Former Coffee County Georgia GOP chairwoman Cathy Latham helped associates of the crackpot pro-Trump attorney Sidney Powell infiltrate a rural Georgia elections office during the 2016 presidential election — and it was all captured on video.
Simultaneously, an illegal voting system breach was taking place in the same county.
CNN correspondent Drew Griffin commented on the video footage and explained its significance.
“This is Cathy Latham we’re showing you, the former chairman of the Coffee County GOP,” noted Griffin as the clip played. “Already under investigation… for posing as one of the fake electors who signed documents who declared Donald Trump was the winner of the 2020 election. Latham can be seen escorting a team of pro-Trump operatives into the office, including an IT specialist working with Sidney Powell. This all happens on the same day the voting system in that office was illegally breached. January 7th, 2021, the day after the attack on the U.S. Capitol. Text messages, emails, and witness testimony from a civil lawsuit against Georgia election officials have connected Latham, that woman, to the plan to give the group access to the elections office.”
“Latham’s attorney told CNN in a statement that ‘Ms. Latham has not acted improperly or illegally,’ and ‘Ms. Latham did not authorize or participate in ballot scanning efforts, computer imaging, or any similar activity,’” added Griffin.
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