Georgia Election Board hearing confirms Fulton County double-scanned thousands of ballots in the 2020 election recount, lost hundreds of thousands of ballot images
· May 10, 2024 ·

The Georgia State Election Board is revealing more disturbing issues with how the Democrat enclave of Fulton County handled the 2020 election.

Here's a portion of the hearing:

Thousands of ballots double-scanned, hundreds of thousands of ballot images lost. Seems legit!

The election board then said: "[T]hen we need to look at the paper ballots since we don't have the scans."

The Secretary of State office refused.

But remember, if you so much as question the legitimacy of the election or even demand transparency, you're the bad guy.

The Election Board "chided" Fulton County for illegal practices but didn't see the need to refer the case to the Attorney General.

They admitted they knew of at least 3,000 ballots that were scanned twice during the recount, but they did not know if any of those ballots were counted twice.

The Georgia secretary of state's office could not confirm how many of the ballots that were scanned twice were also counted, according to the Atlanta-Journal Constitution (AJC). General counsel for the secretary of state's office Charlene McGowan said their investigation found 'there are some duplicative ballot images in the ballot images that Fulton County provided, but what cannot be confirmed conclusively is if those ballots were included in the count.'

'Fulton County used improper procedures during the recount of the presidential contest in 2020,' McGowan concluded.

But don't worry, we've been assured that, although there were "mistakes made" that those mistakes wouldn't change the outcome of the election in Georgia anyway.

The Georgia Recorder claimed that 'election officials determined mistakes in 2020 by county election workers would not have changed the outcome.' President Joe Biden won the Peach State by 11,779 votes ...

Board member Ed Lindsey acknowledged the 'clear evidence that in 2020 there were numerous violations of regulations and statutes,' but nonetheless proposed a motion to give Fulton County a mere slap on the wrist. His motion, which the SEB adopted, 'allows the county to avoid paying a fine or having the attorney general investigate the double-counting of 3,075 ballots and other allegations of irregularities during the 2020 presidential recount,' according to the Georgia Recorder.

Since 2020, Georgia has stepped up their election integrity game.

You better believe that Brian Kemp and Georgia Republicans don't want ANY of this nonsense happening in 2024.

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