In Georgia Senate Races, the Steal is On

The makeup of the US Senate is still undecided after close votes in Georgia. One Democrat candidate won his race against Republican Kelly Loeffler while the second race has not been called. In that race, the Democrat is ahead.But if you watched the votes coming in last evening, you saw the new and standard pattern that we saw in the presidential race where Trump was ahead by a big margin, but then Biden votes poured in for the win.

Both Georgia Republican candidates had significant leads by 11:30 last night, but both leads evaporated. This happened in 2018 in five US House races in California and in the US Senate race in Arizona. Democrats went on to win all six races.

Obviously Democrats have figured out how to rig these elections. We have seen massive evidence in the presidential election. For instance, in that race we saw vote totals for Trump suddenly drop live and on-screen. Here is an excerpt from The Gateway Pundit about one of the two Georgia races (with the video shown):

Multiple people captured videos of the moment that CNN and ABC News removed 5,000 votes from Republican David Perdue in the Georgia senate race.

Perdue’s vote tally went from 2,130,535 down to 2,125,535.

The vote count total change came on CNN after a black box appeared over tally.

Perdue’s Democrat opponent Jon Ossoff’s tally did not change.

The Gateway Pundit also reported:

As the Gateway Pundit reported earlier Tuesday evening, Democrat-leaning Georgia county called it quits for the night with thousands of vote yet to be counted as the two Republican U.S. Senate candidates held on to slim leads after being behind the Democrats most of the evening after polls closed.

“Looks like they are setting up a big ‘voter dump’ against the Republican candidates. Waiting to see how many votes they need?” President Donald Trump tweeted just before 10:30 p.m.

Yessiree, and here’s one more about the Senate races:

Scandal-plagued DeKalb County is rescanning advance ballots in Georgia’s senate race because of a “memory card issue.”

DeKalb County fired an election manager after a series of errors in the audit of ballots in November.

“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. 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,” the county said in a statement shared by Alec McQuade of 11 Alive News. “These outstanding paper ballots are currently being scanned and the tabulation will be completed as quickly as possible and in compliance with state guidelines.”

CNN reporter Nick Valencia tweeted that 19,000 ballots in DeKalb “‘must be manually scanned in order to be tabulated and added to the total vote count’ due to technical issues.”

A county statement in November when the election manager was fired said that, “it has come to our attention that a DeKalb VRE manager, who is now a former employee, failed to follow our established protocols and blatantly disregarded the required processes we utilize to account for and record all legal and verified ballots.”

DeKalb County election observers also caught an impossible batch of votes for Joe Biden.

Here are two tweets from David Shafer about that fiasco:

One of our monitors discovered a 9,626 vote error in the DeKalb County hand count. One batch was labeled 10,707 for Biden and 13 for Trump – an improbable margin even by DeKalb standards. The actual count for the batch was 1,081 for Biden and 13 for Trump.

Had this counting error not been discovered, Biden would have gained enough votes from this one batch alone to cancel out Trump’s gains from Fayette, Floyd and Walton (counties).

Friends, the steal is on again. As expected.

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