June 17, 2021

Georgia and Pennsylvania Look Like the Path to the White House

Philadelphia election workers process mail-in and absentee ballots for the 2020 general election in the United States at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)

Georgia is going ahead with a full audit/recount/recanvass all in one– all to be completed by November 20, 2020. What this means is that the Governor has ordered that every precinct must go through, find all the ballots and then count them all by hand instead of using the Dominion computer system.

A regular recount would mean going to all the machines and counting the numbers on the displays again and adding up the total. A recanvass means that they would have to find all the ballots and send them back through. An audit is the highest standard, in that they will have to review all the ballots again and make sure they are legitimate.

If there are issues with the Dominion computer voting center– if Georgia has the weighted voting issues that Michigan seems to have— then this audit will shine a bright light on the issue, and may open up other states that are using the system to have to audit their elections as well.

Here’s the map of the precincts using Dominion:

As you can see, Georgia, Mississippi and Alabama are almost entirely Dominion. It’s also used across Virginia, New York, Michigan and Wisconsin. If Georgia finds a lot of mischief– bad configurations, weighted results, etc., things could get very interesting.

This is a bold statement– I mean, there’s always going to be different numbers in a full hand recount, but could you imagine if the margins for Trump were to be different enough to effect the total? What would happen if there were a blowout?

Pennsylvania continues to look like the best avenue for court cases. The different rules in different precincts looks like a good equal protection argument, and the USPS shenanigans look like they could invalidate a bunch of ballots. There’s a video President Trump shared where people are still picking up ballots days after the race is over:

And that’s not even talking about Michigan:

Needless to say, this isn’t over. The next big hurdle is Friday, as an Oklahoma US Senator (R) is saying he’ll try to get former VP Biden the President’s Daily Briefing on Friday if he doesn’t have it yet. Let’s hope we get some traction on any of these states.

Arizona being called Trump or one of these flipping would be the momentum we could really use. Some court cases coming down would quiet the media as well.

This isn’t over.

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