Second Georgia county Fayette finds 2755 ballots not counted, Memory card not uploaded?, Defense of Dominion Voting Systems continues from Sterling et al
“we did have a problem with one of the vote scanners.”…Tom Rees, chairman of Floyd County’s Board of Elections
“We discovered that these systems are subject to different types of unauthorized manipulation and potential fraud,” “There is a reason that Texas rejected it,”...Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton
“It’s Massive, Criminal Voter Fraud! – It’s Going to Blow the Mind of Everyone In This Country!”...Attorney Sidney Powell on Dominion Voting Systems
I am not accusing anybody of anything but it is almost like Gabriel Sterling and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger received bribes or other incentives to purchase Dominion Voting Systems equipment in 2019 for over $ 100,000?
Their defense of the troubled election system is reminiscent of a Shakespeare quote.
From NewsMax November 17, 2020.
“Second Georgia County Finds Previously Uncounted Votes
A second Georgia county has uncovered a trove of votes not previously included in election results, but the additional votes won’t change the overall outcome of the presidential race, the secretary of state’s office said Tuesday.
A memory card that hadn’t been uploaded in Fayette County, just south of Atlanta, was discovered during a hand tally of the votes in the presidential race that stems from part of a legally mandated audit to ensure the new election machines counted the votes accurately, said Gabriel Sterling, a top official in the secretary of state’s office.
The memory card’s 2,755 votes are not enough to flip the lead in the state from Democrat Joe Biden to Republican President Donald Trump. The breakdown of the uncounted ballots was 1,577 for Trump, 1,128 for Biden, 43 for Libertarian Jo Jorgensen and seven write-ins, Sterling said.
Election officials on Monday said Floyd County, in north Georgia, had found more than 2,500 ballots that hadn’t been previously scanned.
Both counties will have to recertify their results, and the margin between Trump and Biden will be about 13,000 votes when those previously uncounted votes are accounted for, Sterling said.
County elections workers have been working on the hand tally since Friday. State law leaves it up to the secretary of state to choose which race to audit. Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger selected the presidential race and said the tight margin meant the audit would require a full hand recount.
The counties have until 11:59 p.m. Wednesday to complete the hand count. The secretary of state’s office originally said the results of the hand tally would be certified. But Sterling said Tuesday that the state would instead certify the results certified by the counties.”
Gabriel Sterling blamed poll workers in Floyd County for the uncounted ballots there.
“In a virtual press conference Sterling said the Floyd County ballots were not scanned properly. “It’ll change the margin by around 800 votes,” said Sterling. He called the issue a “human error.” ”
However, Tom Rees, chairman of Floyd County’s Board of Elections stated:
“we did have a problem with one of the vote scanners.”