Fulton County, GA Chairman Robb Pitts today fired back at GA SoS Brad Raffensperger over his call for Pitts to resign and for the GA SoS to take over elections in Atlanta’s ground zero of election fraud – Fulton County.
It is obvious to even the most casual observer that both individuals were up to their necks in corruption during the 2020 election cycle. Now Raffensperger wants to make Pitts the fall guy.
This is going to get interesting. We can’t wait to get to the part where they start ratting each other out in the press, or even better, to the state legislature.
You can read Pitts’ angry email sent today below:
|Fulton Chairman Pitts Releases Statement Following Raffensperger’s Call To Fire Fulton Elections Director, Threat To Takeover Elections Board|
ATLANTA – On Thursday, more than eight months after the 2020 election, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger demanded the firing of the Fulton County Elections Director. The demand came one day after he reiterated his threat of a hostile takeover of Fulton County’s Board of Registration and Elections. In response, Fulton County Commission Chairman Robb Pitts released the following statement:
“It’s clear now that Secretary of State Raffensperger is putting his partisan politics ahead of reality,” said Chairman Robb Pitts. “He’s engaged in a desperate high-wire act to appease the believers of the Big Lie – whose votes he needs to hold off a primary challenger – after declining to cave to their demands and overturn the results of our free and fair election.”
Pitts continued, “Mr. Barron managed an election in unprecedented circumstances, dealing with a pandemic and the tragic death of an employee. Three counts of the votes, including those monitored by the Secretary of State’s office, shows that there was no intentional wrongdoing or fraud in the elections.”
“Secretary of State Raffensperger knows this and it’s obvious he’s trying to set the stage for a hostile takeover of our elections system because he wants a political win, which has been my greatest fear since SB202 passed,” said Chairman Pitts. “He has already said he wants to do so and now he’s thrown his lot in with his conspiracy theorist comrades to manufacture any excuse. I will continue to fight for Fulton and against his attempts to cancel the voices of Fulton County voters.”