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Gwinnett County, Georgia, voter fraud video debunked

Gwinnett County, Georgia, voter fraud video debunked

A video, indicating a representative of Georgia altering votes, has been debunked. A Gwinnett County govt. spokesperson explained that the person in the video was a Dominion technician who was transferring a data report to another computer so he could read it. A spokesperson for Dominion added that it is not physically possible for vote tabulators to use a USB stick to add votes for a candidate.

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“Gabriel Sterling, the Georgia secretary of state’s voting system implementation manager and a Republican, addressed the claim about ballot data mismanagement in Gwinnett County at a December 1 press conference, saying the man in the video was just doing his job.” “A 20-something tech in Gwinnett County today has death threats and a noose put out saying he should be hung for treason because he was transferring a report on batches from an EMS [election management system] to a county computer so he could read it. It. Has. To. Stop.” “Sterling, voice emotional, said Trump’s rhetoric was dangerous, stoking potential violence against officials. “Someone’s going to get hurt. Someone’s going to get shot. Someone’s going to get killed. It’s not right.” Another debunked claim that could cause unnecessary violence towards a poll worker just doing his job. So careless and thoughtless are these claims which are only intended to stir a pot full of false claims and BS.

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