On Wednesday, The Georgia Senate Ethics committee held a session to explore the status of Georgia Elections systems, public confidence and also to hear directly from the public on the matter.
Many find it interesting that Raffensperger avoided attending this hearing but had plenty of time to travel to Washington DC and attend a Conference held by CEIR. A firm associated with ERIC which many States have severed ties because of election integrity and accuracy concerns.
There too, when questioned by Laura Loomer about his attendence, he hurried to the hotel to get away from those pesky questions:
In yesterday's hearing Raffensperger sent Blake Evens, Director of Elections, , Charlene McGowan, General Counsel, and Bob Giles VP of Dominion Voting Systems to speak.
(It's worth noting that it was Charlene McGowen wo, when asked months ago for documents relating to the Georgia Republican Party, has been unable to locate nor deliver any of those documents.)
In an awkward move signaling his predetermined attitude toward voting matters, Max Burns opened the meeting by stating that " I have complete confidence in the Georgia's voting system as it exists today..."
The overall reaction to the hearing led many to question of the Georgia Senate cares or even understands the publics concerns.
The entire hearing is available to view below: