On Tuesday, radio show host John Fredricks said that multiple voters in Georgia called his show, telling him that they could not cast their votes in the Georgia runoff election.
Those who called claimed that the poll workers told them to put their ballots in a box as they’d be scanned later in the day. This is because malfunctions were reportedly happening in deep-red counties.
During an interview with Steve Bannon on War Room Pandemic, “Dominion machines in 3 of the largest Republican precincts are down. They are told they can’t scan their ballots because the machines don’t work. The poll workers are saying, ‘When it’s fixed, we’ll scan it for you.’ There are all kinds of red flags.”
More voters took to Twitter to say that they had similar experiences.
“Just voted in Newton County, Georgia,” said one Twitter user. “Heavy republican district. When I went to place my printed ballot into the dominion machine, the poll worked said the scanner was broken and someone was coming to fix it; I placed it in the machine slot but not in the scanner.”
More and more irregularities are taking place in Georgia. Last Wednesday, Georgia’s Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Elections and Senate Judiciary Committee members gathered to hold a hearing on Georgia’s election laws.
During the hearing, inventor Jovan Pulitzer stated that he could easily audit Georgia’s election results, which would identify fraudulent ballots.
Pulitzer explained how he has “no regard for the smoke and mirrors of how the machines work” and would instead focus on the paper ballots.
“I don’t care about the machine,” he explained. “I don’t even care about the code that was written in the machine. What I care about is that physical artifact [ballot] and that physical artifact has material differences district to district that should not be there.”
Pulitzer then claimed that he could analyze 500,000 ballots in just two hours.
After his testimony, the Georgia State Senate Judiciary Subcommittee unanimously passed a motion to audit Fulton County’s absentee ballots using Pulitzer’s process.