Surveillance Video of Possible Voter Fraud Presented at Georgia State Senate Hearing

The Georgia State Senate held hearings on Thursday about the state’s election processes where allegations of voter fraud were presented from a surveillance video of ballot counting.

Ballot counting was conducted at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta.

Although supervisors had dismissed the poll workers, it’s reported four remained in the room.

The surveillance video shows poll workers removing suitcases containing ballots from under a table and then proceed to count the ballots without the presence of election monitors.

CBS News46 reports:

The supposed video tape evidence alleges proof of ballots being counted without oversight. A subcommittee comprised of both Republicans and Democrats held a hearing at the State Capitol for perhaps the biggest bombshell presented to lawmakers from inside State Farm Arena.

President Trump’s legal team, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis presented evidence at the hearings.

Ellis discussed the allegations of voter fraud and the surveillance video evidence with Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo.

Following the release of the surveillance video, Georgia Republican Governor Brian Kemp called for the Secretary of State’s office to have a signature audit of ballots conducted.

Ellis stated the signature audit was requested by President Trump’s legal team five times.

Critics responded to the allegations of voter fraud on social media.

President Trump commented on social media.

To maintain the integrity of our country’s election process, allegations of voter fraud in Georgia and elsewhere must be investigated and those involved must be held accountable if a crime was committed.