UNITED STATES—On Friday, January 1, Patrick (Pat) Byrne, CEO of Overstock.com, and advocate for the constitution called attention to alleged voter fraud in Fulton County in Georgia. Thousands of documented cases of voter fraud have been reported nationwide. Byrne circulated photos on Twitter of pallets of “Fake Ballots” on their way to be shredded.

Byrne attained photos of the boxes indicating that they were to be shredded crisscross or what Byrne referred to as, “tiny slivers” that is reportedly used in the most confidential of documents.

In a press release from January 1, GOP Senators announced their decision not to accept the vote of the electoral college until a 10-day audit is completed in the states with documented voter fraud stating that the fraud in this election exceeds any in our lifetimes.

“Voter fraud had posed a persistent challenge in our elections, although the breadth and scope are disputed. By any measure, the allegations of fraud and irregularities in the 2020 election exceed any in our lifetimes.”

Jay Sekulow, Chief Counsel of the American Center of Law and Justice (ACLJ), reported on 8,000 votes in the Georgia election from out of state voters.  The information came directly from Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger’s web page.

Jovan Hutton Pulitzer confirmed publicly during the Georgia Senate Subcommittee meeting that the Georgia run-off election is connected to the internet. Pulitzer indicated that he was able to establish a two-way communication from a polling pad in a voting center.

Georgia SOS Raffensperger argues in his statement on his web page that this is not true.  Pulitzer claims that he or someone else left the Senate hearing, went to a Georgia polling station, and was able to access two-way internet via the voting systems used in the contested election.


On September 2, 2020, New York Times best-selling author of, “Armed Madhouse,” and “The Best Democracy Money Can Buy, Greg Palast released a report by the ACLU indicating that at least 200,000 Georgians were inadvertently removed from voter rolls in 2019. The reason given was reported that they had moved from their registered addresses.

Palast’s Investigation was titled, “Georgia Voter Roll Purge Errors.” He is among many, “Stop the Steal,” election enthusiasts. It is his belief that the Republicans stole the election from the Democrat party, not the other way around. Palast is reportedly suing the state of Georgia to get 198,000 voters who have been purged from voter rolls to be reinstated in time for the January 5 election.