Georgia's second recount must be a "deeper forensic audit' into potential voter fraud, particularly with the Jan. 5 Senate runoffs looming, according to Rep. Barry Loudermilk, R-Ga., on Newsmax TV.
"There has to be a deeper forensic audit done," Loudermilk told Monday's "Stinchfield."
"What the Secretary of State is saying is we've already verified the signatures and we've separated the ballots from the envelopes. You still have to verify that people who are voting are people that should be voting.
"Whether you can discount their ballot or not in the last election, we need to know, if it's people who voted illegally, that they don't do it again in this runoff."
Added to the confusion of the current recount, the contested presidential election, and the upcoming Senate runoffs for the seats of Sens. David Perdue, R-Ga., and Kelly Loeffler, R-Ga., liberal activists have pushed for people to move to the state of Georgia to become eligible to vote for Democrat challengers Jon Ossoff and Rev. Raphael Warnock.
Regardless, the fraud needs to be rooted out of Georgia, Loudermilk told host Grant Stinchfield.
"I believe there was fraud in this election," Loudermilk said. "People say, 'give us the evidence.' Well, you have to investigate to get to the evidence. We have a lot of circumstantial evidence. I mean, if you look in Georgia, Republicans won up and down the ballot, except for the presidential and the Senate race.
"Tell me how that has happened – when we Republicans held the House and the Senate. We made great gains in Georgia.
"A lot of interesting things will come out of this election, but we have to continue to fight to make sure future elections are trustworthy, that they have integrity."
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