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More than 2,600 unlisted ballots have been found in Georgia County: report
More than 2,600 uncollected ballots in Floyd County, Georgia, were discovered recently during the state’s census for the 2020 presidential election, according to reports.
Georgia’s Secretary of State Brad Rafensperger has blamed the problem on Floyd County election officials failing to upload votes from a memory card to a ballot scanner.
Georgia began counting its nearly 5 million ballots by hand on Friday after President Donald Trump and the Republican Party called for a nationwide audit.
2,600 previously unlisted ballots in the county marked the most important issue uncovered so far in the census process. Floyd County Republican Chairman Luke Martin called the accident “connected,” but insisted it “did not appear to be a widespread problem.”
“I’m glad the audit revealed it, and it’s important that all votes are counted,” Martin told the Atlanta-Journal Constitution.
So far, other counties have not found countless ballots, with the census figures exactly the same as their original numbers, Rafensperger said.
Although President Trump has condemned the alleged voter fraud, the ballots counted are unlikely to help fill the 14,000-vote gap with President-elect Joe Biden. CLICK HERE FOR MORE OF OUR TOP HISTORY.
In other developments:
– Trump is taking advantage of the local race in Nevada to raise suspicions of a wider problem.
– Hannity hits the GOP government of Georgia, Secretary of State for counting the “decree”: They “seem completely meaningless”.
– Turley: The Trump election challenges “long accusations and rather short evidence.”
– Kelly Paul says that the violence in Trump’s supporters in DC “brings back terrible memories”, calls for “media bias”.
– CNN’s Brian Steller misses the dismissal of Jeffrey Tubin of the New Yorker, Jon Meacham snafu of MSNBC on the media show.
– The editorial board of the Washington Post calls for the “abolition of the Electoral College.”
Bill Hammer called the media a “love fest” after another Biden press conference
Fox News presenter Bill Hammer called reporters to question President-elect Joe Biden.
On Monday, Biden remarked on how his administration would handle the economy, but then took a handful of questions from pre-selected reporters, mostly focused on President Trump, and refused to recognize the election.
The host of “Bill Homer Reports” offered his reaction as soon as Biden left the podium.
“You’ve been watching what a love festival here is between the media,” Homer told viewers.
During a panel discussion with Washington Post columnist Mark Thyssen and Democratic strategist Mo Elleithee, Homer suggested an excerpt from the question asked by reporters.
“According to my census, Mark, here are the questions: If the president doesn’t give up, what will you do?” said Homer. “One reporter called it an ‘unprecedented blockade of transition plans.’ … One more question: Will you get vaccinated? What do you think of the president’s tweet on Saturday? Another question is whether or not families should get together for Turkey Day. “
Reporters have long been criticized for questioning the then-Democratic candidate on the trail of the election campaign, particularly when Biden was asked what taste of ice cream he got when he stopped the campaign, instead of being pressured over controversy over his son Hunter Biden. CLICK HERE FOR MORE.
In other developments:
Biden’s campaign manager headed to the White House as deputy chief of staff.
– Jake Tapper deleted a tweet, bragging about how CNN journalists “survived” the 2020 election.
– Biden says public health experts recommend a maximum of 10 people to Thanksgiving events.
– Laura Ingraham shares the “hard truth” with Biden: Insulting Trump supporters “will only incite more violence.”
– Biden condemns “all acts of violence” following attacks on Trump supporters during the MAGA rally; Pelosi is silent.
– Trump invades DeWine after the GOP governor’s comments about Biden’s transition.
– Senator Susan Collins says voters rejected Bernie Sanders’ “far left agenda” and called for a moderate compromise.
California authorities are urging people to stay at home – meanwhile they are avoiding a lavish escape to Hawaii
California lawmakers are reportedly withdrawing from a week-long political conference in Hawaii as Golden State urges its citizens to refrain from traveling and gathering indoors.
According to the San Francisco Chronicle, the Independent Electoral Project (IVP), which hosts the conference, declined to name fewer than 20 lawmakers who came together from California, Texas and Washington.
The conference is being held at Fairmont Kea Lani in Maui, where rooms are reported to have more than $ 600 a night, with political discussions and “snooping” with corporate sponsors, the chronicle reported Monday. Its website says the event lasts four days and aims to “provide an environment, away from the Capitol, for select officials and a diverse group of industry experts to address political issues in a non-partisan manner.”
The news of the event came just days after the California Department of Public Health issued a travel advice urging residents to stay home and not leave their “region.”
“Californians are encouraged to stay at home or in their region and avoid insignificant travel to other states or countries,” the consultation read Friday. “Avoiding travel can reduce the risk of transmitting the virus and returning the virus to California.” He also recommended that people return to California for quarantine for 14 days after arrival.
The Hawaii conference was only the last to raise questions about how politicians spend their time directing citizens to isolation. For example, Governor Gavin Newsum came under fire after attending a dinner with his wife on November 6. The meeting included at least a dozen people and took place in a luxury restaurant in the Napa Valley. CLICK HERE FOR MORE.
In other developments:
– Tucker Carlson: Elites want to block COVID-19 to lead to a “Big Reset” and that should terrify you.
– Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds has ordered a limited term of mask, new business restrictions on COVID-19.
– Governor Newsom imposes new restrictions on the coronavirus after apologizing for violating his own rules to attend the party.
– Trump’s adviser Dr. Scott Atlas clarified the tweet “ascending” after a reaction from Biden, the governor of Michigan.
– New York Governor Cuomo has been ripped off for telling others to admit mistakes in the face of deaths at the COVID-19 nursing home.
“New York County says it won’t impose a Cuomo restriction on Thanksgiving.”
– The star of “The Good Doctor” Richard Schiff, 65, hospitalized with coronavirus.
– The scientific director of Operation Warp Speed welcomes the “exciting” news about the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.
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TODAY MUST READ:
– President Trump has sought revenge against Iran’s nuclear program, officials confirmed.
– How Obama-era budget controls have hurt US military readiness against growing threats from China, Russia and Iran.
– The author accuses Target of refusing to “wake up activists” by briefly removing the book, which is considered “transphobic” on Twitter.
“The coronavirus mask protocol triggers a test exchange between Senator Sullivan and Senator Brown.”
“Ryan Reynolds remembers the last time he spoke to Alex Trebeck, ‘Absolute Snatch.’
– Hurricane Iota, a Category 4 storm, makes land on the coast of Nicaragua.
– A group aligned with the antifa welcomes the alleged arson at the police officer’s home, Twitter allows a tweet.
– 50 Cent refers to the failure of Trump’s support, called by Chelsea Handler: “Whatever he says is good.”
“Antonio Brown claims to have destroyed a security camera in a wild tantrum.”
THE LAST OF THE FOX BUSINESS:
– California is considering a curfew amid the COVID-19 wave, Governor Newsom said.
– Warren Buffett’s Berkshire invests in four major pharmaceutical companies.
– Elon Musk’s Tesla joining the S&P 500.
– Congress faces a strict deadline to alleviate coronavirus and cost transactions.
– Universal, Cinemark reach a deal to allow films to be presented earlier on request.
– The mayor of San Fran asks people if it’s worth celebrating Thanksgiving.
– Obama wants to be tougher on China, called Big Tech’s defense “failing”
SOME SEPARATE WORDS
Fox News presenter Sean Hannity criticized government officials in the Republic of Georgia on Monday as the state of Peach continued to manually count presidential ballots.
“I don’t think it’s a brain operation to understand that there should be only one standard for every person who votes in Georgia,” Haniti said. “They have to check the signatures against the same database that voters on election day had to meet with those who asked for postal ballots,” he said. – It’s so simple.
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