Jovan Pulitzer At Georgia Hearing: Election Was Compromised; Dismantled Election Results, Exposed Irregularities With Forensic Auditing
The Georgia State Senate has unanimously passed a motion to audit the absentee ballots in Fulton County after listening to testimony during an election integrity hearing.
The Judiciary Subcommittee was presented evidence of alleged voter fraud by numerous people but it was the scientific presentation made by Jovan Pulitzer, the man who created the QR code ‘scan to connect’ who made the biggest impact.
Pulitzer began his presentation by displaying different ballots that were sent out to residents of Fulton County, Georgia depending on what affiliation, Republican or Democrat, dominated the district.
The difference was in the Q-code, which, according to Pulitzer, they used to adjudicate ballots and change votes from President Trump to Joe Biden.
During Pulitzer’s testimony, he was notified that his team was able to break into the Dominion Voting Machines being used at that very minute in the Georgia Senate run-off elections – those elections will decide who controls the Senate.
President Trump’s legal team had been claiming that the Dominion Voting machines in the November Election were indeed connected to the internet, and were being manipulated – something Dominion and State Election officials have denied.
However, it appeared that Pulitzer was able to confirm in real time that their internet claims were correct.
Also presented in the Georgia Hearing was a video that showed a few women, who after telling everyone to leave because they were done counting for the night, continued to count ballots themselves. It appeared from the video that these women were re-counting the same stack of ballots over and over again, according to trial attorney Bob Cheeley’s testimony.
The hearing, which spanned the course of the day, was capped off by a call to action from President Trump Attorney Rudy Giuliani.