A group of Gwinnett residents recently notified the Gwinnett Election Board of several crimes for the 2022 midterm general election, alleging they are complicit. Over a month ago, a member of this group individually submitted a stunning total of 37,500 custom affidavits to the Gwinnett County Elections Office challenging fraud in the 2020 election. This data included duplicate voters, incomplete registration data, non-existent addresses, and national change of address (NCOA) information showing former residents currently on the voter rolls. These affidavits include 20,000 challenges to actual votes that were certified just after the 2020 election and Gwinnett has yet to provide an answer.
After a specially called Board meeting on October 3, 2022 by Dr. Wandy Taylor, Stephen Day, and Anthony Rodriquez, the Board unlawfully voted 3-2 to dismiss all of the challenges, citing the affidavits being “fraught with errors” and 'a list' while admitting they hadn’t reviewed them all.
The dismissed Affidavits were not 'a list', as stated by Mr. Day, but eight boxes of notarized documents containing months of research with up to five pieces of evidence each. They serve as “notice” to the County of facts contained in their voter rolls. Now the group is tracking these issues real time in the Gwinnett County 2022 Absentee Files and the current Voter Roll.
Gwinnett Elections is allowing Out of State residents to vote in Georgia
Gwinnett Elections is facilitating double voting
Gwinnett Elections is mailing ballots to Phantom voters from Non-existent Addresses
The residents allege Gwinnett Elections is suppressing the vote of all lawful Gwinnett residents and ultimately the people of Georgia. When out of state, or phantom voters, or double voters are allowed to vote it is a suppression of all legal votes. Clean elections are paramount to a free republic.
Alice O’Lenick, the Board Chair, voted against dismissing the challenges and was on record stating that the dismissal was potentially a violation of law and a violation of their sworn duty to uphold their oath of office.
The residents allege Mr. Stephen Day and Dr. Wandy Taylor were disingenuous to the Gwinnett public as to the contents of the affidavits, misled them as to the facts, and violated their duty under OCGA 21-2-230. They went on to slander a Gwinnett resident. Mr. Rodriquez voted to dismiss as well. Violating the law is a violation of their oath of office to uphold the Constitution of Georgia and the Constitution of America. Now when criminal election activity occurs, of which they have been previously notified of and refused to act, the residents allege they are complicit in these crimes.
Team leader, Merrybelle Hodges, descendent of Button Gwinnett a signer of the Declaration of Independence, stated at the recent Board meeting, “Before the October 3rd Special meeting I was asked by a board member not to take anything personal that would be discussed. I assure you I cannot take it personal as I cannot take it seriously. As previously stated, I am not ashamed of our affidavit work. I don’t care how much you try to diminish it, and I am not ashamed of the Gospel of Jesus. He is my vindicator.”