The 2020 Presidential election was rife with accusations of voter fraud and general cheating, while there is some evidence to suggest this may be the case there is not enough to say definitely. That being said, there were apparently some major issues with the ballots in Georgia that are just now being reported.
From PJ Media:
To preserve the integrity of ballots cast in an election, Georgia Emergency Rule 183-1-14-1.8-.14 dictated that absentee ballots placed in drop boxes, “shall be immediately transported to the county registrar and processed and stored in the same manner as absentee ballots returned by mail are processed and stored,” and that “The county registrar or a designee thereof shall sign the ballot transfer form upon receipt of the ballots from the collection team.” [Emphasis added]
This emergency rule was adopted during a July 2020 meeting of the Georgia State Election Board.
But according to an analysis of ballot transfer forms by The Georgia Star News, 43,907 of the 61,731 absentee ballots that were put in dropboxes by voters, a whopping 72 percent, violated this rule.
Based on their analysis, 28,194 absentee ballots (46 percent) “were not documented as being received by the elections registrar or the director’s designee until the day after they were collected from the drop box.”
Chain of custody is extremely important in regard to election security. If ballots are not accounted for from the time they are cast at a polling location to the time they are being counted they can not be considered secure.