Earlier this week we reported a bombshell report where True the Vote released evidence that identified 279 people who were illegally stuffing drop boxes in Georgia before the 2020 Election. What was left unreported is Governor Kemp’s responses to this information.
We first reported on this story months ago, and then on January 4th, four days ago, we reported that True the Vote has data, witnesses, and video evidence of election fraudsters in Georgia participating in what appears to be a ‘Ballot Trafficking’ operation before the 2020 Election.
True the Vote shared their information with Georgia’s Governor Kemp and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) back in April 2020. Months later in September 2020, True the vote received a response from Governor Kemp’s appointee at the GBI, minimizing the evidence provided and providing their decision not to perform any investigation into the ballot trafficking operation.
Response to True the Vote from Governor Kemp and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation:
The GBI also at that time provided the same response to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. In doing so, Kemp’s GBI released private and sensitive information on the operation to the press.
In response, the Bopp Law Firm and True the Vote, responded to Georgia Governor Kemp’s response in October 2021. Kemp’s GBI shared information provided by True the Vote to the press that was not forthright. As the letter below notes, the GBI provided confidential information to the press. They omitted evidence True the Vote provided as well as more information provided since April.
True the Vote notes that they withheld names of individuals from Kemp and the GBI because they were afraid they would be leaked. Sure enough, the GBI leaked a slanted story to the garbage media proving True the Vote’s concerns were legit.
See True the Vote’s response to Kemp, Raffensperger and the GBI below.