Coffee County Georgia Refuses to Certify 2020 ReCount Election Results

Faye Higbee
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A problem with the Dominion Voting Systems was encountered in Coffee County, Georgia, as officials were unable to repeatedly get the same numbers during the 3rd ballot recount. In other words, the “recount lacks credibility.”

Any system, financial, voting, or otherwise, that is not repeatable nor dependable should not be used. To demand certification of patently inaccurate results neither serves the objective of the electoral system nor satisfies the legal obligation to certify the electronic recount.

Coffee County letter (via The Epoch Times)
Letter to the Election Board via Hannity.

The Secretary of State for Georgia, Brad Raffensberger, said the recount was certified on December 7, regardless of this issue. Georgia is listed as one of 4 states in the Texas lawsuit that has grown from 1 to 17 states as of December 10.

REPORT-The Coffee County Georgia Board of Elections refused to certify the electronic recount (3rd count) due to problems with #DominionVotingSystems inability to repeatably duplicate creditable election results. @GaSecofState re-certified the election results yesterday anyway.

@robbhurstCPA on Twitter

If the numbers from election night and the Georgia recounts do not match, how can any county certify the results? Coffee County included a spreadsheet that showed what they call “anomalies.’

Georgia State Elections Director Chris Harvey called the county’s elections director, Misty Martin, where Martin stated “that the hand audit showed that they were off by one vote from the original count, but now, following the recount, Coffee County’s tally was off by 51 votes,” according to Raffensberger’s office.

Further, the county’s tally was showing two batch uploads of 50 ballots each. It became apparent that Ms. Martin was unsure whether she had scanned a batch of 50 ballots twice, which would account for the 50-vote discrepancy (Ms. Martin also noted that Coffee County had comingled their Advance Voting and Election Day ballots, adding further disorganization to the process),” the secretary of state’s office said. “Again, though she could not say for certain that she had scanned the same batch of 50 ballots twice, that seemed a likely possibility.

The Epoch Times

Coffee County is just one small county in Georgia. The numbers from around the nation are crazy out of line with reality.

Think about it: if the person is allowed to rescan ballots multiple times, the count will be significantly off. Adjudication is not meant for thousands of ballots, only a tiny few. It’s a great scam, if you can get away with it.

The Dominion Voting machine allows an “Adjudicator” the power to rescan votes several times and accept them all instead of deleting the bad scans. It was an override that was created to take care of scanning errors on a handful of ballots, not hundreds of thousands of ballots. The person scanning the ballots can actually vote a BLANK ballot themselves. Odd marks and overvotes (people who vote for more than one when they’re supposed to only vote for one) are some of the things the machines should catch. But the machine allows votes that it shouldn’t.

And it’s not just Georgia that used the adjudication process for thousands of ballots on the Dominion Voting Machines.

“You mean to tell me that Joe Biden ran for president twice and failed, but on his third try he receives more votes than any other candidate in the history of the presidency? Makes sense.”

@ksorbs on Twitter – a little sarcasm

And THAT is something that should give the Supreme Court pause when working on the case before it. The election results are not possible nor are they plausible. As more information surfaces, the media continues to emphatically state “no evidence of fraud.” They don’t care about the country only about their opinions.

Fair warning: The videos in this article may be removed by YouTube.The platform plans to remove all videos that claim voter fraud.

The Dominion voting machines that Georgia and several other states use are unsecure and open to manipulation during the counting process. This second of two videos shows the weaknesses of the system and the ways in which an unscrupulous election official may alter ballots with virtually no chance of being caught.”