Just before 5:30am, Sterling notified the world that "[s]ome issues" were detected in Columbia County with "locations scanners" and "pollworker cards." As a result, voting was forced to continue on backup emergency ballots, with "[n]ewly programmed keys [and] cards ... being taken to locations via law enforcement."
Sterling, as you may recall, has been aggressively lashing out against President Donald Trump in recent days for suggesting that the Nov. 3 election in Georgia was in any way mishandled. Prior to this latest incident, Sterling claimed that Georgia's elections are perfect with no mistakes, despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary.
A typical government official who is vehemently anti-Trump and not shy about admitting it, Sterling recently told The Atlantic that he is unable to separate his NeverTrump beliefs from his job. Following the Nov. 3 sham election, Sterling admitted to "taking a victory lap" because he was very happy that Trump "lost."
Several hours following the incident, Sterling announced in a follow-up tweet that the issue was "resolved hours ago," adding that his office "informed the public about it in real time."
"The votes of everyone will be protected and counted," Sterling further wrote, taking a jab directly at Trump who tweeted about Dominion machines "not working in certain Republican Strongholds for over an hour."
"Sorry you received old intel Mr. President," Sterling sarcastically and disrespectfully added.
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Over in Cobb County (Northwest Atlanta), reports have emerged to suggest that Democrats are invading polling stations and interfering with the voting process.
So-called "authorized bloggers" from the Democrat Party have reportedly been given permission to infiltrate the polling stations to intimidate voters, invade their privacy and otherwise threaten them into voting for the Democrat candidates.
"Poll watcher from NY already here," wrote one insider about what is supposedly taking place on the ground in Cobb County. "Asking questions while we are getting ready for 7am. She was here on Nov. 2; more expected. Probably paid by DNC."
This same source wrote that said "poll watcher" had been sent to Cobb County by an organization called the Georgia Democrats Voter Protection Hotline. Back in November, this same organization placed personnel within 100 feet of the entrance to a polling station.
"Poll watchers are wandering around the voting area at each polling center," the source further added. "In November they weren't allowed to do this. It is perceived by voting officials as a problem but it is not being stopped."
These so-called poll watchers are apparently talking to voters before they vote, which is illegal. Some of them are also filming voters despite not having credentials, claiming that they were given "special permission ... by a Cobb County poll manager named Geniene."
"The man in the black suit in the background appears to be giving a running account of voting to somebody," the source further wrote. "If I had to guess it would be to Dem [headquarters]."
One commenter on the CD Media story who claims to be from Illinois says that as bad as things are in that state election-wise, "no cameras are allowed in any polling space."
"What the hell is this stuff?" the same commenter added. "Throw them jack asses out."
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