Fulton County, GA RINO Empire Strikes Back, Overrules Election That Forced Out Establishment GOP Leadership

By: - May 1, 2021

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Republicans in Fulton County, GA were enraged at the party’s pathetic performance during the 2020 election cycle, which saw President Trump removed from office via election fraud and GA’s two Senate seats fall to rabid Leftists.

In response, new GOP leadership was chosen during elections in Fulton County, GA via a raucous party election session in April.

However, the Republican in Name Only (RINO) empire has struck back. By appealing the election to the GOP district, which invalidated the poll and retained the incumbent in office, pending an appeal to state GOP leadership.

“They had nine very large-statured men come out with red solo cups to collect the tiddlywinks,” said Jamie Parrish, a delegate to the county convention. He claimed that one vote-collecting official “walked behind the stage” of the event hall and “was completely out of everyone’s sight for several minutes” before returning to view, reported Just The News.

When the final votes were counted, Parrish said, Kelly (incumbent) was declared the winner by three, though Parrish — echoing Marjorie Taylor Greene’s comments — claimed that the number of tiddlywinks counted was greater than the number of voters by one. 

Enough delegates demanded a recount that the convention again collected everyone’s votes, submitted this time by “a single-file line” into “one single vessel.” In that contest, he said, Opraseuth (Pro-Trump challenger) won by 24 votes.

The district GOP reversed the second election result and returned the seat to the incumbent.