Trump’s Courage: Another County in Georgia Uncovers More than 2,700 Missing Votes during Recount – Secretary of State’s office

The county in Georgia found 2700 missing votes, in one of the battleground states Joe Biden won in the just concluded Secretary election, the Secretary of State’s Office announced.

With a post-election audit and hand re-tally of statewide votes going on, the Secretary of State’s Office has again uncovered 2700 of uncounted ballots in Georgia.

During a virtual press conference Tuesday afternoon, Gabriel Sterling, Voting System Implementation Manager at Georgia Secretary of State, said an additional 2,700 uncounted votes were found in Fayette County.

The news comes as Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, a Republican, has started firing back after more than a week of criticism from Donald Trump and Republicans.

Raffensperger says it was the president’s own attacks on absentee ballots that cost him the election in Georgia.

“He would have won by 10,000 votes. He actually suppressed, depressed his own voting base,” Raffensperger said to Channel 2 investigative reporter Justin Gray.

The Secretary of State added that some 24,500 Georgia Republicans who voted absentee in the June primary elections, didn’t vote in the general election.

“Those 24,000 people did not vote in the fall. They did not vote absentee because they were told by the president, ‘Don’t vote absentee it’s not secure.’ But then they did not vote in person,” Raffensperger said.

Of the votes that are now being added to the total, 1,577 were for President Donald Trump, 1,128 for Joe Biden and the rest were for Jo Jorgenson or write-ins. Even with the recount, Biden still leads Trump by 12,929 votes.

The deadline for the statewide audit is Wednesday at midnight.

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  1. He is not giving up for sure! Interesting……:)