Many have wondered how Georgia, a state that is supposed to be under Republican control, has fallen to the Left’s election interference scams consisting of drop boxes and political prosecutions. Most Trump supporters place rightful blame on Fulton County DA Fani Willis and Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. But who empowers these individuals? The answer lies with Georgia RNC Committeeman Jason Thompson, whose wife, Julianne Thompson, and daughter, Victoria Thompson, have received over $300K in payments from Raffensperger’s office since 2020. Even worse, Julianne Thompson’s 2020 payment from Raffensperger was also tied to a no-bid contract with Georgia’s Secretary of State Office and Dominion. The Thompson family scandal deepens as Fulton County DA Fani Willis infamously subpoenaed Victoria Thompson in her “get Trump” investigation. It is believed by many in Georgia political circles that Victoria Thompson was critical in helping Raffensperger “set up” the infamous phone call between Trump and Raffensperger, which is one of the driving forces DA Willis is using to “get Trump.” Georgia RNC Committeeman Jason Thompson has been in power since 2018. What happened in 2020 and beyond in Georgia can not be allowed to happen again in 2024.

According to records from the Georgia Department of Audits & Accounts published in the Georgia Record, Julianne Thompson received $105k in 2020 via a no-bid contract with Georgia’s Secretary of State Office and Dominion. 

Julianne Thompson also received a $45k payment in 2020 from Raffensperger’s Office.

In 2021, Thompson’s daughter, Victoria, started receiving payments from Raffensperger’s office, and then in 2023, both Victoria and Julianne received payments from Raffensperger’s office. One could say that working for Raffensperger has become a Thompson family affair. 

Payments and connections to Dominion are far from the most disturbing connections the Thompson family has with Raffensperger. Thompson’s daughter, Victoria, was subpoenaed by Fulton County DA Fani Willis in her “get Trump” investigation. Victoria was subpoenaed due to her work in Raffensperger’s office, which was centered around President Trump’s December 2020 phone call with Raffensperger, which is one of the driving factors Willis is using in her prosecution of Trump. The AJC covered this story, writing, “The special grand jury issued subpoenas for the testimony of Ryan Germany, the general counsel for the secretary of state’s office, and Victoria Thompson, who was an executive assistant during the elections and is now legislative liaison.”

Many in Georgia’s political circles suspect Victoria Thompson worked with Raffensperger to “set up” President Trump via the infamous phone call. Raffensperger once quoted one of President Trump’s tweets about their phone call, falsely responding to Trump’s justified criticisms of Raffensperger for not securing the vote in Fulton County by falsely posting, “Respectfully, President Trump: What you’re saying is not true. The truth will come out.”

Fani Willis’ Fulton County Grand Jury Report on her Trump indictments states that Victoria Thompson played a key role in scheduling Raffensperger’s phone calls.

One of the most important jobs of the RNC Committeeman is to secure his state’s votes. Jason Thompson failed to secure Georgia’s vote in 2020 and, worse, had family members complicit in lowering the standards of Georgia’s election laws, which empowered drop boxes and eventually Fani Willis’ “get Trump” prosecutions. Thompson can attend all the Mar-a-Lago events and election security conferences he wants to, but the facts will stay the same. Georgia will not have a secure election with Jason Thompson serving as the state’s RNC Committeeman. 

Charles Downs