Saturday, January 16, 2021

Secret suitcases in Georgia ‘fishy,’ Sexton Says

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Buck Sexton, the host of “The Buck Sexton Show,” said Friday that the testimony out of Georgia about voter fraud allegations is—at the minimum—is “very fishy.”

Sexton was referring to the surveillance video from State Farm Arena, which is located in Fulton County, that allegedly showed poll watchers being led out while some people stayed behind. At one point, a woman could be seen pulling out suitcases from under a table that were allegedly filled with ballots. Vote-counters stayed behind and spent hours counting ballots without any GOP poll watchers, President Trump’s legal team said.

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“OK, why would that happen with no one else there?” Sexton asked. “Why would this happen after hours?”

He continued, “That’s very suspicious, isn’t it? That seems concerning to me. but sure enough, mainstream media wants nothing to do with it. They simply don’t care. they tell us that this is already debunked. that’s one of their favorite words. anytime there’s a debate that they don’t want to have, they use words like debunked to claim it’s already over with.”

The media has the ability to absolutely bury stories when it comes to issues that are potentially damaging to Democratic candidate. One needs to look no further than the New York Post report that claimed to tie Joe Biden to his son’s business dealings. Biden denied any wrongdoing and journalists backed down and asked him about the flavor of his ice cream cone.

Gov. Brian Kemp, the Georgia Republican, seemed to agree with Sexton, and called for a signature audit during an interview on Fox News. He said that it would have to be the secretary of state to order such an audit. The network reported that Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger’s office “debunked” the video. A senior source from his office said a “designated observer” was at the facility the entire time.

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“Now, why would you have an audit looking for a signature match here?” Sexton asked. “There’s no reason; there’s an understandable public controversy, there’s reason to believe something better servant here heard and we have at least some prayer finding out what really went on here are checking to see if signatures match.”

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