In Georgia, a hand recount of the votes just found 2,600 ballots that had not yet been counted in Floyd County. The uncounted votes have netted an additional 800 votes for President Trump.*
Just the News – Apparently, the county election officials didn’t upload votes in a ballot-scanning machine, which the state’s voting system manager Gabriel Sterling called “an amazing blunder.” He said the county’s elections director should resign.
Meanwhile, GA Governor Brian Kemp is getting a lot of heat from Republicans for his handling of the election, in particular, for his relationship with the Dominion Voting Systems lobbyist, who, according to the American Thinker, pitched the $100 million dollar purchase of these machines, was Georgia Governor Brian Kemp’s former chief of staff. Georgia’s secretary of State Brad Raffensberger took campaign cash from the wife of the CEO of Dominion’s partner.
On Parler, Lin Wood posted:
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp & Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger should be investigated by the GA Bureau of Investigation. Maybe they should resign.
We The People deserve honest public officials.
Georgia’s purchase was also questioned by Oregon’s Democratic senator Ron Wyden:
…in a speech at an election security conference in Washington DC, said that the voting machine lobby “literally thinks they are just above the law, they are accountable to nobody, [and] they have been able to hotwire the political system in certain parts of the country like we’ve seen in Georgia”.
Wyden was referring to the fact that Brian Kemp, who is now Georgia’s governor after overseeing his own election while secretary of state, appointed an ES&S lobbyist as his deputy chief of staff. Meanwhile, the state is in the process of purchasing more than $150m in new voting machines.
“My view is that the maintenance of our constitutional rights should not depend on the sketchy ethics of these well-connected corporations that stonewall Congress, lie to public officials and have repeatedly gouged taxpayers.
Lin Wood had some pretty strong words for GA Governor Kemp today. Tweeting: “Here is a suggested course of action for GA Governor” Brian Kemp
Here is a suggested course of action for GA Governor @BrianKempGA:
1. Order a special session of GA legislature.
3. Admit guilt.
4. Go to prison.
5. Ask for cell near @GaSecofState.
Accountability for wrongdoing is called JUSTICE.#FightBack for Justice
— Lin Wood (@LLinWood) November 16, 2020
Lin Wood is not pulling any punches when it comes to defending the sanctity of our vote. He is a fearless defender of our Constitution and of President Trump.
During an RNC press conference, powerhouse attorney Lin Wood who successfully defended Nick Sandmann against the bullying leftist media explained why he decided to join President Trump’s legal team.
“I was sitting around Tuesday night watching the election returns; I’ve loved politics all my life since I first voted in 1972. And I saw what I assumed was going to happen. I saw President Trump building up what I believed was going to be almost a historic landslide victory,” Wood told the crowd.
“It is time to fight back,” Wood told the Trump supporters, warning, “We’re gonna lose our constitutional rights” if we “don’t fix it.”
CORRECTION: *Our original article included a tweet from TPUSA’s Charlie Kirk, calling Floyd County a “blue” county. Floyd is actually a “red” county. We have removed the tweet from Kirk from our article.