Democrats are well on their way to planning their next coup.
This time, they’re aiming to steal the Senate.
Georgia officials are now asking a judge to lift the order that is currently blocking them from altering the information from voting machines in 3 Georgia counties.
They argue that they need the machines ready for the upcoming runoff elections for the two vacant Senate seats in Georgia.
It seems to me they’re thinking of killing two birds with one stone.
They can simultaneously delete any evidence of fraud from the presidential election, and then steal the Georgia Senate seats the same way.
This request comes after a judge ordered the Dominion machines not to be wiped until further investigation into claims of fraud.
Conveniently, Democrats are suddenly concerned about disrupting the election process.
One election supervisor for Gwinnett county says that if the machines aren’t wiped, it could have “grave and serious consequences.”
NTD has more on this story:
Georgia officials on Thursday asked a judge to lift an order that is blocking officials from altering information in voting machines in three counties, arguing the machines are needed to prepare for the upcoming Senate runoff elections.
Evidence demonstrates Cobb and Gwinnett counties “need to use” ballot marking devices from Dominion Voting Systems, Carey Miller, a state attorney, wrote in a court filing.
The filing included a declaration from Kristi Royston, the elections supervisor for Gwinnett County’s Board of Voter Registrations and Elections.
She said the restraining order preventing her county and others from wiping or resetting the voter machines “has grave and serious consequences.”
“It is preventing the Gwinnett County Board of Voter Registrations and Elections from beginning its required preparation for the [mail-in ballot] voting for the January 5 runoff elections for two United States Senate seats,” she added.
Testing for the ballot marking devices and other voting equipment was scheduled to start on Dec. 3. That testing is on hold because of the restraining order. If the order isn’t changed or struck down, it “will inevitably lead to widespread disruption” to mail-in and Election Day voting, according to Royston.
A judge on Nov. 29 ordered three counties in Georgia not to wipe or reset voting machines. Plaintiffs in the case, alleging fraud, are seeking to have outside experts examine the machines.
Democrats can pretend they care about the integrity of the elction process all they like.
The fact is, they threw all their integrity out the window when they ordered the votes continue to be counted after sending everyone else home.
Sean Hannity of Fox News has more on the controversial video:
Sean Hannity devoted part of his opening monologue Thursday to a discussion of new election fraud allegations stemming from videotapes in Georgia and Nevada.
In Georgia, the host said, surveillance video of a canvassing center showed poll watchers being ushered out of the room after being told the count would be paused for the night. Then, a woman in blonde braids stepped over to a table and pulled out a pair of suitcases from underneath.
"Witnesses testify ... backed up by the newly-released surveillance footage, [that] shortly after observers were asked to leave the room, several large, mysterious suitcases -- yeah, they believe filled with ballots, were rolled out from under a table," Hannity said of the Georgia case.
The fact of the matter is, there is way too much evidence of voter fraud to allow these machines to be wiped.
The judge was perfectly correct to put a freeze on those machines until this is sorted out.