Fredericks: Georgia Judge Will Start Decertifying Election if It Is Determined Ballots were Counted Twice


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Conservative radio host John Fredericks made waves on Monday morning while speaking about the election audits taking place across the country.

While speaking with Steve Bannon on The War Room podcast, Fredericks spoke specifically about the audit taking place in Georgia.

Fredericks told Bannon that there are now six election witnesses who allege 30,000 Georgia ballots were fake and should not have been counted.

“We now have two state senators, Republicans, Beach and Jones, who are calling for the Georgia Bureau of Investigation to be side-by-side with the forensic analysis looking at these 147,000 mail-in ballots,” Fredericks said.

“Were there counterfeit ballots? Six affidavits now, we had four now there’s six, six affidavits of veteran election officials are alleging that up to 30,000 of these 147,000 ballots are fake! Somebody printed them up on a machine and ran them through a vote-counting machine that are not real, that are not attached to anybody,” Fredericks added.

John Fredericks also told The War Room about the 900+ military ballots that were all for Biden.


During another point in the show, Fredericks reported today that Judge Amero could decertify the election in Georgia if it is determined that there are ballots that were counted twice.

“If Judge Amero makes a declaratory judgment that counterfeit ballots were there and some of them were counted twice, that’s the possibility here,” he said.


“He’s going to demand that Governor Kemp hold a special session and they are going to start decertifying elections. Trump-Biden, Senate race,” he added.


Another 2020 election audit is underway, this time in Windham, New Hampshire.

Over the weekend, auditors in Windham were testing if folds in ballots impacted the vote count machines would give back.

Now, we have this.

Windham auditors say that the fold effect might explain the discrepancies but there could be more going on.

Ballot tabulation devices, memory cards, election ballots, and the organization of equipment and materials began arriving last week from the Windham Town Offices, according to a readout from the state attorney general.

The audit is taking place at Edward Cross Training Center.

The state’s Department of Justice is offering members of the public a virtual viewing portal for the procedure.

Republican Gov. Chris Sununu signed legislation on April 12 directing an audit of the ballot-counting machines and memory cards used during the 2020 general election in Windham, as well as a hand tabulation of ballots for a state representative, governor, and U.S. senator races after a recount established discrepancies between vote totals.

The law does not direct auditors to look at votes for president.

What spurred the audit was a hand recount conducted after election night that determined that the four Republicans running for the 7th Congressional District state House seat each received about 300 more votes than were reported after the original vote count.

The hand recount also revealed that a Democratic candidate lost 99 votes.

In Windham, New Hampshire, a town of about 14,000 near the Massachusetts border, a state legislative race was thrown into disarray when a recount found major discrepancies with the original total.


Democrats are very worried about the election audit taking place in Arizona.

The Biden Department of Justice has sent a letter to Arizona Senate President Karen Fann taking issue with Maricopa County’s forensic audit of the 2020 election.

The letter is from Pamela Karlan, the principal deputy assistant attorney general of the Civil Rights Division.

Maricopa County has started the audit of 2.1 million ballots.

Ask yourself why Biden’s DOJ is getting involved in the matter.

Last week, Arizona’s Secretary of State Katie Hobbs sent a letter claiming the election machines that were audited by the Cyber Ninja team these past few weeks should never be used again.

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