SOS Candidate Launches Video Series to Look at 2020 Election Irregularities

A candidate for Georgia Secretary of State is working on a multi-part video series to unveil what he says were “election irregularities, mistakes, and cautionary tales from the 2020 election.”

Republican David Belle Isle said this week that his campaign will soon being rolling out lessons from ‘Belle Isle University.” The multi-part series will address Raffensperger’s consent decree, whether the election results certified were correct, and what the “audits” really mean.

“Anyone who desires to look into the 2020 election without having the same opinion as the AJC, Big Tech, Raffensperger is immediately dismissed and accused of furthering the “Big Lie.” Belle Isle said in his press release on the video series. “There is no doubt this video is at risk of being pulled off social media for even daring to discuss the subject.”

Belle Isle also said there are questions that “deserve a hard look and that should not be simply swept under the rug.” In his press release, he listed the following:

  • Brad Raffesnperger sent unrequested absentee ballot applications to 6.9 million addresses.
  • Over 1,000 voters in Fulton County claim a UPS Store, Post Office, or a vacant lot as their primary address.
  • Raffensperger signed a consent decree which made it nearly impossible to reject invalid absentee ballots statewide.
  • No less than 1,700 voters voted both by absentee ballot and in-person.
  • Over 60,000 drop-box ballots either had no surveillance or chain of custody or possessed serious gaps in surveillance and chain-of-custody.
  • 35,000 voters voted after moving from their registered address.
  • In Fulton County 103% of eligible voters are registered to vote.

Jessica Szilagyi

Jessica Szilagyi is Publisher of TGV News. She focuses primarily on state and local politics as well as issues in law enforcement and corrections. She has a background in Political Science with a focus in local government and has a Master of Public Administration from the University of Georgia.

Jessica is a "Like It Or Not" contributor for Fox5 in Atlanta and co-creator of of the Peabody Award-nominated podcast 'Prison Town.'

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