Fulton County, GA Chairman Rob Pitts, who controls the epicenter of election fraud in Georgia, tomorrow will be depositing millions of dollars into local minority-owned banks. The funds were received from the Federal government.
|On July 7 at 10am, Fulton County Commission Chairman Robb Pitts will hold a ceremony in the Fulton County Government Center’s Assembly Hall presenting representatives from minority owned financial institutions with jumbo checks celebrating deposits made in compliance with the resolution he recently sponsored, reads an email sent this morning from Pitt's office in Fulton County, GA.|
At the Fulton County Board of Commissioners June 2 meeting, Chairman Robb Pitts sponsored a resolution directing county staff to deposit funds received through the American Rescue Plan into minority-owned financial institutions, according to a press release. The resolution passed unanimously with support from all seven members of the Board of Commissioners, wrote the AJC.
“Minority-owned banks are a cornerstone of our community here in Fulton County,” said Chairman Pitts. “This resolution shows that Fulton County is serious about investing in these vital institutions and I’m thrilled that it passed with unanimous support.”