretary Of State Dispels Claims That He Was Told To Fabricate Votes

Testimony issued by Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger reportedly contradicted claims that former President Donald Trump pressed him to violate his oath of office by fabricating enough votes to win the state in 2020, according to a report from Breitbart News.

The notion Trump ordered Raffensperger to fabricate votes has long been central to leftist and corporate media claims about the former president’s conduct following the 2020 election. In the 2021 phone call, Trump was insinuating that the votes were improperly counted and “wanted” to “find” the correct count.

Raffensperger testified federal court in the Northern District of Georgia for a hearing pertaining to Trump’s former chief of staff Mark Meadows, who is one of the former president’s 18 co-defendants in Fulton County, Georgia. Meadows has argued that the case should be moved to federal court because he was working for the president and therefore, cannot be tried in Georgia under the Constitution’s Supremacy Clause.

Meadows stunned prosecutors by taking the stand in his own defense. As for Georgia’s top elections official, Raffensperger described the call as “extraordinary,” but plainly stated that it was a “settlement negotiation” in the context of another recount, rejecting claims that he was instructed



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