Citizen researcher Joseph Rossi has called out Gabriel Sterling for trying to deflect the facts that are now in evidence with the State Election Board and in the public eye.
Gabe Sterling posted the following on Twitter on December 18, the day before dozens of people spoke before the State Election Board to show that they know and understand the facts presented to the SEB regarding the "Errors, Lies and Cover-up" being perpetuated against the people of Georgia.
Sterling speaks of "Lies" but the Lies testified to before the State Election Board on Tuesday the 19th involved apparent attempts by SEB/SoS Investigators, Charlene McGowan (Asst. AG, now General Counsel for the SoS), and certain members of the SEB itself, to redirect attention away from Raffensperger even though the "Errors" involve, in part, 36 errors researched and confirmed in writing by Gov Brian Kemps office in late 2021.
On December 15th, just before the SEB meeting scheduled for December 19th, a key case showing additional detail on the issues was removed from the SEB agenda. Why? Sources say that after months of supposed investigation and preparation the investigators and SoS "weren't ready" to answer anticipated questions from the State Election Board members.
As mainstream media and the political ruling class seek to re-spin the issue, Georgia researchers and Patriots are standing firm on the facts uncovered so far. They are demanding investigation and accountability from Raffensperger's office.
Joseph Rossi, in response to Sterling's claims, noted that Sterling is calling many Georgians who have researched and confirmed these Errors LIARS. He also challenged Sterling to a meeting to discuss Sterling's assertions and face questions from Mr. Rossi.
The SEB instead of investigating Raffensperger, opted to punt the issue to the legislature which is due to go into session on January 8th.
The Georgia Record anticipates continued focus and pressure on this issue until the SEB or Legislature or both decide to actually follow through on the issues discovered (and confirmed in writing by the Governor's Office) almost two years ago.