Guest post - the author wishes to remain anonymous
The excerpt below is from a recent article in the Savannah Morning News regarding an old news clipping that included a photograph of voters enjoying flower-adorned, pleasant voting precincts. The writer, Marianne Heimes, is a Chatham County GOP Board of Elections member in her eighties. Heimes wrote:
Several things struck me about this piece. First was the addition of flowers to a polling place. I wonder if the Bamboo Farms and the Botanical Garden might wish to adorn some of our precincts with flowers - oxygenate them, so to speak, and calm participants.
The article stands as a portrayal of the strong 'uniparty,' blind and wondering why citizens can't calmly unite under the GOP / DEM combo banner. Read and see if the ideas in the article remind you of a funeral of pain and ignorance, the debris of freedom lying around in the alley nearby.
This is not an idealistic season of legal voting whereby the sanctity of the human will is reflected in our elective franchise. Citizens across the political spectrum are awakened to the international fame of Georgia's corrupt political system. It feels like a pagan, violent vandalization of the true and beautiful.
Also, notice the shocking similarity to the deception and force premise of the communist party, with organ harvesting behind the curtain and plans to 'disappear' political opponents. All optics, but no soul. The clown-like political parade stage of flowers and suits conceals angst and fraud that permeates all levels of the Georgia GOP. Many refuse to currently sit at the table with bribers and scoffers; no one is ethically obligated to support the ’lesser of two evils.’ Some lend energy to individual candidates and policy issues, while others prod and illuminate government accountability infractions that years of civic ignorance have allowed.
Still, many will never forget when all was uprooted and exposed in the totalitarian party officer election theft that occurred in Chatham County during the 2021 GA GOP Convention season. Fulton and Newton County to the north experienced similar abuse. The putrid aroma of rotten deeds from that season still lingers. And, criminals remain non-indicted.
At ground level, the people of Georgia overwhelmingly distrust the integrity of its elections with our statewide Dominion electronic voting system. Most voting mechanisms require local referendums to enact, like the move away from paper ballots, and budgetary increases for elections require local approval. The state has tried to enforce electronic voting by working around the still existing statutes reflecting strong county home rule and the consent of the governed. Following the loud disdain for the Florida 'hanging chad' election and globalist push for the power of the pixelated ballot, in 2002, counties simply COMPLIED. Secretary of State Cathy Cox pushed the urgent, fraud-riddled narrative that led to the first unconstitutional Diebold system that Georgia purchased, while presenting the propaganda that county home rule jurisdiction regarding voting methods no longer existed. The legislative partnership she received was pivotal in causing more rotten state infestation.
To add to the chaotic ditch of illegal activity, citizens have presented evidence that Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger never ensured the Dominion system was federally certified by an accredited testing company before signing the contract to spend over $100 million on it. His friend, Gabriel Sterling received a 'bouquet' of benefit by being crowned leader of the state's Professional Licensing Division. Ironic? Have they been willing to perform their duties and act ethically now that the toxic news to their power plan has been uncovered? No.
Paraphrase of GA GOP Chairman David Shafer in fall of 2020 -- We know how the fraud happened, and Brad [Raffensperger] is too wrapped up in it to do anything about it. There you go! The ‘calming’ flower arrangement now has a ribbon and bow.