Major voting error in Georgia ballots where Trump had nearly 2-1 ratio over Biden, journalist tests voter signature verification in Nevada and discovers 89% failure rate and GOP Congresswoman from Ukraine decries socialism.
2,600 missing ballots discovered in Georgia, Trump had nearly 2:1 advantage over Biden
Election officials reportedly “missed” uploading a memory card that contained 2,600 votes to a ballot counting machine in Georgia, the Daily Wire reported. The missing batch of ballots were discovered in Floyd County. A counting of the ballots found that Trump had a nearly 2-1 advantage over Joe Biden.
“The Georgia Secretary of State is asking for the executive director of the Floyd County Board of Elections, Robert Brady, to step down after 2,600 ballots were left uncounted prior to the county’s initial certification,” Fox 5 Atlanta reported. “The error was discovered on Sunday during the third day of the state’s audit.”
Journalist discovers 89% failure rate in Nevada voter signature verification
Columnist Victor Joecks of the Las Vegas Review-Journal conducted a test on Nevada’s signature verification process for mail-in ballots and made an alarming discovery: An 89% failure rate.
More important, the journalist noted that the issue is deeper than any single contest. During his test, Joecks proved that a voter could vote many times, the Western Journal reported.
“Eight of the nine ballots went through,” Joecks wrote. “In other words, signature verification had an 89 percent failure rate in catching mismatched signatures.”
“Leave aside the presidential race. Even small amounts of fraud can swing results,” Joecks wrote. “Clark County election officials accepted my signature on eight ballot return envelopes during the general election. It’s more evidence that signature verification is a flawed security measure.”
GOP Congresswoman, who grew up in Ukraine, warns Americans in blistering rebuke of socialism
Victoria Spartz, Republican Congresswoman-elect from Indiana, who grew up in Ukraine, spoke out on the dangers of socialism having experienced it firsthand, the Daily Wire reported.
“I grew up in a socialistic country,” Representative Spartz (D-IA) explained. “It actually was the Socialist Republic of Ukraine. I was saying, in my 42 years I grew up in socialism. I saw what happens when it runs out of money. And it’s not pretty. And now I came to America 20 years ago with a suitcase after meeting my husband on a train in Europe. He’s a raised and born Hoosier, and now we’re building socialism.”
“I’m kind of going full circle,” Spartz continued. “I can tell you what is going to be next. It’s very sad for me to see that.”
“I think that we need to be good students of history,” Spartz added. “Our country for the last century, we fought against socialism. A lot of young kids died. And let’s look at any country that has socialism. Every country failed because this system is not sustainable. This system creates a lot of destruction and misery so we have to be smarter than that.”
“You know, we’re not going to change,” Spartz concluded. “There are only two systems. You have freedom and free enterprise and you have a system where the government decides and political elites on top how we’re going to lead, and what we’re going to do.”
“If you think about it, we’re not equal. We all want different things. We want to have equal rights to pursue happiness, but we want all different things. If the government forces us to be equal, you have to suppress. So every socialistic system, it’s about suppression and we have to value our freedoms because we’re the greatest republic that ever existed.”