Wednesday more than 3,000 uncounted ballots turned up in Georgia as the state is conducting a recount of ballots in the 2020 presidential election. This is in addition to the 2,600 uncounted ballots discovered earlier this week in Floyd County.
By Arthur Blok
Top Republicans on the House Judiciary and Oversight Committees on Wednesday demanded that Committee Chairs Jerrold Nadler and Carolyn Maloney launch congressional investigations into alleged "errors and misconduct" surrounding the 2020 presidential election, and called for them to hold hearings "immediately."
As the hand-tallying in Georgia continues, officials in Fayette County unearthed 2,755 ballots that had not been included in the original count. "There was an issue where we noticed there were more people on the absentee ballot filed for voting in person in Fayette County than was in the actual reporting," Georgia election official Gabriel Sterling said.
Sterling added the problem was the result of several individuals not following the proper procedures. An additional 284 ballots were found in Walton County. Allegedly the problem was due to votes being previously uploaded from only one of the two ballot scanners in a precinct.
Floyd County ballots
Earlier this week more than 2,600 ballots were found in Georgia’s Floyd County that have not been tallied. Georgia began recounting its nearly 5 million ballots by hand on Friday after Trump and the Republican Party requested a statewide audit.
The 2,600 previously uncounted ballots in the county marked the most significant issue so far uncovered in the recount process. Floyd County Republican Party chair Luke Martin called the mishap “concerning” earlier this week.
The Trump campaign on Wednesday filed for a partial recount in Wisconsin claiming illegally-altered absentee ballots and illegal advice given by government officials allowed Wisconsin’s voter ID laws to be circumvented.
Troubling developments in the U.S. presidential election circus. An election in which candidate Joe Biden has been announced the winner by the vast majority of the mainstream media a few days after the November 3 elections before all the votes were counted.
Biden had been leading by approximately 14,000 votes in the state of Georgia. The updated count in Fayette County trimmed the lead to under 13,000. By December 8 all state recounts and court contests over presidential election results must be completed.
Source: Fox News