A modest proposal for arresting and indicting GA Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger

In an article published yesterday, journalist Paul Sperry added to the growing evidence that Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger broke the law in order to conceal fraud in the 2020 election. So what can be done, if anything, to bring Mr. Raffensperger to justice?

As a practical matter, most of us already know that Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr (a RINO) and Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis (a Democrat) will never pursue a case that might call the 2020 election into question. The U.S. Department of Justice and the FBI are equally biased, if not more so. So how do you get justice when the establishment is running interference?

In Texas, I’ve had some success as a private citizen by sending letters directly to grand jurors and asking them to investigate (you can ask Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton how that turned out for him). I don’t know what the rules are in Georgia about approaching a grand jury directly, but I did stumble across an interesting publication from the Prosecuting Attorney’s Council of Georgia. [cont. on p. 2]

National Security Agency to release records about Americans illegally spied on by FBI

Buckle up, kids. The National Security Agency has agreed to produce records about the FBI’s illegal snooping on 16,000 Americans, according to a letter that I received from the NSA this afternoon, and that suggests a political fight between the two agencies.

Four months ago, the FBI refused to even search for records about the illegal surveillance, which was first made public on September 4, 2020, when the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court released a December 2019 order from U.S. District Judge James Boasberg outlining the FBI’s abuses. In a February 3, 2021 letter responding to my Freedom of Information Act request, FBI Section Chief Michael G. Seidel made the absurd claim that my request did “not contain enough descriptive information to permit a search of our records.”

Obviously, Judge Boasberg was able to determine who the 16,000 Americans were, and note that I sent the exact same letter to the FBI that I sent to the NSA, specifically referencing Judge Boasberg’s order: [cont. on p.2]