by Joe Hoft
Americans Want the Truth!
Georgia’s Fulton County’s Board of
Registration and Elections voted Tuesday in favor of removing its election
director following a mistake-marred and disputed 2020 election cycle.
The board removed Director Richard
Barron in a 3-2 vote, according to 11alive.com.
Problems with balloting in the county emerged in the June primaries and resurfaced
in the November General Election when incumbent President Trump narrowly lost
the state to Democratic challenger Joe Biden.
The county’s efforts were criticized by the state and the Trump
campaign, which argued the results were tainted by voter fraud.
A similar vote against Barron was held last week but ruled invalid
because it was taken in an executive, or private, session, 11alive.com also
Dr. Kathleen Ruth, Mark Wingate, two Republicans, and board vice chair
Vernetta Keith Nuriddin, a Democrat, voted to remove Barron.
Board Chairperson Mary Carole Cooney and Aaron Johnson, two Democrats, voted
to retain him.
Barron was on TV a lot after the 2020 election. He was even quoted as
saying that no one was told to leave the Atlanta State Farm Arena on Election
Night. He shared this when news of the fake water main break was released
and the suspected election fraud occurred late at night by poll counters after
all the poll observers went home.
Elections Director in Fulton County, Richard Barron, Claims No One Was Told to
Leave Atlanta Arena Election Night But Affidavits Say Otherwise (VIDEO)
Individuals present at the arena Election night signed affidavits saying
that they were told to go home that evening. Barron never signed an
agreement stating that they were not told to go home.
It’s no surprise that Barron is gone, now will the Fulton County
Board bring in an auditor to review every ballot in the county to ensure every
ballot was free of fraud and only valid ballots were counted?