REMINDER: GOP Poll Observers in Fulton County’s State Farm Arena Swore They Were Told to Go Home on 2020 Election Night | Joe Hoft

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REMINDER: GOP Poll Observers in Fulton County’s State Farm Arena Swore They Were Told to Go Home on 2020 Election Night

This is a reminder that poll watchers were told to go home on Election night 2020 in Fulton County, Georgia.  They have signed affidavits stating this fact.  After they left “order started to break down” and ballots were run through tabulators multiple times.

The reason this is important is because in American an individual can only vote once – one person one vote.  When ballots are run through tabulators more than once they cheat all the others who voted legally.

In addition, it is the law in Georgia and most all states that poll watchers are to be given access to and be present when counting takes place.  In Fulton County the poll watchers were told to leave and then counting continued without them present.

On December 5, 2020, it was reported by Newsmax that poll observers were told to go home on election night around 10pm and come back the next day when counting would again begin.

Under the penalty of perjury, Georgia poll observers said they were told to go home around 10 p.m. Election Day, which coincides with State Farm Arena video showing the vote counting continuing for hours.

GOP poll monitors Mitchell Harrison and Michelle Branton signed affidavits that a woman told everyone Nov. 3 to stop counting ballots and to return 8:30 a.m. ET on Nov. 4, per the report, according to The Epoch Times.

“This lady had appeared through the night, and Mitchell and I believed her to be the supervisor,” Branton’s affidavit read, per the Times.

Under the penalty of perjury, Georgia poll observers said they were told to go home around 10 p.m. Election Day, which coincides with State Farm Arena video showing the vote counting continuing for hours.

GOP poll monitors Mitchell Harrison and Michelle Branton signed affidavits that a woman told everyone Nov. 3 to stop counting ballots and to return 8:30 a.m. ET on Nov. 4, per the report, according to The Epoch Times.

“This lady had appeared through the night, and Mitchell and I believed her to be the supervisor,” Branton’s affidavit read, per the Times.

Raffensperger and his CFO – COO

Fulton County, Georgia was a mess during the primaries and worse during the 2020 general election. 

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