Amidst the Georgia recount, a server provided by Dominion Voting Systems crashed, delaying and potentially tampering with recount results. Fulton County, which is Georgia’s most populous county, revealed that its newly-purchased mobile server provided by Dominion Voting Systems crashed on November 29th. “Technicians from Dominion have been dispatched to resolve the issue. The Georgia Secretary of State’s office has also been alerted to the issue and is aware of efforts to resolve the problem,” Fulton County officials noted in a statement. It remains unclear how the technical snag, one of many problems linked to Dominion Voting Systems, will affect the
A RECOUNT OF GEORGIA’S ELECTION RESULTS REVEALED 2,755 VOTES IN FAYETTE COUNTY WHICH DECREASED JOE BIDEN’S STATEWIDE LEAD BY 449 VOTES. According to the Secretary of State’s Office, the votes were discovered on a memory card that had not been uploaded properly. The findings are set to be certified tomorow. 1,577 votes went to President Trump while just 1,128 went to Biden, translating to a net gain of nearly 450 votes for President Trump. READ MORE HERE.
Officials in Georgia have not been able to produce any invoices or work orders related to a “burst pipe” at Atlanta’s State Farm Arena that was blamed for an abrupt pause in vote counting on election night. The only evidence for the burst pipe, released under freedom-of-information laws, was a text message exchange in which one senior employee at the stadium described it as “highly exaggerated … a slow leak that caused about an hour and a half delay” and that “we contained it quickly – it did not spread”. “Beyond the lack of documentary evidence of the inspection or