Georgia Election Commission Executive Director Fired For Not Counting 2,600 Votes
An ongoing check-in in Georgia led to the discovery of 2600 unaccounted ballots. In this regard, The Georgia Secretary of State demanded the Floyd County Board of Elections, Robert Brady to step down.
According to the verifying commission, this was not a glitch in the program, but deliberate sabotage against the vote.
"Not an equipment issue, this was a person not doing their job properly," said Gabriel Sterling, the director of elections operation for the state during an online press conference.
Sterling also said that the finding would not change the final status of winner and loser in Georgia, but would add 800 votes to Trump.
In addition to almost three thousand “lost” ballots, observers have revealed the complete incompetence of counters.
According to the monitor, the counted called votes that should have gone to President Donald Trump and claimed they were for former Vice President Joe Biden, reports TownHall.
"So, second person was supposed to be checking it, right. So, three times in three minutes she called out Biden. The second auditor caught it and she said, 'No. This is Trump.' Now, that's just while I'm standing there," Hale Soucie, the monitor explained. "So, does the second checker catch it every time? But this lady, three times in three minutes, from 2:09 to 2:12, she got three wrong."
The incident occurred in Cobb County.
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