The Internet revealed that Georgia’s secretary of state’s younger brother is a Huawei CTO

Huawei’s CTO Ron Raffensperger is the younger brother of Georgia’s Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, according to a netizen.

Georgia’s secretary of state Brad Raffensperger twice declared Biden the winner in the 2020 U.S. election without verifying his signature. It was rumored that Brad Raffensperger had taken a bribe. Brad Raffensperger’s alleged deep ties to the Chinese Communist Party were recently exposed online.

Ron Raffensperger, Huawei’s Chief Technology Officer, was recently ousted. Ron Raffensperger is huawei’s chief technology officer for data center solutions, according to the company’s official website. Based in Shenzhen, He has extensive experience in marketing, sales, service and development for large and small technology companies, especially in developing corporate strategies in emerging markets. Huawei has long been questioned about security issues because of its murky relationship with the Communist party.

It’s worth noting that Ron Raffensperger has the same last name as Georgia’s Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, who has been accused of being his cousin and his younger brother. No other sources have confirmed the relationship between the two. But Ron Raffensperger’s personal Twitter feed is full of anti-Trump tweets.

“Every time Trump tells Brad Raffensperger to check whether the signature is real or not, he doesn’t move, just doesn’t move, no matter what Trump says,” Said China expert Dr. Zhang Tianliang on the current affairs program “Daybreak. Then he would call a press conference and lie in public. It is inconceivable that an American could do such a thing, but it would not be surprising if we knew about his ties to the Communist Party.”

In the U.S. election, Georgia’s secretary of state confirmed the 2020 presidential election result in favor of Democratic candidate Joe Biden after two unsigned recounts. Signature verification was one of the main issues raised by the Trump campaign.

Trump said on Twitter On December 6 that he would win “easily and quickly” if Georgia Governor Brian Kemp or Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger “allowed simple signature verification.”

“It hasn’t been done [signature verification] yet, and that will show a massive difference. Why do these two ‘Republicans’ say no? If we win Georgia, the rest of the country will be clear!” “The president added.

On Thursday, Georgia’s House of Representatives convened a hearing on alleged fraud in the election that was monitored by the House Government Affairs Committee, but the secretary of state declined to attend.

Hal Turner Radio Show, a conservative WEB site, last month quoted a top national security intelligence source with the FEDERAL Bureau of Investigation’s Joint Terrorism Task Force as saying the FBI had Gov. Brian McCarthy of Joe. Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger for accepting bribes.