The Georgia Secretary of State announced Saturday afternoon that an “issue” was discovered regarding the count in Fulton County, which could potentially affect the outcome of the election in the state. No information has been released at this time to describe what that issue was or what effect it will have, but to order everyone there on a Saturday to oversee the issue shows a bit of seriousness to the problem. Fulton County’s late votes were allegedly breaking 9 to 1 for Biden.
#BREAKING development that *may* significantly affect the current Biden lead in Georgia. “Fulton County has discovered an issue involving reporting from their work on Friday.”@11AliveNews we don’t know how many ballots are in question, or which way they would change the count. pic.twitter.com/PAL9HmIpqd
— Brendan Keefe (@BrendanKeefe) November 7, 2020
Fulton has discovered an issue involving reporting from their work on Fri. Officials are at State Farm Arena to rescan that work. I have a monitor & investigators onsite. Also sent Dep. SOS as well to oversee the process to make sure to secure the vote and protect all legal votes
— GA Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (@GaSecofState) November 7, 2020
9 to 1 for Biden? It is Atlanta but the Rescan issue calls into question the machine and software, again.
It took so much fraud and cheating to get Biden over the line, it can’t possibly be covered up. It’s spilling out all over the place!
Read past their mission statement.
Brad Raffensperger would be the same official who successfully fought to keep up-to-date paper copies of voter registration and absentee voting information from being on hand at Georgia polling places on Election Day.
Appeals court stops more paper backups of Georgia voter records
By the way, Trump claimed that Georgia’s election apparatus is overseen by Democrats. That’s not true. Georgia elections are all run by Republicans. Secretary of State Raffensperger’s department organizes and oversees all Georgia election activity—voter registration, as well as municipal, state, county, and federal elections. That is a fact.
@Greg: How about we just let the lawsuits and investigations go forward and conclude? If Democrats have nothing to hide, they should welcome the scrutiny. We can resolve all questions and move forward instead of leaving a thick cloud of suspicion, for which the Democrats’, if the benefit of the doubt is allowed, incompetence is to blame.
Or, are you afraid of what may be discovered?
@Greg: Holey moley I agree with you hard copy back up , the computer print out could designate if absentee was sent to the voter. Let the toner burn out print print print.
My polling place had both, moms only the printed copy with hand stamps over the names that got an absentee mailed to them.
We had the same at my Indiana polling place. ID data and signatures are compared against paper registration records. The poll worker hands you a ballot envelope to sign, and then a blank ballot. You insert the blank ballot into the voting machine, vote on a touch screen, and review everything on the screen before touching the FINISHED button. The machine then fills in your paper ballot for you, which you remove and examine for accuracy before you yourself seal it in your signed ballot envelope. You then drop it in the ballot box. It’s a very tight and efficient process that’s speedy, but also leaves a paper record.
@Greg: Sounds like they allowed observers.