In a stunning video provided by Kanekoa, GA GOP Senate candidate David Perdue can be seen losing 32,400 votes during a live ABC News broadcast. With only 40% of the expected vote results recorded Purdue’s lead slips fro 774,723 to 742,323 for a loss of 32,400 votes during another segment on a live ABC broadcast. (*Please see update below)

https://twitter.com/KanekoaTheGreat/status/1346691396040704000?s=20

In yet another video of a live ABC News broadcast, GOP Senate candidate David Purdue’s vote total is at 2,130,535, but only seconds later, an updated vote total for David Purdue appears, but this time, it’s less 5,000 votes. Somehow, Purdue’s lead has evaporated, as his new vote total appears to be 2,125,535.

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Here’s another viewer who recorded the same 5K loss in votes for Perdue from another angle:

https://twitter.com/KanekoaTheGreat/status/1346698150627557376?s=20

AFP reports -The changes to the vote totals displayed in the TV clips are the result of corrections by Edison Research, the firm that provided election data to both networks, and were not recorded in any official counts. 

 

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