Thousands of individuals backed by the ACLU in Georgia who likely support BLM were hired to work in the 2020 election in Georgia. This was forecast by the state’s contract worker/CFO/COO Gabe Sterling in the summer of 2020 as we previously reported.
In late November 2020, we reported on a video we located where Gabe Sterling, who is connected at the hip to corrupt Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, promised to hire ACLU individuals in the 2020 election.
This video was located as we were uncovering the massive election fraud that occurred in Georgia that the mainstream media was ignoring.
Fast forward to today and reports are coming out of Georgia in the Georgia Star that thousands of ACLU individuals, were hired for the 2020 Election:
Fulton County was not alone. All told, the ACLU recruited, trained and deployed more than 2,700 election workers at polls across the state on November 3. It also helped recruit “technicians” to help operate and “troubleshoot“ the machines of Dominion Voting Systems. ACLU recruiters targeted younger Georgians for the election work, many of whom had no previous experience checking in voters, and put them through a special training program separate from the county’s…
…In addition to the ACLU recruits, more than 340 poll workers — including those screening absentee voters, counting votes, canvassing votes, auditing votes and even supervising poll workers — were contracted over to Fulton County through a minority-owned temp agency that doesn’t specialize in recruiting or training election workers.
This hiring process in Georgia was supported and pushed by Gabe Sterling and Stacey Abrams who was connected to the firms doing the hiring in Georgia. Also, in the Georgia Star article above it is mentioned that the ACLU in Georgia is linked to BLM and the ACLU of Georgia’s website currently has links to BLM-related initiatives with most of their links now related to election integrity.
Her [Stacey Abrams former chief of staff Andrea Young] ACLU chapter supports the “Black Lives Matter” movement. In a page on its website titled, “RACIAL JUSTICE: GEORGIA’S UPRISING,” it states: “At the ACLU of Georgia, we have redoubled our efforts to support the voices of the unheard and fight systemic racism in its many forms. Join the movement. Black Lives Matter.”