Last week the local Atlanta tabloid published a story claiming Senator Colton Moore was spreading falsehoods about illegals being trafficked through Hartsfield Airport.
Millions have now seen the video taken by Senator Moore’s team showing a room guarded by personnel in U.S. military uniforms, in which associates of Team Libertad admitted they were helping people they termed “recently documented travelers” move from “all over” to “all over.” When Senator Moore attempted to take video of the room the phone was stripped from his hand and he had to wrestle it back.
This week the same tabloid printed a story carefully headlined apparently lead readers to believe that a well-known activist and conservative, Brian K. Pritchard, was guilty of some wrongdoing.
By carefully crafting the wording of the story, it becomes obscure that a State Agency of Georgia was asked by Pritchard himself to research and report on the status of his background and ability to register to vote and their conclusion labelled the PA case from the 1990’s against him “Case Closed.”
Why did he ask for the Georgia state agency to investigate?
An anonymous person had claimed that he registered to vote without the legal right to do so in Georgia. This prompted him to immediately remove his name from the voter roll while he pursued the investigation that concluded showing he was indeed able to register and vote.
During the same time, Secretary of State’s office started a five year investigation of Pritchard attempting to find something they could charge him with. This dynamic seems oddly similar to the years of work Fani Willis’ office conducted in their attempt to come up with charges they filed against the 19 defendants in her infamous case.
This week the SoS case came to a hearing for conclusion and the Judge is expected to issue a ruling within approximately 30 days.
The questions remain:
Election integrity researchers have identified hundreds / thousands of other voters who remain registered and in many cases casting votes while not legally eligible to do so.
Why would certain transcripts and documents that might have exonerating facts not have been secured and presented by the investigators?
Beyond these two cases, why do some people seem to focus on “taking an individual down” rather than simply find the Truth whatever that is?
Some years ago this reporter first heard the phrase “When do you take flak?”……”When you are over the target.”
Senator Colton Moore has taken flak ever since he stood up – alone – and called for Governor Kemp to call a Special Session of the legislature to investigate Fani Willis’ bizarre RICO charges against 19 innocent citizens including President Trump.
His willingness to stand resulted in Moore being removed from the Georgia Senate Republican Caucus, a group of what should be like-minded Senators with very similar concerns. Calls by The Georgia Record and others asking for explanation from the Senators who voted to remove him went unanswered.
Now Senator Moore is once again put upon by forces who would rather him be quite about what he and his team discovered at Hartsfield Airport – and would use him as a warning to others to keep quiet or else by called a liar by papers that themselves avoid printing the truth.
We expect there will be more attackers who try to make Mr. Pritchard wrong in some way and do so by avoiding the documents and facts that show the truth. If this happens we (and now many others) will be watching not the attacked, but the attackers, who wish to harm those standing for this State, this Country and the Truth.