Trump Reaction On Alarms Going OFF In Fulton County Where Ballots Were Stored!

Newsmax’s Emerald Robinson reported a scoop from a lawyer about the incident that put all ballots in danger!

“Scoop: Attorney dealing with Fulton County GA on audit of more than 145k ballots from 2020 election tells me that alarm went off today at secure building where ballots were kept,” Robinson shared. “The building was found left wide open & unattended.”

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Robinson also shared an image of the insecure building. “This is a picture is that the attorney provided of the door left open at the supposedly secure building where the ballots are being kept,” he wrote.

Trump commented on this incident.

“BREAKING: Alarm Went Off at Secure Building in Fulton County Georgia Where Ballots Are Kept – Building Found Wide Open,” Trump stated. “Great work is being done in Georgia revealing the Election Fraud of the 2020 Presidential Election. But, we must not allow ANYONE to compromise these ballots by leaving the building unsecured, which was done late Friday.”

“Republicans and Patriots must protect this site and the Absentee Ballots,” he continued. “The Left talks about election security, but they do not practice what they preach because they are afraid of what might be found. Fulton County Leadership—do the right thing and protect these ballots. Our Country is at stake!”

Fulton County Election Officials did everything in their power to stop the audit of the 2020 election. Brian J. Amero, a Hendry County, Georgia Judge, ordered to allot litigants to reconcile significant discrepancies found in ballot pictures from the election.

VoterGA.org, Garland Favorito, and other plaintiffs have access to audit the physical ballots and see if there was some error and double counting in the 2020 election.

Nevertheless, Fulton County election officials’ criminal defense attorneys filed a motion to stop the audit. On May 28, there is a scheduled meeting at a ballot storage warehouse, but it was canceled “after officials filed a flurry of motions in the case.”

“Henry County Superior Court Judge Brian Amero said a May 28 meeting was no longer taking place because of motions filed by Fulton County, the county’s Board of Registration and Elections, and the county’s clerk of Superior and Magistrate Courts,” court’s spokesperson confirmed.

“Amero said the motions must be heard before the plaintiffs can gain access to the absentee ballots,” the statement continued. “He proposed a June 21 hearing, but the order scheduling the hearing hasn’t yet been filed.”

“It seems like a desperation move. The silver lining is that we now have more time to perfect the changes we had to make in our inspection plan,” Favorito declared.

We can announce that the ballots are under the ownership of election officials, but the problem of whether or not those ballots are secure will be solved in court.

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