“Where are the missing military ballots in Georgia?” President Donald Trump asked right after the election night on Twitter. “What happened to them?”
In Georgia, a state official answered: There are no missing military ballots.
As the margin between former Vice President Joe Biden and Trump hovered around 1,500 Friday afternoon, poll workers in a handful of Georgia counties had about 8,000 absentee ballots left to count.
In addition to the military ballots that have not been received, about 13,000 provisional ballots were still pending, although at the time was announced that not all will be accepted.
Urban and suburban counties where Biden has allegedly outperformed Trump had the most military ballots outstanding, including Fulton with 956, DeKalb with 802, and Gwinnett with 741, according to data released on November 4th. Those could include service members anywhere in the world who are still registered in Georgia.
But some strange stuff did happen in Georgia as all 900 military ballots in Fulton County went for Biden.
Fake news polls conducted on Sept. 6-8 found Trump leading Biden by 10 percentage points, 52 percent to 42 percent, among 2,711 likely voters in military households — those who said they are, or live with, an active-duty service member or veteran. Probably the margin was the same as 2016 when Trump won military-affiliated voters by 18 points, 57 percent to 39 percent.
Soldiers must not like peace in 2020. Or coming home. Or major upgrades in veteran programs/services. Not even one?
At least this alleged fraud will be easy to prove, right? Call all 900 active duty military from that county and check upon them.
As a reminder, a poll worker was forced into “hiding” and an issue “involving reporting” has turned the Georgia ballot-counting in Fulton County on its head as the state barrels ahead with its election process in the wake of the alleged voter fraud.
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