Lin Wood Reports That Sec. of State Raffensperger Has ‘Backed Out’ of Having to Testify Tomorrow Before a GA House Committee

Yesterday, it was reported that members of Georgia’s House of Representatives are slated to hold a hearing tomorrow to discuss the voting process in Georgia.

The hearing comes after a Georgia Senate subcommittee held a hearing last week at the capitol to discuss perceived voting irregularities in November’s presidential election.

Supposed videotape evidence that alleged proof of ballots being counted without oversight was introduced at that hearing, although it has been fact-checked and denied by various fact-checkers and election officials.

Republican State Representative and Chairman of the House Governmental Affairs Committee, Shaw Blackmon, had announced the House’s hearing will take place virtually.

A press release stated that “The focus of the committee’s work will be to ensure the security and efficiency of the January 2021 U.S. Senate runoff and other future elections.”

Attorney Lin Wood recently tweeted, however, that GA Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger “was scheduled to appear & testify tomorrow before GA House Committee about 11/3 election fraud.”

“He just backed out & cannot be subpoenaed unless special session is called. Gov. Brian Kemp refuses to do so. How convenient. DEMAND ANSWERS Patriot,” Wood explained.

Prior to that, Wood tweeted that “A state attorney general has sworn duty to uphold & enforce the law.”

Wood wondered, “Why is GA Atty. Gen. Chris Carr refusing to settle or join Texas litigation seeking Constitutional voting system be upheld & enforced? What is he hiding? Who is he trying to protect?” Wood emphasized, “NOT We The People.”

According to the AP, former Republican California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger participated in a zoom call organized by the USC Schwarzenegger Institute for State and Global Policy at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles with Raffensperger yesterday.

Schwarzenegger, who criticized President Trump last year, told Raffensperger that “We are big admirers of yours, and you will go down in history for being a good guy, a good public servant.”

The institute plans to bestow Democracy Action Hero awards next week over Zoom and Schwarzenegger said he “would love” to give one to Raffensperger.

“Thank you very much. Yes, I will accept,” Raffensperger said before insisting that they were “just trying to run an election, just follow the process, follow the law. We didn’t set out to earn any awards.”