The "Drop and Roll" happened in the election for governor of Michigan on Tuesday in the 2022 Midterm Elections, much like it did in the 2020 Presidential Election. In the Minnesota governor's race, it also happened. We now have proof that it also happened in the Georgia Senate election, where the winner, Republican Herschel Walker, was taken advantage of.
In many different ways, thieves and criminals are stealing the US elections. The "The Drop and Roll" technique was one of the primary ways they rigged the 2020 presidential election.
In the Drop and Roll occurrences in the 2020 election, we found that a sizable batch of ballots was "dropped" with nearly every ballot going to Joe Biden at about the time when 90% of the expected ballots were returned. As many as 330,000 votes for Biden were cast in these groups at one time in Virginia.
After then, practically every batch of votes counted in the election had a Biden to Trump ratio of 1:1, with Vice President Biden consistently earning more votes than the incumbent. These outcomes were obviously fraudulent and not at random.
The drops were consistently in the Democrat's favor.
On Tuesday night's episode of Frank Speech, the Michigan governor election featured a drop and roll. Additionally, there is proof that it happened during the Minnesota governor's campaign.
The Georgia Senate election experienced the same drop and roll.
In the Georgia Senate campaign, a sizable number of votes for Georgia Democrat Senator Warnock were lost, putting him in the lead. After that, the votes cast were nearly evenly split between Walker and Warnock. Sen. Warnock took the lead thanks to this decline, which would have stopped GOP senatorial contender Herschel Walker from winning the contest entirely.
If neither candidate receives more than 50% of the vote in Georgia, a runoff is held between the top two candidates. Herschel Walker might not have been able to win the race with an absolute majority of votes due to this ballot "drop."
This requires investigation.
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on The Gateway Pundit.