Its déjà vu all over again as Georgia finds even more uncounted ballots.
On today’s Jay Sekulow Live, we discussed Georgia finding thousands more uncounted ballots in another county. Guess who those ballots favored? That’s right, President Trump.
Fayette County, Georgia has found more than three thousand uncounted ballots. These are in addition to the 2,600 uncounted ballots in Floyd County. These are not recounted ballots. These were uncounted ballots found on thumb drives that were never included in the original count. So the voters that cast those ballots were going to be disenfranchised if the recanvassing in Georgia did not happen. There were another 284 found in Walton County.
This now makes it three counties in Georgia that have found thumb drives containing thousands of votes that had been cast but were not counted. It’s taken down Vice President Biden’s lead in Georgia by about 1,800 votes. That’s only three out of Georgia’s 159 counties and they are rushing to try to get this recount process done by tonight.
It begs the question, how many more thumb drives are out there because these are not just being discovered in big, urban cities? These uncounted ballots are being discovered in small towns.
My dad, Jay Sekulow, said the following about the discovery of these new votes:
I want to know what in the world is going on in the state of Georgia. These . . . , by the way, are not while we’ve recounted and made a calculation or tabulation error. These are, oh by the way, we have found 6,000 votes in just a couple of hours.
ACLJ Senior Counsel Andy Ekonomou expanded upon my dad’s points:
This is an outrage, and I’m embarrassed to be a Georgia citizen and to have this kind of a situation happen in our state. You find votes in Floyd County in Rome, Georgia. Then last night you found votes in Fayette County, which is just south of the Atlanta airport, a heavily Republican area, and then I hear they found votes in Walton County in Monroe, Georgia, which is east of downtown Atlanta, another heavily Republican area. How in the world can the Secretary of State certify that this election has any kind of integrity? I have no idea. We’ve got 159 counties in the state of Georgia. How in the world can you say that there are not votes somewhere creeping around in the Okefenokee Swamp, down in Folkston, Georgia, down in Waycross, and so forth? They want to certify by tonight that this was a valid election. I don’t see that that can be done with any degree of certainty or with any degree of honesty.
Clearly Georgia was unprepared to conduct this election. We’ll keep you updated with the latest developments.
The full broadcast is complete with much more discussion by our team about the thousands of uncounted ballots that have been found in Georgia.
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