New surveillance video reveals that a Georgia Republican official who was also a fake Trump voter led a team of Trump agents who spent hours violating a voting system in the state of Georgia.
False voter Trump-led vote data breach in Georgia
A Republican official in Georgia and agents working with an attorney for former President Donald Trump spent hours that day in a restricted area of the Coffee County polling station. Among those seen in the footage is Cathy Latham, a former Coffee County GOP chairman who is under criminal investigation for posing as a fake voter in 2020.
CNN previously reported that Latham escorted agents working with former Trump attorney Sidney Powell through the front door of the election office on Jan. 7, 2021. The new footage appears to undermine Latham’s previous claims that she was not “personally involved” in the breach.
The new video, obtained as part of a years-long civil lawsuit in Georgia regarding the security of voting systems there, shows Latham staying in the office for hours while those same agents installed computers near election equipment and appeared to be accessing voting data.
The voter data breach is under investigation by both the state and the federal government
The Fulton County, GA Inquiry into Trump’s electoral crimes is also investigating the vote data breach. The DOJ investigated the breach as part of the fake voter scheme.
The data breach team worked for Sydney Powell who worked for Donald Trump. The same group of people without the false voter in Georgia also violated voter data in a Michigan county.
Violations of the voting system are serious crimes and video surveillance in these cases comes as close as possible to proof of smoking. The suspected breaches are on video to access the equipment and set up their own computer.
The crime levels associated with Trump’s coup attempt are staggering, but one of the areas where people are likely to end up convicted and jailed is the violation of
Mr Easley is the editor in chief. He is also a White House Press Pool and a congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a bachelor’s degree in political science. His graduation work focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements.
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