VOTER FRAUD? Twice As Many Ballots Cast As There Are Voters In Georgia Precinct
Twice as many ballots as the number of registered voters were cast in a northeastern Georgia precinct during the state’s primary elections in May. According to official numbers from the Georgia Secretary of State, 670 votes were cast in Habersham County’s Mud Creek precinct, where there were only 276 registered voters, says a report from McClatchy DC. Impossibly, this means the precinct saw a 243% voter turnout.
In a bizarre turn of events, the number of registered voters changed from 276 to 3,704 on the secretary of state’s website on Tuesday morning. Questions of electronic malfunction, outside tampering, and voter fraud — particularly in light of a pending investigation into alleged voter fraud during the Atlanta mayoral election runoff in December — linger over the state.
“…linger over the state.” -> Ya think?? Every time, though, the Democrat Progs keep yammering that it doesn’t exist, it only happens once in a while, and the small number of votes don’t matter. Yet, how come we’re not hearing “Russia, Russia, Russia!!!!” on this one – nary a word, eh? I guess the Dems are a mindset like that old phrase “you can’t pick on that idiot, only we can because he’s ours!”. Same with voter fraud, I surmise…
(H/T: Daily Wire)