Several stories are alleging potential voter fraud in Georgia. After counters and those monitoring the vote at Atlanta’s State Farm Arena were told to go home, security video footage allegedly reveals that a few people then stayed behind and began to pull suitcases out from beneath the tables that some believe contained ballots.
There have been several allegations of problems with the Federal 2020 election and several lawsuits have been launched. The most recent: A GOP chair alleges there was a secret counting of ballots in Georgia. Now this does not mean that there was anything untoward done during this secret counting of ballots, if that proves to be true. But it does make people suspicious.
Many experts and mainstream media hit hysteria mode after Georgia’s governor, Brian Kemp, announced he would start ending the state’s lockdown on April 24, 2020. But the stats are in. Georgia has rejoined the world. The state still exists. People are back at work and guess what the Coronavirus cases remain flat. This leads to an even bigger question: Do lockdowns even work? READ: Georgia reopened and so far has seen no ‘noticeable change’ in daily new coronavirus cases