After Georgia election official Gabriel Sterling asked GOP lawmakers to tone down the unsubstantiated claims of vote fraud in his state earlier this week, the Trump campaign shared a 90-second video on Twitter alleging another Georgia related election conspiracy theory. “Video footage from Georgia shows suitcases filled with ballots pulled from under a table AFTER supervisors told poll workers to leave room and 4 people stayed behind to keep counting votes,” the tweet said. Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and other GOP figures have since demanded a signature audit of the presidential election in the Peach State.


Where do we go from here? Sterling joined Sarah and Steve on today’s episode to debunk election conspiracy theories about his state and offer a pathway forward for the GOP. “To me, this is the playbook that was run by Stacey Abrams in 2018 in Georgia,” Sterling tells Steve and Sarah of the Trump campaign’s claim that the election was rigged.

Show Notes:

90 second clip of Georgia election conspiracy theory shared by the campaign on Thursday and Lin Wood’s rally on Wednesday excoriating Gabriel Sterling.

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  1. Steven Iverson Member


    Trump’s lead counsel in Georgia, Ray Smith broke down how tens of thousands of illegal votes were cast.



    • 2,506 felons illegally voted
    • 66,248 under 18 registered to vote
    • 2,423 weren’t registered at all
    • 1,043 used a PO Box
    • 4,926 voted past the registration date
    • 10,315 died before the election
    • 395 voted in two states
    • 15,700 moved out of state before the election
    • 40,279 changed county and didn’t re-register to vote
    • #1
    • December 6, 2020, at 1:34 AM PST