Michael Patrick Leahy, of Star News, reveals thousands of ballots in Georgia were cast before they were picked up from drop boxes.
Six months after the election, Secretary of State Brad Raffensberger has still failed to produce chain of custody documentation for 600,000 mail-in ballots. Georgia Star News has done the work themselves, finding 333,000 have no chain of custody.
Worse, those that do have a record, have physically impossible timestamps.
“We looked at every single one of the ballot transfer forms,” Leahy said of those from Fulton County. “Here’s what’s shocking about it: 85 percent of them, or over 50,000 were not transported from the drop box to the registrar immediately as the Georgia state rule requires.
“But wait there’s more,” he said. “Five percent, a little over 3,000 were delivered, wait for it, before they were picked up.”
“It is breaking the laws of physics.”
In one case, a ballot was collected on Nov. 3 at 7:22 p.m. but then delivered at 7 p.m. to the county registrar. Meaning the ballot time traveled back in time.
“it was delivered 22 minutes before it was picked up,” Leahy said.
The impossible accounting comes on top of the 18,901 ballots that have zero chain of custody documentation in Fulton County. The presidential election was decided by just 11,779 votes.