Georgia election officials just announced that the Senate runoff races may spend “weeks” in legal battles before determining a final winner. The divide between both Democrats and Republicans has become so prominent that the results are expected to be razor-thin. We were told the same thing during the 2020 presidential election and it was just another excuse to dump fraudulent ballots late at night.
Social media users questioned why officials needed weeks to determine the runoff race winners and even suggested that the radical left just needed enough time to rig up the election just like they did the last time. Others even joked about the left needing to find new sources for fake ballots since they are being watched.
There were several allegations of voter fraud in Georgia during the primary election after the President lost by a mere 12,000 votes, including a video of Georgia workers bringing in thousands of illegal ballots from a suitcase late at night and adding them to the count. Georgia election workers also had Republican observers cleared out of the area after a “water main break” occurred inside the building earlier that day.
Nearly half of the Georgia Senate’s GOP members, including Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue, sided with President Trump and argued that he has the right to ensure full transparency and uniformity in the counting process.
The state of Texas had even filed a lawsuit looking to throw out Georgia’s primary election results. They alleged that there were 80,000 forged signatures on absentee ballots and called it constitutionally, legally, and factually wrong. The lawsuit also requested to delay the results of Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, after widespread evidence of election fraud.
In a recent NPR poll, only a quarter of Republicans (24%) actually believe the results of the 2020 presidential election or aren’t entirely sure who did win. The survey was conducted online with 24,000 Americans and shows the significant decline in public trust in federal elections.
It’s not a surprise that the Democratic Party thinks they can pull a stunt like this a second time around. It’s crucial for Republicans to maintain control of the Senate, especially with a Biden administration coming into the White House.
“Given what happened after the presidential election, I wouldn’t at all be surprised to see attempts to challenge the results, especially if Democrats win. We’re already seeing questions about signature verification, challenges of new voter registration. This could all just be a glimpse of the future,” said Emory University political scientist Alan Abramowitz.
Democrats only need “weeks” to determine a winner if they plan on seeing how many fraudulent ballots are required to win. If you just count the legal votes in Georgia, it shouldn’t be that difficult.