Former Fulton County Elections Official Explains Why He Voted Against Certification Twice During Jeffrey Clark’s Disbarment Trial

The second week of the disbarment trial of Donald Trump’s former DOJ official, Jeffrey Clark, resumed its second week on Monday. Clark, who is also a defendant in Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis’ RICO prosecution, is being disciplined for drafting a letter that was never sent to Georgia officials after the 2020 election advising them of their options for dealing with the election illegalities.

The trial is expected to last two weeks, concluding this week.

D.C. Bar attorney Hamilton Fox continued to object to all of Clark’s witnesses. He said he had no idea who Heather Honey was or what she intended to talk about. Honey, who is from Pennsylvania and expected to testify on Tuesday, is widely considered one of the main investigators of election fraud in the 2020 election.

Mark Wingate, who served on the board of Fulton County Board of Registration and Elections, said he voted against certifying the 2020 election twice. He said the vote was split down the middle, with the two Democrats voting for certification and him and the other Republicans voting against it.

What concerned him was there were more voters on the active rolls than eligible voters, which continued after the 2020 election, and nothing was done to answer his questions about it. He requested chain of custody documentation, which was never returned to him.

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