A disaster scenario in Georgia as the Democrats have taken the lead in the game-changing state which holds 16 electoral votes – but what’s really going on?
President Trump looked to be coasting to victory in the state election night until the Democrats – surprise, surprise – started discovering more ballots which were conveniently, all in their favor.
According to Fox News, the latest figures in Georgia, as of 4:45 a.m. ET, showed Biden leading with 2,449,371 votes, or 49.39% of the ballots cast, and Trump with 2,448,454 votes, or 49.37% of ballots cast. 99% of all Georgia votes have now been counted.
The situation in Georgia has been a rather strange one all week which reeks of fraud.
On election day, deep blue Georgia county Fulton suddenly halted their vote count, claiming that a “pipe burst” in their facility.
“A broken water pipe at the ballot processing site at State Farm arena caused a delay in Fulton County’s ability to process thousands of absentee-by-mail votes Tuesday night,” reported The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
At that time, Politico reported that Fulton County “may not be able to fully report results until Friday, elections board member Mark Wingate told the newspaper.”
Fulton Commission Chairman Robb Pitts told AJC that the pipe burst at 6:07 a.m., but was repaired within two hours. According to AJC, the county says no ballots were damaged by the incident.
The county “planned to stop scanning absentee ballots at 10:30 p.m. and pick it up back in the morning,” noted AJC. “No official could explain before press time why Fulton was stopping its count of absentee ballots at that time, only saying that was the procedure.”
“BREAKING- Fulton County Georgia expecting to begin counting absentee ballots at 8:30aET after stopping for the night at 10:30pET,” reported CNN correspondent Nick Valencia. “An estimated 48,000 are still outstanding. Another 79,000 still not counted in DeKalb. They start counting at 11am #ElectionNight2020 #georgia.”
At the time, President Trump held a rather substantial lead over his Democrat opponent in Georgia, and every time that it seemed he was going to close out the state – more Biden ballots appeared out of thin air – until it was just enough to deliver him the lead.
If the flipped lead in the state holds the mainstream media may soon call the state for Biden, giving him – in their eyes – the 270 electoral votes to secure the presidency. However, the media’s calls do not count as official rulings and there is still a chance the President Trump retakes the lead in the longtime Republican stronghold.
Either way, the results will surely be contested by President Trump’s legal team who will look to question the random and continuous influx of Biden votes.
Meanwhile, other battleground fights rage on in Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Nevada and Arizona. If President Trump manages to put those in his column, he is very much still alive.