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Biden’s Lead In Georgia Slims As Thousands of Ballots Are Miraculously Found in Recount

A statewide recount in the state of Georgia for the 2020 general election is underway and irregularities have already been found.

According to a recent report, 2600 votes which were mostly belonging to President Trump, were “lost” due to a server error. Of those 2600 votes, about 1600 of them belonged to President Donald Trump and only 800 belonged to Joe Biden meaning the President netted 800 votes.

Coosa Valley News reports:

…According to Board of Elections Chairman Tom Rees, “the hand count added 2,631 more votes than were registered by computers.” That number was released on Monday after nearly 20 hours of hand counting over the weekend.

It appears that the votes did not come from day of voting or absentee, but rather early voting.

According to Luke Martin, Floyd County GOP chairman, “It is scary that this happened in Floyd County. Imagine what the numbers could look like in places like Fulton County.” Martin Added, “It appears that our elections office did not misplace any ballots, rather it appears as if this is a computer software mishap with the Dominion system.”

…Of the 2,631 votes sources at the elections office told CVN that it appeared that between 1,600 and 1,900 were cast for President Trump.

Reports stated that early votes cast in October 24 were not counted due to a scanner error. Officials said that after a scanner broke the ballots were taken to a second scanner where they were wrongly scanned.

It was also reported that several provisional ballots were counted more than once. There should have only been 141 ballots cast but 216 were counted

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