Courtesy of CNN:
The state of Georgia has likely removed nearly 200,000 Georgia citizens from the voter rolls for wrongfully concluding that those people had moved and not changed the address on their voter registration, when in fact they never moved, according to a new report released on Wednesday.
The ACLU of Georgia released the report which was conducted by the Palast Investigative Fund, a nonpartisan group that focuses on data journalism, on Wednesday.
For the report, Palast hired expert firms to conduct an Advanced Address List Hygiene, a method of residential address verification, to review 313,243 names that were removed from the state’s voter rolls in late 2019. Their findings claim that 63.3% of voters had not, in fact, moved and were purged in error.
Reacting to the report, Andrea Young, executive director of the ACLU of Georgia, told CNN, “on the one hand, I was deeply saddened and on the other side, not entirely surprised.”
Young described the method the state has used to maintain its voting list as “prone to tremendous error” and not on par with the industry standard for residential address verification.
This is where the real voter fraud comes in.
It is not individuals trying to vote multiple times, or fraudulent mail-in ballots, it is the systematic denial of voting rights to a segment of the population to control the outcome of elections.
And just in case you are not aware of which party is more inclined to utilize these tactics, then I suggest you pull your head out of the sand.