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Georgia on My Mind

Posted on | November 6, 2020 | Comments Off on Georgia on My Mind

Last night Wombat and I were texting and I told him I was trying to ignore this development in my native state:

Biden has taken a narrow lead over Trump in Georgia, a state Trump must carry to maintain a pathway to an electoral college win and that no Democrat has carried since 1992, on the strength of absentee ballots.
As of 6 a.m., Biden was leading by 1,096 votes out of nearly 4.9 million cast.
The state’s most populous and Democratic-leaning counties of Fulton, DeKalb and Chatham finished counting absentee ballots on Thursday, helping Biden overcome Trump’s lead.
But the vote-counting is not yet complete. There are 8,899 requested overseas and military ballots that may arrive by the Friday deadline, plus provisional ballots left to count.
As of late Thursday, 14,097 were still outstanding statewide, according to the secretary of state’s office.
The narrow margin makes a recount of the presidential vote increasingly likely in Georgia, according to Gabriel Sterling, the state’s voter information system manager. In Georgia, candidates can request a recount if the margin is 0.5 percent or below, and they must do so within two business days of the statewide certification of results, which is set to take place by Nov. 20.

“Finished counting” = manufactured fraudulent.

The extending of deadlines and the obviously suspicious delays in “counting” are a formula for fraud. The evidence that Atlanta has become to Georgia what Chicago is to Illinois cannot be ignored by Republicans. On Wednesday morning, it appeared that Trump had won the state with a solid margin, yet it was still within the margin of theft, with Democrats in Atlanta (and Savannah) alerted to how many “extra” votes they needed to fabricate in order to steal the state for Biden.

Oh, also, they managed to manufacture enough votes for the Democratic Senate candidate Ossoff to push that into runoff territory. So I’m trying not to watch cable news today. Or this week, really. Just pretend the election is over. Maintain my sanity. “Self care is not selfish.”



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