Georgia Poll Workers Fired for Questioning 2020 Election Integrity

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With nearly two months gone since the 2020 presidential election, more Americans are redirecting their political attention towards the two special elections in Georgia. The races between GOP Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue vs. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff will decide whether the Senate retains its current Republican control.

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Still, the reports of voter fraud in the presidential race continue to linger. Furthermore, most conservatives do not view Joe Biden as the legitimate winner of the 2020 presidential election. Now, Newsmax confirms that concerns about election integrity have spilled over into the Georgia runoffs.
Poll workers in Fulton County, Georgia who questioned the integrity of the most recent presidential election are now disallowed from retaining their posts for voting in the runoff races.

Not Allowed to Question the 2020 Presidential Election?

Very recently, a consultant for the Fulton County Department of Registration and Elections informed two now-former poll workers, Susan Voyles and Bridget Thorne, of their job terminations. The official reason provided asserted that “a decision [was] made” to not rehire Voyles and Thorne for the Georgia special elections.
Both Voyles and Thorne have also spoken out about the news; according to the former poll workers, they believe that submitting affidavits about voting irregularities and then speaking to the press about their concerns engendered Fulton County’s decision.

The essential firing has caused Fulton County to face some backlash. Even Brad Raffensperger, Georgia’s secretary of state, denounced the firing of Voyles and Thorne.
Despite coming under attack from conservatives who believe he’s enabled or turned a blind eye to voter fraud, Raffensperger asserted that poll workers should have the ability to “raise their voice” against perceived wrongdoings. The Georgia secretary of state then warned that “retribution against whistleblowers” threatens American democracy.

Reactions to Fulton County Poll Workers’ Firings

Across social media, Americans have taken to criticize Fulton County’s decision to fire poll workers who openly spoke out and filed affidavits about voting irregularities.

Many folks see this as a coverup and proof that fraud did steal this election from President Trump. Moreover, Fulton County’s refusal to issue a statement or response to the many questions are only feeding into the aforementioned narrative.
To this very day, Americans still wonder whether or not the Georgia runoffs will be safe, secure, and free of fraud.
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