Georgia Sec. of State Makes Bizarre Claim About Trump's Absentee Votes, Which Calls Into Question Other Claims | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Georgia Sec. of State Makes Bizarre Claim About Trump's Absentee Votes, Which Calls Into Question Other Claims

Georgia Republican Sec. of State Brad Raffensperger is in the hot seat with many high-profile Republicans in the state including incumbent Senators Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue, who last week called for him to step down. President Trump has also criticized his handling of the presidential election there, calling him “a so-called Republican (RINO)” who allegedly made it “easier” for Democrats to commit election fraud with mail-in ballots.

Raffensperger has hit back against their claims about his handling of the absentee vote-counting process and the recount process in the state by alleging that the national GOP and their legal team don’t understand Georgia election laws, among other things. He has also posted supposed “fact checks” to counter some of their allegations against him.

But today, Raffensperger gave an interview to local news outlet WSB-TV where he made a claim that makes absolutely no sense regarding the number of Republicans he said voted absentee in the GOP primary but didn’t vote in the general:

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