We now know for a fact, from two independent sources, that Stacey Abrams and NowAccount’s Happy Faces temp workers were indeed working the Atlanta State Farm Arena during Election Week 2020.

The first source is testimony by election integrity whistle-blower Bridget Thorne that was given at the Fulton County Board of Commissioners’ hearings on June 16. Thorne, a former nine-year precinct manager, was terminated from her position as a certified voting technician for Fulton County in December after speaking out about gross election irregularities she witnessed in November. She was also one of the people who testified at former Mayor Giuliani’s hearings in Georgia on December 3.

She signed an affidavit of her comments as well.

Thorne testified:

According to the Carter Jones report, when the election warehouse staff had to be quarantined the SoS offered to send trained, qualified staff and Fulton Elections declined their offer and brought in unqualified, untrained, 100% minority Happy Face employees.


I found this March 2018 AJC [Atlanta Journal-Constitution] article on Stacey Abrams and a company she co-founded called NowAccount. NowAccount secures companies’ debts who have government contracts. Abrams owns 16%. Now, isn’t it interesting that NowAccount is registered as the only secured party provider for Happy Faces? NowAccount provides the line of credit.

You can see the connection is listed here from a simple UCC search.


In the last meeting Barron [Fulton County Board of Registration and Elections Director, Richard Barron] said, I don’t know how they recruit. We aren’t in charge of the recruitment process…

…With the purse string connection of Stacey Abrams to Happy Faces you must ask, does she have influence on who gets hired to work our elections? Can she or her activist groups also recommend employees?

With Happy Faces working 100% early voting, ballot adjudication, absentee ballot processing, warehousing, drop box, signature verification, they are basically running our elections. Shouldn’t we know who they are recruiting? Shouldn’t we know who they are? Could an activist group have a special connection and ability to work our elections, while veteran poll clerks, like me, are shut out?

(Timestamp 58:54):

John Solomon, at Just The News, broke the story last week about a newly-released and shocking 29-page memo, “State Election Board Report –November 13, 2020, Unabridged Notes Detailing Everything Witnessed Nov 2-Nov 7, 2020,” put together by state contractor Carter Jones of Seven Hills Strategies.

Carter Jones was appointed as Fulton County’s Elections Monitor on October 30, 2020 by the Georgia State Election Board (SEB), chaired, at that time, by Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (Raffensperger has since been stripped of this power by the Georgia legislature and governor in a bill, SB202, signed into law on March 25, 2021). This was due to the requirements of a Consolidated Consent Order forcing the state to fix Fulton County’s massive election problems which occurred during the primary in June 2020. Some of those problems included long lines with people caught in the sun for hours, absentee ballots that never arrived at a voter’s home, and issues with double-voting, that is, where multiple voters were found to have voted both absentee and in person, with no completed investigations into this troubling practice.

The county, through the SEB, was to make substantive changes in its processes before the general election on November 3, 2020.  Jones’ hiring, as an Elections Monitor was part of that process. However, hiring him only 4 days before that general election actually defeated the purpose of instituting changes in election practices in Fulton County before the General Election! It also seems to be out of compliance with the intent of the actual Consolidated Consent Order, particularly given the fact that early voting began on October 12, 18 days before Jones was hired!

In reading that document, cover-to-cover, we have discovered numerous examples which document that Stacey Abrams’ Happy Faces’ temp employees were, indeed, at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia between the period November 3 – November 7, 2020.

Unabridged Notes by Jim Hoft on Scribd

This was a staffing disaster! This was a failure of management! Most importantly, it was an election catastrophe.  Perhaps planned for so when fraudulent deeds were identified they could blame them on process challenges.

Is this who Georgians – and Americans – had working behind the scenes for them and their Constitutional Republic in the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia during that critical Election Week of November 2020? Was it the same in other ballot counting centers in major swing state cities across America on November 3?

Or, to re-frame it: is this the type of people radicalized Democrats inserted into the election infrastructure in our swing states, in particular? Temp workers causing chaos, anarchy, subversion, sabotage, and even violence, as other, even more, secretive election fraud operations were being carried out?

