US election: Georgia election official debunks “new” claims on alleged fraud

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A top Georgia election official Gabriel Sterling on Monday went through what he called “new” claims about election fraud, saying things like ballot shredding were not occurring.

He also addressed a question asked by President Donald Trump in a controversial phone call with Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, in which he questioned if parts in Dominion voting machines were being “changed,” something Sterling said is “not a real thing” nor were machines hacked.

He also debunked the theory that Raffensperger had a brother named “Ron” who works for Chinese company Huawei, saying it’s not real.

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