Fulton County has repeatedly denied that there was any frɑud committed during the 2020 election. We know this to be an absolute lie, but the true will be exposed soon enough.
Robb Pitts, who is the chairman of the Fulton County Georgia Board of Commissioners, even lashed out at President Trump when he insisted that frɑud had occurred.
There were several videos released that showed the election workers forcing GOP observers to leave while they were counting. The election workers were also seen scanning the same ballots twice.
Election workers have been fighting for months to stop the audits. However, they have lost this fight, and the audit will officially be taking place in Fulton County.
Now, Robb Pitts is not only changing his story, but he's wanting all Georgia counties to conduct an audit of their own.
In a statement, Pitts wrote:
"While Fulton County is the largest county and therefore under the most scrutiny, it is also my understanding that other counties had issues in their elections and finding ballots not included in the initial tabulation. If you are requesting that Fulton County be the subject of such investigation, then I believe it would only be fair that all counties with issues be subject to investigation."
If you ask me, I think this is the right move. Why would we not want to look into elections that had issues to figure out if something did indeed go wrong and how they can go about fixing that problem and preventing it from happening in the future? Isn't this common sense thinking?
Many people are excited about this because they will finally see the truth about what happened on election night. They also hope that this will help hold people accountable for how they handle elections in the future. Furthermore, it will help restore the faith that people have lost in the election system.