GEORGIA – Commentator Nick Mosedar delved into another installment of the controversies surrounding the primary elections out of Georgia, detailing how election results had to be recertified in both Cobb and Fulton counties due to egregious errors in how votes calculated through Dominion voting machines wound up being incorrectly tabulated.
Mosedar first dove into the conundrum that occurred in Cobb County, sharing a video featuring the county elections director explaining during an emergency meeting how several thumb drives containing full-blown ballots were simply not uploaded following the closing of the polls during the county’s primaries.
Thus, a re-tabulation and recertification had to be conducted in the county to account for the over 2,000 ballots missed the first time around. Mosedar remarked on just how insane it is that people simply forgot to upload these thumb drives in the first place.
“You have 11 precincts. Each precinct has two scanner