Just when you think it couldn’t get any more shady election officials in Atlanta to announce another holdup.
The newly purchased server hosting Dominion Voting Systems crashed.
“Technicians from Dominion have been dispatched to resolve the issue,” Fulton County officials said in a statement obtained by local station WXIA-TV. “The Georgia Secretary of State’s office has also been alerted to the issue and is aware of efforts to resolve the problem.”
Dominion has been the root of extreme data anomalies that occurred after election day and all of it happened using the companies software.
Attorney Sidney Powell has launched a federal lawsuit claiming widespread voter fraud in Georgia and believes several state officials including Gov. Brian Kemp.
Dominion has denied any foul play and said that Powell’s claims are “absolutely absurd.”
Georgia has been the center of all sorts of shenanigans. Last week a federal judge ordered that all voting machines in Georgia not be wiped until further notice after a lawsuit was launched to seek an inspection of the hardware but, hours later the order was reversed. Then US District Judge, Timothy Batten, issued another order to officials temporarily restraining them from the alteration, destruction, or erasure of software or data from Dominion machines in three Georgia counties-Cobb, Gwinnett, and Cherokee.
Biden has a 13,000 vote “lead” over President Trump for the state’s 16 Electoral College votes.
Over the weekend Trump supporters protested the behavior of Georgia’s Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger who has turned out to be a rhino.
“Trucks flying Trump and ‘Stop the Steal’ flags drove up and down the street outside of Secretary Brad Raffensperger’s property, honking their horns as they passed by,” Fox 5 reported:
When asked what message she wanted to send to the secretary of state, organizer Ursula Christie said she wanted him to know “we are silent no more and we want him to know that we are watching and we are listening and we are aware of the actions being taken.”
Raffensperger, a longtime Republican who said he voted for Trump in November’s presidential election, has been a focus of anger for Republicans and the president for his handling of the election.
Both Republican Senators who are engaged in an embattled run-off have called for Raffesnperger to step down. What’s even more concerning is that the system put in place by Raffesnperger could also cost Republicans the Senate.