Beaufort, SC removes election official for organizing audit rally

SC Seal at Beaufort City Hall by Ken Hawkins is licensed under CC BY 2.0
Conventional wisdom in America’s political-media establishment holds that, like the JFK assassination, the 2020 presidential election will forever remain an unsolved mystery.

A growing if unreported national movement holds the opposite view: Nothing short of forensic audits in every state and the elimination of Internet-connected voting systems will restore election integrity in 2022.

Thus a member of the City Council in Beaufort, South Carolina was fired from the county’s Elections Commission for organizing a rally in support of a forensic audit of the 2020 election.

Is the call for such an audit partisan or patriotic activity?

The council, in a 5-0 vote, said Helen Spalding, appointed in February to a six-year term, was removed from the commission due to her participation in “partisan political activities,” The Island Packet reported on Sept. 15.
SC Seal at Beaufort City Hall by Ken Hawkins is licensed under CC BY 2.0