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A Georgia Director Of Elections Has Been FIRED! They’re Done!

If you want to get a good look at how crooked the country can get when liberals want to get the things that they want, all you have to do is look at the state of Georgia.

They have been the example of how not to run elections if you want to dive deep into how the 2020 election went.

And that shoddily run runoff election they had at the beginning of January. My goodness, you can run a blind painting contest better than they ran that thing. That being said, thankfully people are finally begin taken to task over this bungling of the election.

Fulton County Director of Elections Richard Barron was terminated in a 3-2 vote by the Fulton County Board of Registration and Elections on Tuesday.

The county experienced a slew of issues during last year’s election cycle, including long lines, problems with voting equipment and absentee ballot delays. Barron faced criticism from Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger over delays caused by technical problems and staffing issues.

“These errors and inefficiencies waste taxpayer dollars,” Dr. Kathleen Ruth of the Fulton County Board of Directors said. “The department needs new leadership to take Fulton to the next level.

Fulton County Elections Board cites Richard Barron’s handling of the 2020 election along with the firing of a whistleblower.@OANN— Chanel Rion OAN (@ChanelRion) February 16, 2021

Fulton County came under fire in November when President Trump’s legal team accused the county of ballot dumping. This came after surveillance footage at the State Farm Arena caught election officials pulling four plastic bins from underneath desks.

“Officials egregiously violated state laws in order to solicit, facilitate, and promote cheating and theft on a scale never seen before,” President Trump stated. “These crooked and incompetent officials suspended signature verification.”

Vernetta Keith Nuriddin, a Democrat on the board, sided with her GOP colleagues in voting to fire Barron. Nuriddin said she was happy with Barron’s decision to expand mail-in voting but felt there were too many problems in elections in recent years that could not be overlooked.

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