Opinion/Analysis by Summer Lane | Photo: Alamy
Election integrity organization VoterGA has released a plethora of proof supporting their claim that U.S. Senate nominee for Georgia, Herschel Walker, had at least 20,000 votes allegedly stolen from him in the 2022 midterm elections.
According to a press statement from the organization, there was a 20,000 or more vote decrease for Walker in his senate race at roughly 10:00 p.m. on election night.
“Before and after screen shots of interim election results reported by Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB) for the 2020 General Election show the inexplicable decrease for Herschel Walker. At the same time, opponent Rafael Warnock’s total increased by over 4,000 votes and Libertarian candidate Chase Oliver’s total increased by over 300.
The screenshots are accompanied by a sworn affidavit from a Chatham County resident who witnessed the reporting anomaly on election night while watching GPB. Her affidavit corroborates another sworn affidavit from a Paulding County resident who witnessed a nearly identical vote drop reported on WSB-TV at the same time.
Both affidavits are further confirmed by the media line feed of election results provided by Edison Research. That line feed, made available in 2022 by CNN, also shows a similar, even greater decrease. The decrease was not reported on the line feed until over a day later, indicating that line feed data may have been manipulated.”
VoterGA’s claims are backed up by the media line feed from Edison Research, which can be seen here:
Another screenshot provided by VoterGA is a sworn affidavit from Chatham County resident Gina Stone. She claims in her affidavit that she was watching the “number of votes being reported to GPTV on my iPhone taking a screenshot at every change.” She further documented the “results at each change for Herschel Walker and Raphael Warnock, also calculating how many votes each candidate gained at each update.”
The update between 10:01 p.m. and 10:03 p.m., Stone testified in her affidavit, showed Walker losing 21,586 votes while incumbent Sen. Raphael Warnock, D-Ga., gained 4,036 votes.
“The 20,000+ vote decrease varies slightly depending upon the time slice of the interim election results that are being reported,” VoterGA clarified in their statement. “It was not enough to make a difference in whether or not there is a runoff in the U.S. Senate race set for Tuesday, December 6th, 2022.”
VoterGA added that neither the GPB or the Secretary of State’s Office was “willing to respond to a request to explain the anomaly.”
This new bombshell from VoterGA comes shortly after they filed litigation against Cobb, Forsyth, and Coweta counties in Georgia to force the counties to keep their ballot images from the 2020 election, per RSBN.
Further, VoterGA had previously pointed out the more than 20,000 vote loss in a press conference in November, confirmed by the Edison Line Feed on election night.