Posted BY: Kara | NwoReport

In December 2020, President Trump contacted Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to address alleged election discrepancies uncovered by an auditor, implying that the election might be uncertifiable. Raffensperger’s office covertly recorded the call but later misled the far-left Washington Post about its existence.

Raffensperger’s team leaked a doctored transcript of the conversation to the media outlet, resulting in public outcry. Anonymous sources from the Post were later revealed to be Jordan Fuchs, an aide to Raffensperger, who furnished a falsified Trump quote for an anti-Trump piece on January 9th. This strategic timing aimed to maximize the negative impact before the impending impeachment trial in the Senate.

David Shafer, Georgia’s Republican Party Chairman, disclosed that Raffensperger and Fuchs had provided false information to the Washington Post about Trump, urging them to “find the fraud.” After sharing their version of events, they deleted the original audio from the call.

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Remarkably, the deleted audio file resurfaced in the laptop’s “trash” folder, shedding light on the actions of those involved. Notably, Fuchs had previously managed Raffensperger’s campaign for Secretary of State. Critics, including Georgia activists, claimed that Fuchs and Raffensperger’s office were uncooperative during post-election investigations.

In February 2021, Georgia District Attorney Fani Willis launched an investigation into President Trump’s call based on misrepresented information provided by Fuchs and Raffensperger. Despite their awareness of Fuchs’ deception, they indicted President Trump and 18 associates. This sequence of events raises questions about the integrity of the investigation and the individuals behind it. The article highlights a convoluted narrative involving alleged dishonesty, political maneuvering, and the use of misleading information to influence public opinion and legal actions.