Announcing A Series On Georgia Election Integrity
The potential election fraud in Georgia was massive during the U.S. general election on Nov 3rd. CDMedia has a team of reporters on the ground in the Peach State and we will be releasing a robust series of reports on what happened during the 2020 election and beyond. This article is specifically focused on election anomalies and not the actions prior to the poll by the GA Secretary of State who many believe illegally conspired with the Democrat Party to change election law without the knowledge of the state legislature, the only body entitled to do so by the GA Constitution. You can read more about that situation here.
Below we will walk through different election anomalies that occurred in the state on that date and the months afterward. We are going through this exercise in order to continue to educate the general public on what happened in Georgia, as the state appears to be ground zero in the conspiracy to deprive President Trump of a second term.
The battle for public opinion is key to reclaiming our Constitutional republic. We intend to fight the battle to reveal the truth, wherever it may land.
Fulton Nov 3rd Counterfeit Ballots
Arguably the most flagrant example of possible fake ballot manufacturing on behalf of Joe Biden may have occurred at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, GA [Fulton County]. The possible perpetrators were caught in flagrante delicto on surveillance video, wrote former Trump Trade Advisor Peter Navarro in The Immaculate Deception.
During the night of Nov 3rd, GOP monitors were told scanning was complete for the evening in the large arena where ballots were being counted for Fulton County. Once the room was cleared of Republican monitors, Democrat operatives pulled suitcases of ballots from under the tables and began running them through the machines multiple times. This all occurred in the dead of night when they thought no one was watching (the surveillance cameras were watching).
Shockingly, there was no investigation by the Secretary of State, Department of Justice or Georgia officials. In multiple polling places in Georgia, GOP poll watchers were forced to stand long distances from the actual ballot counting, preventing any Republican from effectively ensuring the ballots were real and should be counted.
Estimates are that tens of thousands of ballots were illegally processed during this ‘midnight’ operation.
The ‘spin’ of this criminal activity from the Left included claims the GOP monitors ‘left on their own’, which is absurd and unbelievable .
This escapade still deserves to be fully investigated by a Federal grand jury.
Dekalb County Jan 5 Vote Spike
During the night of Jan 5th, as soon as Dekalb County votes were slowly being ‘counted’, or ‘created’, a large spike for the Democrat candidates happened in a similar manner to what happened in the middle of the night on November 3rd in battleground states for Joe Biden. It seems Dekalb County may have injected counterfeit ballots that resulted in roughly an 80,000 to 12,000 initial advantage for the U.S. Senate Democrat candidates.
In addition, it appears they had ‘election leverage’ and slowed the vote count to see how many ballots needed to be added to ensure Democrat control of the U.S. Senate. “Due to technical issues, the remaining 19,000 ballots must be manually scanned in order to be tabulated and added to the total vote count,” Erica Hamilton, the county’s voter registration and elections director, said in a statement, reported The Washington Times.
“Georgia’s voting system provides built-in safeguards, in the form of paper ballots that allow us to quickly process ballots that are electronically cast.”
Ms. Hamilton said the manual scanning “will be completed as quickly as possible.”
At the least, this needs to be independently investigated. No one has done so.
Coffee County Nov 3rd Recount Failures
In Coffee County, GA, election officials could not recreate the Nov 3rd election night numbers during the mandatory recount in December of 2020, as the machines produced different numbers each time they attempted a recount.
Coffee County election officials refused to certify the electronic recount earlier this week, citing irreconcilable anomalies with the voting machine results in a letter to Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, reported WALB in Douglas, GA in early December of last year.
“Any system, financial, voting, or otherwise, that is not repeatable nor dependable should not be used. To demand certification of patently inaccurate results neither serves the objective of the electoral system nor satisfies the legal obligation to certify the electronic recount,” the letter says.
Along with the letter, Coffee County elections officials also sent Raffenserger’s office a document that “illuminates that the electronic recount lacks credibility.” Election officials also said that no election board has the ability to “reconcile the anomalies” that are shown in that document.
Ware County – Nov 3, 37 Vote Swap & False “Fact Checkers”
In Ware County, GA, election officials’ audit report of the Dominion System found votes were switched from Trump to Biden.
An elections expert alleged that the Dominion tabulating machine flipped votes from President Donald Trump to Democratic candidate Joe Biden in Ware County. It was estimated that the percentage of mis-applied votes, if distributed across the rest of the state, would be slightly greater than Biden’s lead over Trump, reported The Tennessee Star.
An email from Ware County Elections Supervisor Carlos Nelson, confirming that the audit discovered 37 votes that were incorrectly assigned to Biden instead of Trump.
“We did find that they had flipped votes – we didn’t have to obtain the machine to figure that out. The hand count showed that they had flipped votes somewhere in that county,” said the head of VoterGA.org in early December last year.
Favorito was prevented from testifying at the first hearing of the GA State Senate into the election irregularities in December.
“My testimony would’ve exposed the Secretary of State of Georgia, the Elections Director of Georgia, and the legal counsel of Georgia all for wrongdoing,” Favorito said. “And, being an independent, I expose corruption on both sides of the political spectrum.”
Floyd County – Nov 3 Tabulation Failure
In Floyd County, over 2,500 ballots were found uncounted after the Nov 3rd system failure that occurred somewhere in the adjudication process.
Guess what? Lo and behold, they found some more votes that, for some unknown reason, hadn’t been counted in one county. Guess who most of those votes were for? If you guessed President Donald Trump, you win the prize, reported Red State.
Turns out that Floyd County apparently failed to count 2,631 votes. The votes were cast during early voting.
According to Coosavalley News, of 2,631 votes that hadn’t been counted, it appeared that between 1,600 and 1,900 were cast for President Trump.
Fulton County – Jan 5 Tabulation Failures
Again, in Fulton County on Jan 5th, tabulation failures were found after the results were certified.
During the November 3rd election’s recount, Real America’s Voice reporter Heather Mullins captured video at the World Congress Center where single individuals were scanning and adjudicating ballots without Republican observers. Screens were all facing away from media pen. No observers were allowed within 6’ so they could determine whether or not counterfeit ballots were being scanned.
During the November 3rd election’s hand count audit at the World Congress Center there was no dual control by representatives of each opposing campaign or candidate. A single individual entered all hand count tallies into the controversial ARLO system without monitoring of the data entry.
Any sane, intellectually honest person would have to conclude from the above that a full investigation should be conducted on what happened in GA from Nov 3rd to today, where officials are still stonewalling independent analysis of ballots and machines.
Our series will answer the question why Georgia election officials did not investigate these obvious, concerning irregularities.
More on voter issues in GA can be found at VoterGA.org.