Affidavits sworn to go home order in GA vote counting controversy

NewsmaxUnder the penalty of perjury, Georgia poll observers said they were told to go home around 10 p.m. Election Day, which coincides with State Farm Arena video showing the vote counting continuing for hours.

GOP poll monitors Mitchell Harrison and Michelle Branton signed affidavits that a woman told everyone Nov. 3 to stop counting ballots and to return 8:30 a.m. ET on Nov. 4, per the report, according to The Epoch Times.

"This lady had appeared through the night, and Mitchell and I believed her to be the supervisor," Branton's affidavit read, per the Times.

Harrison said he sought answers about the shutdown from Fulton County Public Affairs Manager Regina Waller, but she refused to answer questions, his affidavit read.

The two Republican poll observers and the Fox News crews left, leaving just Waller and three others at the State Farm Arena's absentee ballot counting location.

The person who told everyone to go home is now refusing to answer questions? That's not suspicious at all.

This entry was published Sun Dec 06 19:25:21 CST 2020 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2020-12-06 19:25:21.0. [Tweet]

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