There are two things that the most troubled counties for counting ballots have in common. The first is a long drawn-out period of time necessary to count their votes and number two, DOJ monitors. The longer a county drags out its counting process, the more “votes” they find. And 100% of those counts the winners are the Democrats.
And as for the DOJ monitors, the five most problematic counties in the country, Pennsylvania’s Luzerne County, Texas’ Harris County, Arizona’s Maricopa County and Pima county, and Nevada’s Washoe County were the counties that put Democrats over the top in close races.
Those five counties had major screw-ups during the live voting. Those screw-ups include Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, where they ran out of paper used in the tabulators early, leaving several polling places without the ability to receive votes. Voters had to be turned away. A judge later ordered the polls to stay open for an additional two hours, but by then it was too late.
Voting sites across Harris County, the Lone Star State’s largest county encompassing Houston, opened late on Election Day. That prompted a judge to grant a one-hour extension to the voting hours, but how many people that left bothered to come back later? That court order was challenged by Texas AG Ken Paxton and those votes were ordered to be set aside until a final determination could be made.
At the same time, the legal process played out, Houston Public Media reported
, “sealed” away in an “envelope” instead of being inserted into the scanning machine and then tabulated at the “Central Count station” located inside of the massive Houston-based NRG Arena.
Mayhem erupted in Arizona’s key Maricopa County, the country’s second-largest voting jurisdiction, where ballots were being “misread” at a number of precincts. Thirty percent of the tabulators did not work, which is odd since the tabulators were tested the night before and worked flawlessly, but did not work from the get-go the next morning. The not yet tabulated votes were to be processed later that night, but now it is alleged that some of the uncounted votes were mixed in with tabulated votes.
At 60 of the voting centers, the printers were not making dark enough marks that could be read. How much do you want to bet those precincts were red ones? They later changed the settings to make them work correctly. What happened to all of the votes with the faded ink? Did they go to adjudication where the votes can be flipped?
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Farther south in Pima County, election staff cited “a technology issue” that temporarily caused one voting center to be down temporarily.
GOP lawyer Harmeet Dhillon pointed out thatPima County Recorder Gabriella Cázares-Kelly, who has “she/her” pronouns and “dismantling white supremacy” in her Twitter bio, is “even more political and less cooperative than Maricopa.” Both counties are “slow-walking results, hoping to outlast our legal and other observers,” Dhillon tweeted Thursday. “Ain’t gonna happen!”
Let’s also remember that Katie Hobbs, the Democrat nominee in the hotly contested Grand Canyon State’s gubernatorial race, happens to be Arizona’s secretary of state. Yet, she has refused to recuse herself from official midterm duties overseeing and certifying election results while running against GOP darling Kari Lake. But don’t pay attention to the Democrat behind the curtain.
Northwest in Nevada, a new batch of mail-in votes by the thousands is delaying final counts. In important Washoe County, a swing county and the state’s second-most populous, 16,000-or-so mail-in ballots were expected to arrive, which would not be counted until Thursday because poll workers were so far behind. Last year, Nevada began requiring that mail-in ballots be sent to every registered voter. Although ballots must be postmarked by Election Day, they’re countable upon arrival as late as Saturday.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis did not allow the corrupt Merrick garland to send monitors to any location in his state.