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New ballot data in Fulton County GA


UncoverDCAll eyes are on Georgia today as voters head to the polls to vote in primaries across the state to select who will appear on the general election ballot in November. While today’s election focuses on the state’s future, Georgia remains embroiled in controversy and discrepancies surrounding the 2020 general election, which saw a scant 11,779 votes out of nearly 5 million separating Joe Biden and Donald Trump in the final tally for the 2020 presidential election. With an irregular recount and a “nothing to see here” audit affirming Joe Biden as the winner in 2020’s critical race, Fulton County remains a focal point in the crucial swing state’s ongoing election debacle. One area in need of attention is the county’s machine count.

Indeed, significant deficiencies persist in the recount of machine votes in Fulton County. With a detailed report in Gov. Brian Kemp’s possession for the past two weeks, the governor’s office has been verifying the data outlining the shocking findings presented by Kevin Moncla and Mr. Joseph Rossi. As his office continues to review the information, below is a summary of the Moncla and Rossi’s report sitting on Gov. Brian Kemp’s desk.

There are enough phantom ballots -- no ballot images and no tabulator logs, but nonetheless counted in both the official 2020 results and the machine recount -- at issue in this one report for one county to change the election results. And that, I believe, is exactly what happened.

This entry was published Tue Jun 21 23:43:15 CDT 2022 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2022-06-21 23:43:15.0. [Tweet]

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