I have been wondering to myself for quite some while……
How did Biden win a deeply red state like Georgia?
I have been thinking of this ever since the day it happened. Other states I might understand, but Georgia? Come on now.
The answer to this question of course is that he didn’t win…..he cheated.
Some very, very strange things went on in Georgia during the 2020 elections….remember the four suitcases stuffed with a reported 24K ballots that were counted after hours?
The ones election employees pulled out from under the tables and started counting unsupervised?
What about the mysterious ‘water pipe burst’ that shut down ballot counting in The State Farm Arena?
It’s stories like these which make all conscious people raise a brow and wonder what was going on in Georgia exactly?
Well, John Fredericks is now alleging that six Georgia election officials have now given affidavits claiming that 30K ballots were fake.
This seems to line up with the estimated 24K ballots which were hidden beneath that table in the now infamous ‘smoking gun’ video.
Could this be corroboration of evidence?
Are we witnessing the slow fall of the dominos one by one right now?
Perhaps my friends, perhaps.
Here are the details:
NTD News brought us more on The State Farm Arena footage at the time:
According to Pick, an unusual occurrence took place later in the evening at around 10 p.m. local time: A woman—described as a blonde woman with braids—told workers to stop counting and notified everyone to go home.
Describing the video footage, Pick said, “Everyone clears out, including the Republican observers and the press, but four people stay behind and continue counting and tabulating well into the night.” The four counted unobserved until about 1 a.m., according to the video.
Pick said that video footage shows Fulton County election workers waiting at their scanning areas until GOP poll observers and reporters left the room before they started “scanning ballots,” ostensibly without any observation.
Pick said that at 11 p.m., once everyone was gone, workers are seen pulling out the suitcase-looking containers and asked rhetorically whether it’s normal to “store suitcases of ballots under a table cloth.” After reviewing hours of the footage, she said that it doesn’t appear to be a normal procedure.
The Atlanta Journal Constitution reported on the 'burst pipe' at State Farm Arena:
Fulton Commission Chairman Robb Pitts told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Tuesday evening that the pipe burst at 6:07 a.m. and was repaired within two hours. The burst pipe wasn’t mentioned by county officials during a 10 a.m. press conference.
Elections officials were still expecting results from the majority of ballots cast to be counted Tuesday night — including the roughly 315,000 early in-person votes, which represent the most popular way of voting this cycle. As of 10:15 p.m., Fulton was displaying the results of more than 170,000 votes. There are 800,000 registered Fulton voters.
The results are preliminary, but Tuesday highlighted the massive push toward early and mail voting in part because of COVID-19 fears.
As of 5 p.m., Fulton had scanned 86,191 of the 130,517 absentee-by-mail ballots received, which doesn’t include the ballots received in today’s mail, said Ralph Jones, a top Fulton elections manager.
Jones hoped to enter Wednesday with roughly 20,000 absentee-by-mail ballots to scan.