Georgia Senate Judiciary Subcommittee Unanimously Passes Motion to Audit Fulton County’s Absentee Ballots Using Method Outlined by Jovan Pulitzer
Members of Georgia’s Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Elections and members of the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday held a hearing to study Georgia’s Election Laws, and their past and present impact on the current Election cycle.
The star of the show on Wednesday was inventor Jovan Pulitzer.
Pulitzer explained how he could quickly audit their results using his technique of identifying fraudulent paper ballots and said he will do it for free.
Mr. Pulitzer said he has “no regard for the smoke and mirrors of how the machines work.” – IT’S ALL ABOUT THE PAPER BALLOTS.
“I don’t care about the machine. I don’t even care about the code that was written in the machine. What I care about is that physical artifact [ballot] and that physical artifact has material differences district to district that should not be there.”
Pulitzer said it would take him two hours to look at 500,000 ballots.
The Georgia State Senate Judiciary Subcomittee unanimously passed a motion to audit Fulton County’s absentee ballots with the process Pulitzer outlined during today’s hearing.
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger
Members of Georgia’s Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Elections and members of the Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing to study Georgia’s Election Laws, and the numerous voting irregularities in the 2020 presidential election.
The hearing comes after a Senate subcommittee held a hearing last week at the capitol to discuss perceived voting irregularities in November’s presidential election.
During the hearing witness Jovan Pulitzer was invited to testify on the irregularities in the November 3rd election.
Joe Hoft wrote about this brilliant man first here at The Gateway Pundit.
On Tuesday Jovan Pulitzer revealed the differences between votes printed for Democrat counties versus Republican counties.
You may be familiar with the name, Jovan Hutton Pulitzer, or you may not be, but he’s an author, actor, producer, writer, podcaster, an inventor and more. I first became aware of his name during the testimony of Col. Phil Waldron during the Michigan State House hearing on Election Integrity very recently. Col. Waldron briefly mentioned that Pulitzer was the inventor of the QR code and that using his invention, there was a way to determine whether a ballot was fraudulent or not and that piqued my interest. We’ll be discussing his life, career and his invention tonight on the program.