Lin Wood Under Investigation for Alleged Illegal Voting in Georgia: Report


Daily Beast: The Georgia Secretary of State is reportedly investigating Lin Wood, the conservative attorney, conspiracy theorist, and former counsel to Donald Trump, for potential illegal voting.

Wood was one of loudest proponents of the conspiracy theory touted by Trump that Georgia’s elections were rigged against the former president, which was debunked multiple times.

Wood held rallies railing against the proclaimed theft of the election. According to WSB-TV, Wood told the secretary of state’s office that he had been living in South Carolina since buying property there in April, a statement that prompted the state to investigate.

Wood said in a statement to the station, “I have been a resident of the State of Georgia since 1955. I changed my residency to South Carolina yesterday. This is pure harassment by the Georgia Secretary of State because I have revealed credible evidence of election fraud on the part of Brad Raffensperger.” Wood said he did not vote in the state’s Jan. 5 runoff election.

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  1. Lin Wood, let me guess, Christian Zionist? I Googled him and found out that back in December of 2020 he did indeed say, “I might actually be Christ coming back for a second time in the form of an imperfect man, elevating Christ consciousness,” an extraordinary footnote quotes Wood telling his partners. “That cause you to have a little bit of a chill? Who would be more eloquent to say what the will of God is, the belief of God in me.”

    This dude is why the so-called Founding Fathers separated Church from State in the USA.

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