Coffee In The News

First off, I am not a fan of coffee. Just never have enjoyed the taste. Don’t know why and always assumed that one day I would somehow learn to like it, but that day has never shown up. After this many years, I rather doubt it will. I’m a tea drinker, though, and I am fussy about it. An in-law has told me that I’m a “tea snob” and, truthfully, that’s likely correct. Like a lot of Southern women, I want my iced tea made a certain way, has to be Luzianne, and lots of ice. Quality counts. But then the coffee lovers go to the same lengths, so I don’t feel bad about it.

But that’s not the point of this at all.

The point of this post is the Coffee County, GA mishandling of the election EQUIPMENT AND SOFTWARE after the 2020 election that most likely compromised MILLIONS of voters’ information, exposed the software to damage by hackers from outside the country as well as inside, and breached all kinds of security protocols and the public trust locally, statewide, and federally. It centers around, of all people, the Election Office supervisor, who ALLOWED outsiders into her office to come in and break the seals on the equipment to “mirror” (make an exact copy) of the software and hard drives. The breaking of the seals by itself was a felony. Copying the data on each piece of equipment was a FEDERAL FELONY. The fact that she let them in and KNOWINGLY allowed these actions is a breach of the oath she took when she took office and is cause for termination and, I believe, a felony under State law. (We’re racking them up here.)

The astounding thing is: she left the security cameras running and it is all on video! Every bit of this is documented.

The given reason? She wanted to prove that the election process was rigged in favor of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris and she was convinced that these people would provide that proof. She KNEW what she was doing was illegal, but she did it anyway. She knew what they were doing was illegal, but she allowed it anyway. The justification was that if it did show that the election was rigged, then she would be exonerated.

But nothing of the sort happened because the election was fair.

This shows a security vulnerability in our election process. Those machines need to be stored in such a way that they CANNOT be accessed without at least three people signing them out. Software needs more firewalls and it needs more than one person to enter. Sure, this might be a handicap for smaller counties, but if three or four do it together, they can manage it.

This cult of personality thing shows the depth and length to which followers may go to undermine a governmental institution that they desire to overthrow. If we want to make certain that democracy prevails, then we must find the ways and means to protect it at all points.

If you cannot trust the election officials, the election process itself is doomed. It won’t matter if the ballots are paper or electronic. I’m serious. If the General Assembly can replace our Election Boards at a county level because they simply don’t like the election results, we’re not living in a democracy anymore. It’s an oligarchy or aristocracy and they are our Lords, Dukes, and Earls. They just haven’t assumed the titles yet. (Give them time and they will.)

We absolutely MUST TAKE BACK THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. We cannot allow these people to run our State into the ground and give it away. They’ve tried fake electors (like Burt Jones), they’ve tried to hijack our elections (suppressing black voters and purging the voter rolls unnecessarily), they’ve kept poor people from getting adequate healthcare coverage during a pandemic by not expanding Medicaid, and they’ve cheated our children by slashing school budget past the bone. This has to stop.

Vote Blue in November 2022 and elect people who will take care of Georgians not their own wallets. If you elect me to the Senate, I’ll work hard to help make life easier for all Georgians who work hard every day.

Paid for by The Committee to Elect Ellen T. Wright, P.O. Box 3816, LaGrange, GA 30241

Published by Equus spirit

Live in west central GA with 5 horses, 2 dachshunds, 3 cats. Life is complicated. Especially when you are an older female living in rural Georgia and the system is definitely rigged against you. God, I've learned to appreciate at least something of what minorities go through. White men are such boar hogs.

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