Gabriel Sterling, the media darling, far-left ‘Republican’, and Executive of the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office is freaking out. He had to say something negative about the audit in Arizona because he does not want the same audit performed in Georgia. Which tells you all you need to know about Gabriel Sterling.
We reported numerous times on Sterling after the election. He had everything upside down – looks like he hasn’t changed a lick:
We still have many questions about what Sterling and Secretary of State Raffensperger did with $16 million that passed their way before the election. Also, why is Sterling, Raffensperger’s COO and CFO of the Secretary of State’s Office, when it is against policy and why is he a contract employee?
The thing that we notice most about crooked people is how they always project on others what they are guilty of. Another Sterling example of this is his recent tweet about the Arizona audit:
This ‘audit’ in Arizona is another step in undermining confidence in elections. This process is neither transparent nor, likely, legal,” Sterling said on Twitter.
Any ‘findings’ will be highly suspect now that chain of custody has been violated by partisan actors,” he added.
If done correctly, no audit is “another step in undermining the confidence in elections”. Sterling simply doesn’t have a clue what he is talking about. If the audit comes back clean, then it would validate the original reporting and would support the election processes to date. If the audit comes back with thousands of fraudulent ballots, then this too would give voters confidence because they would be able to say the process worked.
When he says the process is not transparent he is basically not telling the truth again. This is the most transparent audit in history (This assessment comes from being in the audit field for decades and performing audits around the world.)
Finally, the only chain of custody issues occurred when the Senate loaded the ballots up on trucks in an unauthorized ride to God-knows-where:
And who is Sterling to say anything about chain of custody:
Gabe Sterling is what has been called over the centuries – a big, dishonest, projecting piece of work.
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