Things are heating up in Georgia, where the possibility of a full forensic audit of Fulton County could be decided next Monday.
They did an audit of parts of Fulton County and they did indeed find abnormalities in the votes, but after Raffensperger requested that they only be given images of the votes, they cannot confirm or deny those abnormalities without seeing the actual ballots.
If the judge denies them access to the original votes, the audit is dead. But if he gives them access, a new audit will take place, using the original ballots.
This could be do or die for the vote in Georgia.
The more states that find voter fraud, the more states that will forensic audits. The Maricopa audit is allegedly being released this week. At least the preliminary report. And by all accounts, it will be nothing short of a nuclear blast.
People are already talking about decertifying the election.
OANN’s Christina Bobb gave the following update on Georgia, from Arizona as we prepare for the Arizona audit report:
Summers: Thanks for joining us. While Arizona finalizes its election audit report, Georgia and Pennsylvania are busy this week holding hearings of their own. Let’s bring in One America’s political correspondent Christina Bob who is live in Phoenix with the latest on the election integrity efforts across the country. Good morning, Christina so Georgia’s election lawsuit has been working its way through the courts. Can we expect to see an audit in Georgia anytime soon?
Bobb: Yes Hey Alicia it’s great to be with you. Georgia absolutely has been working diligently trying to get an audit in Fulton County, which is where Atlanta is seated. On Monday, September 20 which is this coming Monday, there’s going to be a hearing and the judge is going to decide whether Fulton County actually has to turn over and when they have to turn over the physical ballots. This case has been going on for quite some time, and the court had already ordered that the ballot images need to be turned over and the plaintiffs have been able to examine the ballot images. Now ballot images are when voters scan their ballot through the machine, the machine actually takes an image of the ballot, saves it and then the ballot scans all the way through, and then they count the votes. So they’ve already reviewed the scanned images, the ballot images, and they have made some findings. We don’t know what they are, they haven’t issued their report but they have, they have examined them. And so, they need the physical ballots in order to confirm their findings and that’s the legal procedure and something that’s important to make sure that there’s no argument that says oh the ballot images were manipulated or there’s something wrong with the images, not the ballots themselves. And so in order to confirm their findings, they need access to the actual ballots and that hearing will take place on Monday, so this has been quite an effort and it will be very interesting to see when they can complete their analysis by actually obtaining those actual ballots from Fulton County.
Good luck, Georgia.