Rep. Hice question Ga. Secy. of State’s handling of election

 

 

Rep. Jody Hice, (R-GA), questions Gregory T. Monahan, Acting Chief U.S. Park Police National Park Police, during the House Natural Resources Committee hearing on Unanswered Questions About the US Park Police’s June 1 Attack on Peaceful Protesters at Lafayette Square on July 28, 2020 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Bill Clark-Pool/Getty Images)

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UPDATED 12:55 PM PT – Wednesday, November 18, 2020

According to Rep. Jody Hice (R-Ga.), Georgia’s top election official could face consequences for his handling of the vote.

The Republican lawmaker spoke to One America News on Wednesday and said there’s a lot of action in Georgia that’s moving the needle in the President’s favor. Hice noted an ongoing audit found hundreds of votes for Joe Biden that ended up being for President Trump.

Meanwhile, both of Georgia’s GOP senators have called on Secretary of State Brad Raffensberger to resign. Hice said he won’t take a stance on the matter right now, but has predicted that concerns over Raffensberger will be addressed eventually.

“There is zero question that some decisions by the Secretary of State coming up into this election and even since this election occurred have just created all sorts of chaos, unnecessarily so in Georgia,” he noted. “There’s no question in my mind that these questions will come back to deal specifically with the future of the Secretary of State in Georgia probably after the Senate election in January.”

Hice said voters should be able to trust their elected officials and it appears Secretary Raffensberger has failed to secure the votes of Georgians.

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