(Natural News) The Georgia runoff elections for U.S. Senate have been called for the two Democrat candidates. But was the election rigged just like the general election?
Earlier in the day, it was reported by Voting System Implementation Manager for the Georgia Secretary of State’s office Gabriel Sterling that a “programming error” had been detected “on security keys” in Columbia County. As a result, “backup emergency ballot use” had to be engaged to keep the process going.
After what happened back in November, this appears to be a potential round two in how to steal an election through diversion and manipulation. It was just all too convenient that another anomalous situation arose at just the right time, similar to the infamous “broken water pipe” fiasco that occurred in Fulton County, resulting in a change of protocol at the very last minute.
Columbia County was reported as having “some issues” that Sterling claims were quickly resolved. However, it is difficult to know what is really true considering that Sterling is an outspoken opponent of President Donald Trump who hopes for nothing more than to unseat him from the White House.
“Some issues in Columbia Co.,” Sterling tweeted just before 5:30am on Jan. 5. “There was a programming error on security keys for some locations scanners & pollworker cards. Voting continues on backup emergency ballots. Newly programmed keys & cards are being taken to locations via law enforcement.”
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Did McConnell cost Republicans a Senate majority by rejecting $2,000 checks for Americans?
While we have not yet had a chance to evaluate the runoff election results for ourselves, many predicted that both Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff would “win,” presumably due to fraud.
To be fair, it was also expected that many Republicans in Georgia would be a no-show after Sen. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s egregious broach of the public trust in denying struggling Americans much-needed stimulus aid in the form of President Donald Trump’s proposed $2,000, rather than the $600 that was ultimately approved.
McConnell’s refusal to support Americans was amplified by the revelation that tens of millions of taxpayer dollars had been voted on and apportioned for delivery to foreign countries like Pakistan, which supposedly needs this aid for “gender programs.”
That McConnell, Sen. Lindsey Graham, and other “RINO” Republicans would put other countries before our own people sent shockwaves throughout the conservative voting bloc, so much so that thousands of Georgia Republicans simply did not show up to vote on Jan. 5.
Meanwhile, Democrat turnout was higher than it was back in November, which in this case would suggest that the two Democrat contenders for the Senate in that state may have rightfully won due to these shifting dynamics.
Again, a proper investigation is warranted based of what happened back in November, especially since at least one Georgia county reportedly stopped counting ballots and went home, indicating that the process would be resumed on the morning of Jan. 6.
Sterling, meanwhile, has kept himself busy making the media rounds in protest of Trump’s efforts to remedy the known election fraud that took place back in November. Sterling told The Atlantic, for instance, that he has been “taking a victory lap” ever since Joe Biden was declared the presidential winner.
Time will tell whether those pesky Dominion Voting Systems machines were once again used to steal an election for Democrats, or whether Republicans are simply fed up with the status quo of the RINOs that plague their party.
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