This is what Carter Jones actually stated about temp workers in his final report submitted to the Georgia State Election Board on January 12, 2021, on page 9:

Fulton has leaned very heavily upon an army of temporary workers to fulfill the litany of tasks that must be completed from logistics to processing ballots to scanning final results.  It would perhaps be best to offset this number of workers with stakeholders from the local community who would like to get involved in the electoral process.  By conducting multiple interviews with temporary staff, it was made clear that some have no keen interest in participating in this immensely-important process, which is perhaps to blame for some of the sloppy clerical errors and logistical shortcomings that have plagued the complicated electoral process. However, others (particularly those scanning at State Farm) are the glue that holds the entire process together.  It is the opinion of SHS that several of these leaders should be hired full-time if the budget allows.

EMBED under actual report: https://s3.documentcloud.org/documents/20484973/fulton-county-state-election-board-report.pdf

Jones drilled down his notes and he reported that about the Happy Faces temp workers! Night and day reports! Whitewash.

Let’s take a closer look at the Wednesday, November 4 log:

Matthew Mashburn from the SEB [State Election Board] calls to my attention that a party poll watcher was on the elevator with two new reinforcements.  The first asked the second if they ‘were ready for a long night.’  The second replied that, “yeah. I’m ready to f*ck sh*t up.” I must keep an eye on these two.  Perhaps this was a bad joke, but it was very poorly timed in the presence of a poll watcher.

The Urban Dictionary defines the term “I’m ready to f*ck sh*t up!“ as “1. to create disorder (best in public).” This is what ANTIFA does, and this saying has been, since last summer’s Portland & Seattle’s violent BLM/ANTIFA riots, linked to that violent American Marxist movement.

This reprehensible term may be code for trained, radical anarchists, in teams, to take action.

Without question, Jones identifies that these two individuals were with Happy Faces. This is shocking. Notable, Jones states that he was relieved that these two Happy Faces employees were placed “where they could do the least to achieve their declared objective.” Were there other Happy Faces employees who did get to “achieve their declared objective” that night or that week in Atlanta, who caused untold harm and damage and even perpetrated criminal acts during this election, which may never come to light?

Election saboteurs! In disguise as Happy Faces temp workers?

To quote CD Media from its breaking story last week:

Evidence showed direct financial underwriting of the staffing service Happy Faces Personnel Group, by groups controlled by Abrams. In other words, a highly partisan Democrat political operative controlled the elections in Fulton County, which also involved a Nigerian national.

Happy Faces’ owners and investors through NowAccount – including Stacey Abrams, a former State Rep who should know better – have a lot of explaining to do. They must be brought forward to answer serious questions about this thwarted election sabotage plan.

An outraged Vernon Jones (R), former Democrat and current candidate for Georgia governor, said Friday evening to Steve Bannon on the WarRoom Pandemic, Abrams “is profiting from local elections across this country!”

Abrams was certainly profiting nicely during Election Day and week in Atlanta. Her financial backing of Happy Faces temp employees, especially because of COVID-19, again, brought in a nice chunk of change.

As Vernon Jones brought up to Bannon,

“There’s a great American cover-up going on … He’s [Carter Jones of Seven Hills Strategies] talking about Stacey Abrams’ firm, Happy Faces, what, they are literally providing the employees, the temporary employees to count ballots! Stacey Abrams is profiting from local elections across this country! This is… you cannot make this up, Steve! This is real. There’s a cover-up by the AJC [the Atlanta Journal-Constitution]. They’re covering up Stacey Abrams. They’re covering up Raffensperger. They’re covering up Brian Kemp … President Trump was right, this thing is riddled with election fraud and it’s been suppressed, vote suppression and election integrity suppression has been carried out with accomplices like the AJC and the liberal media…”

Bannon replied, “I think she’s got a problem now. I think this Happy Face thing is a problem.”

Vernon Jones was right.  According to Bridget Thorne’s testimony, “With Happy Faces working 100% early voting, ballot adjudication, absentee ballot processing, warehousing, dropbox, signature verification they are basically running our elections.”

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