The Stench of Excuses…The Mysterious Situation, Election Numbers NOT Adding Up


Georgia election officials have a whole bunch of excuses but they have a suspicious stench of corruption. Between the mysterious situation involving a suitcase full of secret ballots and a water pipe which delayed the first count total. Even after a recount, the numbers aren’t adding up.

Election excuses add mystery to the madness

Something bizarre happened in a Georgia ballot counting room and it was revealed publicly on Thursday. Jody Hice followed up what he saw, tapping out on Twitter, “this looks like election fraud on a mass scale. Fulton officials throw everyone out of the room and start counting ballots in secret.”

Americans grow steadily more disturbed over the blatant fraud, with each new allegation more infuriating than the last, yet Georgia’s allegedly Republican Secretary of State, Brad Raffensperger sees nothing at all to be concerned about.

For two hours in total secrecy, each election machine pumped out 3,000 ballots per hour. “Multiple machines.” Hice underscores, “The margin in Georgia is 12,000. You do the math.”

Russ Ramsland, a Cyber-security expert, testified Wednesday that the only way Joe Biden could have “outperformed Republican President Donald J. Trump by about 5% across the country” was because Dominion Voting Systems were used.

In Georgia alone, the equipment gave Biden a “boost” that “adds up to around 123,000 votes.” That’s ten times the margin Trump needs to declare victory.

A broken water pipe

Video evidence shows that Election Supervisors told observers that poll workers stopped counting and were going home. The room was cleared at 10:30 p.m. and everyone left. Except “4 people stayed behind to continue counting ballots in private.” From a suitcase hidden under a tablecloth, under a table.

The next day, Georgia still wouldn’t call the results. They blamed the delay on “a broken water pipe.” The official story was that it “caused a delay in Fulton County’s ability to process thousands of absentee-by-mail votes Tuesday night.”

Anxious observers demanded details. What pipe broke where and what was damaged? Officials quickly explained that the “broken pipe” didn’t lead to “any ballots being damaged.” It just kept the election results from being announced.

Even so, it caused “delayed tallies for the presidential contest and for key congressional races with consequences that could ripple across the nation.” After a lot more digging was done into the issue, Fulton Commission Chairman Robb Pitts made a statement.

The pipe burst at 6:07 a.m. on election day and “was repaired within two hours” while people were still voting. “The burst pipe wasn’t mentioned by county officials during a 10 a.m. press conference.” There are rumors floating around that the broken pipe was really a plugged toilet. In any case, something about the whole episode smells nasty.

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