Technical Issues Reported in Georgia Election, Causing Delays

Technical Issues Reported in Georgia Election, Causing Delays

(HorizonPost.com) – Baseball great Yogi Berra may have said it best when he quipped, “it’s like déjà vu all over again.” The runoffs in Georgia to determine who will represent the state in the US Senate have run into “technical issues” once again. This time, it involved early ballots in DeKalb County, forcing the manual rescan of approximately 19,000 of them.

This is the same county where an election manager was fired because they “blatantly disregarded the required processes we utilize to account for and record all legal and verified ballots” after the November 3, 2020, presidential election. The two Democrats currently have very slim leads in total. It was obviously pure coincidence that, when the glitches became apparent, the Republican candidates were leading in the County, and once it was cleared up, the situation had flipped.

Meanwhile, in Washington, DC, the joint houses of Congress were in the process of debating the merits of Republican objections to the Electoral College votes of several states. We might have avoided much of this drama if the Progressives would have investigated legitimate claims of irregularities from around the country instead of simply trying to sweep them under the rug.

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