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Atlanta Election Workers Used Alleged Water Pipe Burst in Georgia As Main Reason To Halt Count of Votes And To Mess With Voting Machines
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Atlanta Election Workers Used Alleged Water Pipe Burst in Georgia As Main Reason To Halt Count of Votes And To Mess With Voting Machines

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A broken water pipe in Atlanta, Fulton County, reportedly halted the count of votes on the election night but it turned out that it wasn’t the basic reason, actually it wasn’t a reason at all, and the incident could not affect the delay in ability to process thousands of absentee-by-mail votes as it was presented.

Almost immediately it was reported that no ballots suffered from the alleged broken water pipe at State Farm arena, and the damage pipe was repaired at 6:07 a.m., according to Fulton Commission Chairman Robb Pitts.

However, one Georgia residents decided to dig into the situation and found out that the whole thing was “highly exaggerated.” Paul J. Dzikowski sent a letter of request to the Georgia Open Record Act in order to obtain more information.   

“Please accept this correspondence (and the attached letter) as a request for production and inspection of records under the Georgia Open Records Act, O.C.G.A. § 50-18-70, et seq. (the “Act”).” Dzikowski wrote. “Please produce, for inspection and copying, the following records:

“• ALL “Public records” related to the burst pipe at State Farm Arena that occurred on or about November 3, 2020, which impacted the counting of ballots by Fulton County authorities, including and not limited to internal and external communications with any person(s), communications with Fulton Co. Board of Registrations and Elections, memoranda, notes, work orders, requisitions, invoices, repair records, and all other public records.”

Repair orders or work orders or invoices from a plumber who worked with the broken pipe were not released. The only respond Dzikowski received during his personal investigation was a few messages from Sr. Vice President of the Atlanta Hawks, Geoffrey Stiles. In one of the text messages Stiles called the alleged “pipe burst “a slow leak” and dubbed the entire thing “рighly exaggerated.”

Atlanta Election Workers Falsely Used Alleged Water Pipe Burst in Georgia As Main Reason To Halt Count of Votes And To Mess With Voting Machines

The pipe was actually repaired within two hours but was used as a basic cause for the haut with an apparent intention to mess up with the votes.

Author: Usa Really