The recount in Georgia was a disaster from the beginning.
Biden was announced the winner by Georgia’s Secretary of State as the winner of the recount in the state of Georgia
The only problem is they didn’t exclude any of the fraudulent votes.
Election officials counted illegal and legal votes altogether, but in order for a true recount to occur illegal votes must be discarded.
Georgia’s Secretary of State Republican Brad Raffensperger claims he’s a Trump supporter in public but behind closed doors, he signed off on a deal with Hillary Clinton’s former attorney Marc Elias to alter mail-in ballots in Georgia.
Beware of wolves in sheep clothing folks or better yet beware of all the RINOS out there!
JUST IN: Georgia Secretary of State, Republican Brad Raffensperger, who describes himself as a "proud Trump supporter" affirms that Joe Biden has won the state of Georgia: "Numbers don't lie." https://t.co/FCJKbq5ifg pic.twitter.com/rUnBpS9GxR
— The Hill (@thehill) November 20, 2020
NEW: Georgia Sec. of State Brad Raffensperger says he's "disappointed" Pres. Trump lost the state, but as an engineer, "I live by the motto that numbers don't lie. As Secretary of State, I believe that the numbers that we have presented today are correct." https://t.co/4P7wE6e9JW pic.twitter.com/z7toK3cetk
— ABC News (@ABC) November 20, 2020
Georgia’s secretary of state is set to certify the state’s presidential election results on Friday, making President-elect Joe Biden's victory there official. "I live by the motto that numbers don’t lie,” Brad Raffensperger, a Republican, said. https://t.co/99ofJPQxdo
— The New York Times (@nytimes) November 20, 2020
Georgia Public Broadcasting released these details about the results of the recount:
Hours before the deadline to certify Georgia’s election results, a weary Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger delivered a short but emphatic speech that “numbers don’t lie” about President-elect Joe Biden’s victory.
The Republican has faced calls to resign, death threats and the attention of the nation over the last two-and-a-half weeks of post-election counting. While he is a supporter of President Donald Trump who wished the president would have won the electoral college and Georgia’s 16 votes, it is not his job to alter the outcome, he said.
“Working as an engineer throughout my life, I live by the motto that numbers don’t lie,” he said. “As secretary of state, I believe that the numbers that we have presented today are correct. The numbers reflect the verdict of the people, not a decision by the secretary of state’s office or of courts or of either campaign.”
As his staff put the finishing touches on certification documents he will sign later today, Raffensperger pledged to build voters’ trust in the voting system that many top Republicans attacked, without evidence, for not being fair or accurate.
The Guardian chipped in too:
The first Democrat to take the state since Bill Clinton in 1992, Biden wins its 16 electoral college votes as part of a victory by 306-232.
The Associated Press called the race on Thursday evening following the recount, which election officials said reaffirmed Biden’s victory more than two weeks after election day.
The recount resulted in officials in four counties discovering a total of about 5,800 votes. Trump has inched about 1,400 votes closer to Biden as a result, but remains the loser. The Georgia secretary of state, Brad Raffensperger, has said that the discount was due to human error, and there was no evidence of rigging or widespread fraud.
GA Sec. of State Brad Raffensperger confirms Biden has won Georgia: "I'm a passionate conservative, and as I've said before, I'm a proud Trump supporter … Like other Republicans, I'm disappointed our candidate didn't win Georgia's electoral votes."
"Numbers don't lie." pic.twitter.com/eoakDegn1L
— The Recount (@therecount) November 20, 2020
Raffensberger was quoted saying “numbers never lie” when announcing the winner of Georgia.
Well actually, numbers do lie if they’re manipulated by an outside source.