A group of Republican legislators in North Carolina’s General Assembly is requesting information from the State Board of Elections (SBOE) on the voting machines. The MPs want the voting machines unsealed so that their own investigators may look into what transpired in the 2020 presidential election.
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“We are simply trying to see if there are any legs to the rumors we hear about ballots and machines, we want to know if there is anything that could have been modified by the machines, we given them a deadline to get back to us,” NC Rep. Jeff McNeely (Iredell) said of the SBOE.
The State Board of Elections (SBOE) has been asked by a group of Republican legislators in North Carolina to provide information on the voting machines. The lawmakers want the machines to be unsealed so that their own investigators may look into what transpired during the 2020 presidential election.
“We are just trying to discover if there are any legs to the rumors we hear about ballots and machines,” NC Rep. Jeff McNeely (Iredell) stated of the SBOE.
“We know Mark Zuckerberg donated $5-6 million to North Carolina counties, but we don’t have an accounting for it. We’re working on a bill to make it legal to disperse that money fairly across our 100 counties. But we have no idea where that money went or what it was used for right now,” McNeely added.
When asked if he was aware of odd food trucks at polling stations during early voting and election day, McNeely responded yes, and that he had received information that trucks were there in areas such as Wake County, North Carolina’s largest county.
The House Freedom Caucus issued the following statement regarding NCSBE Voter Machines on Friday:
The North Carolina House Freedom Caucus met with Brian Neesby, the state’s information officer, and Patrick Gannon, the state’s legal counsel, on Wednesday of this week.
The results of the 2020 election, as well as the various voting machines and their internal components, were examined. Questions about modems and the devices’ capacity to connect to the internet were specifically raised.