The review of the 2020 US election is progressing. For the first time, one of the election workers from Georgia is to be interviewed; she could be seen on a video taking trolley cases full of votes from a hiding place and sometimes counted them several times. In Arizona, the first major election test found discrepancies of up to 20% of the vote.
Last week, Election Supervisor Wandrea Shaye Moss from Altanta, Georgia finally received a summons for questioning regarding the events at the State Farm Arena Election Center on the night of November 3rd / 4th, 2020. The interview took place June 10th held in Atlanta.
At 10:25 p.m. on election night, Shaye Moss asked all election observers, press and employees to leave the State Farm Arena, as the count for the night had ended. By about 11 p.m. all the election observers and the press had left the room, but 5 employees stayed in the room, including Shaye Moss, her mother Ruby Freeman and election supervisor Ralph Jones.
The surveillance videos show how, at 11:02 p.m., they pulled four suitcases full of voting papers from under a table and took them to the counting tables. Freeman and Moss took stacks of votes out of their suitcases and began to run them through the counting machines, sometimes several times. This lasted until about 12:50 am on the morning of November 4th, when the employees left the voting center.
At 1:34 in the morning in Georgia there were 136,155 votes for Joe Biden and only 29,115 votes for Donald Trump in one fell swoop. Joe Biden won Georgia just under 11,779 votes after Trump led apparently unassailable by 117,000 votes at midnight and only 7% of the votes remained to be counted.
A voting test is currently being held in Maricopa County, Arizona to test all 2.1 million votes in the largest constituency in Arizona around the city of Phoenix. Republican delegations from Georgia, Pennsylvania, Colorado, Alaska, Virginia and Nevada attended the electoral exam at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Phoenix, Arizona to learn about the procedures.
Georgia governor candidate Vernon Jones attended the Phoenix investigation and disarmed a leftist journalist who questioned private donation funding for the investigation: “Have you broken the law? I’m just asking you? Did these private donors set that up?” “I don’t know,” said the reporter.Apparently many of the supposedly available votes according to the content list are missing from the boxes, as Christina Bobb reports on One America News: In some boxes up to 20% of the votes were missing. With 2.1 million votes, up to 420,000 votes could be missing. Joe Biden’s lead in Arizona was only 10,457 votes.