‘Alarming': 9% of Georgia Republicans Would Consider Sitting Out 2022 Election Unless 2020 is Audited
Added 10-18-21 07:34:01am EST - “A new report reveals that nearly 10 percent of Georgia Republican voters could sit out the 2022 election unless the 2020 general election is audited.” - Mediaite.com
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A stunning New York Times report reveals an “alarming” possibility that nearly 10 percent of Georgia Republican voters could sit out the 2022 election unless the 2020 general election is audited.
The margins for victory in any election are typically so thin that the literal decimation of a voting block is almost an insurmountable hurdle to overcome. This news comes days after former President Donald Trump suggested that Republicans sit out voting in 2022 and 2024 until further examination into the general election he lost in 2020 to President Joe Biden.
The results of 2020 have been exhaustively examined, and there is zero evidence of widespread wrongdoing that affected the final result.
Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia has supported exhaustive audits of the 2020 results to look for evidence of voting irregularities that repeated reviews have failed to produce. Still, she has told colleagues that she was surprised by a recent survey of Republican voters in her district, according to one person who spoke with her about it.
The internal survey found that 5 percent of Republican voters said they would sit out the 2022 election if the state of Georgia did not conduct a forensic audit of the 2020 election — a demand that some of Mr. Trump’s hard-core supporters have made. Another 4 percent said they would consider sitting out the election absent an audit.
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