Right when you thought Georgia couldn’t possibly come up with any more evidence that their 2020 Election was a complete and total sham… Fulton County says “hold my beer”. Just The News’ , and
“Adjudication” Of Spoiled Ballots And Conflicting Georgia Laws
Dominion Voting machines in Fulton County, GA rejected thousands of ballots on election night because of “overvote” where a greater number of selections for an office are made than are valid, for example: marking both Trump and Biden. Hours later these ballots are reviewed by a panel of supposedly five people: two Republicans, two Democrats, and an Independent and are manually “adjudicated” or corrected by people empowered to interpret the voter’s “intent”.
Just The News wrote,
“But in 2020, adjudication played a much larger role in states like Georgia, which allowed hundreds of thousands of additional citizens to vote absentee for the first time during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In all, more than 5,000 of the 148,000 absentee ballots cast — or about 3% — in Georgia’s largest county required some form of human intervention, according to logs obtained from Fulton County by Just the News under an open records act request.”
By themselves, the Fulton County adjudications aren’t enough to throw the election but this is just one of Georgia’s 159 counties. When you consider that Joe Biden “won” by 11,779 votes you’re already halfway there. With the adjudicated ballots of the other 158 counties, it could absolutely have thrown the election to Biden. The laws in Georgia are contradictory at best, with one set of laws requiring that the spoiled ballots due to overvote “shall not be reinstated,” and others calling for their correction. Even the instructions on the Georgia Secretary of States’ website and the ballots themselves tell voters to discard a spoiled ballot.
“If you inadvertently make an error, spoil, or otherwise deface the ballot, IMMEDIATELY contact your local county board of registrars or the municipal absentee ballot clerk, whichever is applicable, to receive a replacement ballot,” the instructions state.
Change of Address And Voting In The Wrong County
The election outcome could also be reversed quite easily when as The Federalist reports, “After excluding moves with effective dates within 30 days of the general election, and by using data available from the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office, Davis identified nearly 35,000 Georgia voters who indicated they had moved from one Georgia county to another, but then voted in the 2020 general election in the county from which they had moved,”
Under Georgia law, a voter must submit their ballot to the same county where they reside. However, as The Conservative Brief reports, “under Georgia law temporary relocations do not alter a citizen’s residency status or render their votes as inadmissible,” the trouble, and loophole that Democrats very publicly sought to exploit is that the law doesn’t adequately describe a “temporary” move.
“Approximately one-third of the votes at issue could have altered the outcome of the election,” The Federalist writes. “Yet the media, the courts, and the Secretary of State’s Office ignored or downplayed the issue.”