Georgia traces more than 2,600 uncounted ballots in Floyd County: report

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More than 2,600 uncounted ballots revealed in Georgia County: report
According to the report, more than 2,600 ballots have not been tallied in Floyd County, Georgia, which was recently found during a hiring in the state for the 2020 presidential election.

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensparger blamed the problem on Floyd County election officials for failing to upload votes from a memory card into a ballot-scanning machine.

Georgia began handing out nearly 5 million of its ballots Friday after requesting statewide audits by President Donald Trump and the Republican Party.

The 2,600 previously uncounted ballots in the county have been marked as the most important issue ever uncovered in the recount process. Floyd County Republican Party President Luke Martin called the accident “related,” but insisted that it “does not become a widespread issue.”

“I’m glad the audit revealed this, and it’s important that all votes are counted,” Martin told the Atlanta-Journal Constitution.

Ruffensper said that so far uncounted ballots have not been found in other counties, in which the recount figures are closely related.

Although President Trump has reduced alleged voter fraud, it is likely to close the 14,000-vote gap with President-elect Joe Biden. Click here for more from our top story.

In other events:
– Trump captured the local Nevada race to raise suspicion of a widespread problem.
– Hannity denounced Georgia GOP Gov., Secretary of State over ‘decree’: they are ‘completely outspoken.’
– TURLEY: Trump electoral challenges ‘long on allegations and short on evidence.’
– Kelly Paul says DC violence of Trump supporters ‘brings back terrible memories,’ excludes media bias.
– CNN’s Brian Stelter closes Jeffrey Tobin’s firing from The New Yorker, MSNBC’s John Matcham Snafu on the media show.
– The Washington Post editorial board called for ‘abolition of the Electoral College’.

Bill Hamer called media ‘love fest’ after another Biden press conference
Fox News anchor Bill Hemmer called reporters to question President-Elect Joe Biden.

On Monday, Biden commented on how his administration would handle the economy, but then asked a few questions to pre-selected journalists, mostly focused on President Trump and refused the election.

The anchor of “Bill Heimer Reports” made her response shortly after Biden left the podium.

“You are watching what happens in the media between the courtship,” Hemmer told the audience.

During a panel discussion with Washington Post columnist Mark Thiessen and Democratic strategist Mo Elleithe, Hemmer offered a sample asked by reporters.

“By my count, Mark, here were the questions: If the president didn’t give up, what are you going to do?” Said Hamer. “A reporter called it ‘an unprecedented halt to transition plans.” … one more question: will you get vaccinated? What did you think of the President’s tweet on Saturday? Another question is whether or not families should get together for Turkey Day. “

Reporters have long been criticized for how they questioned the then Democratic nominee on the campaign trail, especially when Biden was asked what he would do at a campaign stop rather than pressing on about a dispute with his son Hunter Biden Got flavor ice cream. Click Here For More.

In other events:
– Biden’s campaign manager led the White House as deputy chief of staff.
– Jake Topper deleted the tweet claiming that CNN journalists’ er survived the 2020 election.
– Biden says that public health experts recommend 10 people at Thanksgiving gatherings to the maximum.
– Laura Ingraham shares ‘hard truth’ with Biden: insulting Trump supporters ‘will only incite more violence.’
– Biden condemned ‘all acts of violence’ after an attack on Trump supporters at the Maida rally; Pelosi silent.
– Trump floated on DeWine after GOP governor’s remarks on Biden Transition.
– Sen. Susan Collins says voters rejected Bernie Sanders’ ‘far-left agenda’, calling for moderate agreement.

California officials urge people to stay home – meanwhile, they are avoiding a grand getaway in Hawaii
California lawmakers reportedly have to land a week-long policy conference in Hawaii as Golden State urges its citizens to avoid traveling and indoor ceremonies.

According to the San Francisco Chronicle, the Independent Voters Project (IVP), which is hosting the convention, declined to name at least 20 lawmakers, who collectively came from California, Texas and Washington.

The conference is being held at Fairmont’s Lani, Maui, where rooms reportedly run for more than $ 600 and per night, with policy discussions and “schmoozing” with corporate sponsors, Monday. Its website states that the event is four days long and aims to “provide a setting away from capitol for a diverse group of elected officials and industry experts.”

News of the incident came just days after the travel advisory was issued by the California Department of Public Health, urging residents to stay home and leave their “area”.

“Californians are encouraged to stay home or in their area and to avoid non-essential travel to other states or countries,” the advisory reads from Friday. “Avoidance of travel can reduce the risk of virus transmission and return of the virus to California.” It also advises those returning to California to quarantine for 14 days after arrival.

The aerial conference was only to raise the latest question of how politicians spent their time instructing citizens to isolate themselves. For example, Gov. Gavin Newsom came under fire on November 6 after attending a dinner party with his wife. 6. The gathering was attended by at least a dozen people and took place in a fabulous restaurant in the Napa Valley. Click Here For More.

In other events:
– Tucker Carlson: Elite wants the COVID-19 lockdown to initiate the ‘Great Reset’ and that should make you nervous.
– Iowa Village. Kim Reynolds limited mask mandate, ordering new COVID-19 trade restrictions.
– Village. The new coronovirus bans came after Newsom apologized for breaking its own rules to attend the party.
– Trump’s advisor Drs. Scott Atlas clarified the ‘get up’ tweet following the backlash of the Biden, Michigan governor.
NY Government Cuomo rebuked others for making mistakes in COVID-19 nursing home deaths.
– New York County says it will not impose Cuomo’s limit on thanksgiving meetings.
– ‘Good Doctor’ star, Richard Schiff, 65, hospitalized with coronovirus.
– Operation COVID-19 Vaccine Head of Operation Scientist Hills ‘Exhilarating’ News.

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Today’s date:
President Trump called for an alternative to retaliate against Iran’s nuclear program, officials confirmed.
– Obama-era budget controls have hurt US military readiness against the threats of China, Russia, Iran.
– The author has aimed to ‘awaken the activists’ by briefly dragging the book on Twitter as ‘transphobic’.
– Coronavirus virus mask sparks testy exchange between Sen. Sullivan and Sen. Brown.
– Ryan Reynolds recalls the last time he spoke to Alex Trebek: ‘Absolutely gutter-wrenching.’
– Hurricane Etawah, a Category 4 hurricane, landslides on the Nicaragua coast.
– Twitter allowed tweet after people from antifa-coalition group allegedly opened fire at police officer’s house.
50 Cent addressed the address to Trump’s endorsement, which Chelsea Handler said: ‘What she says is fine.’
– Antonio Brown allegedly destroyed security cameras in a wild-tempered tantrum.

The latest from Fox Business:
California is considering statewide curfew amid COVID-19 boom, Gov. Newsom says.
– Warren Buffett’s Berkshire invests in four Big Pharma companies.
– Elon Musk joining Tesla S&P 500.
– Congress has to face tight deadlines for coronovirus relief.
– Universal contracts to allow Cinemark films to premiere on-demand soon.
– San French mayor asks people if it is worth celebrating ‘Thanksgiving’.
– Obama wishes he was strict on China, terming Big Tech security as ‘unstable’

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Fox News host Sean Hannity on Monday criticized Georgia GOP officials as presidential ballots in Peach State continue to recur.

“I don’t think it’s brain surgery to figure out that there should be only one standard for everyone who votes in Georgia,” said Hainty. “They should check the signature against the same database that voters were supposed to meet on the day of the election with people who requested postal ballots,” he said. “It’s so easy.”

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