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‘Smoking Gun’ Video Produced During State Senate Election Fraud Hearing in Georgia Has People Talking

We’ve been hearing a lot of testimony about voter fraud and irregularities.

But today at the Georgia state senate hearing, people got a glimpse of voter fraud allegedly being carried out on the screen in front of them.

The video was of election workers at the State Farm Arena in Fulton County. According to the affidavits of Republican poll watchers, they and the press were asked to leave at around 10 p.m., told that the vote counting was going to stop until the morning. But when the press and the Republican observers left, four election workers stayed behind, continuing to count without any observers, in violation of the law, said the Trump campaign team, and pulling out suitcases (boxes) described as ballots that were hidden under a desk away from all the other ballots. Then they allegedly scan and count ballots, unobserved, for hours, according to the campaign team. They had three machines there that could scan up to thousands of ballots an hour each.

Check out this video of the smoking gun. The lawyer describing what occurs is Jackie Pick.

https://twitter.com/kylenabecker/status/1334585981299806208?s=20

The video certainly does appear problematic, appearing to show ballots coming from nowhere and counted in violation of the law, without the proper observers present.

From Epoch Times:

“Wow! Blockbuster testimony taking place right now in Georgia,” Trump wrote. “Ballot stuffing by Dems when Republicans were forced to leave the large counting room. Plenty more coming, but this alone leads to an easy win of the State!

In the hearing, it was noted that officials cleared out State Farm Arena on election night, allegedly due to a pipe break. Pick and other members of Trump’s team said it’s not clear whether this was the reason why poll workers and members of the press were kicked out.

Now did the election director have any justification for this? He wasn’t able to make it.

Shocking, right? He appears to have claimed at some point that the observers were not told to leave. But the video and their affidavits surely suggest they were.

Georgia Republican Party Chair David Shafer said Fulton County officials “falsely announced that the counting of ballots would stop at 10:30 p.m.”

“This video proves our allegation—that they continued counting ballots in secret until 1:00 am,” Shafer wrote in a tweet on Dec. 3.

Here’s the opinion of Rep. Jody Hice (R-GA).

That’s what it gets down to. What is the justification for this? What’s the explanation from Georgia?

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