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Georgia Audit Confirms That Joe Biden Won State Over Donald rump

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    stl1 Naturally Camouflaged
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    Georgia Audit Confirms That Joe Biden Won State Over Donald rump
    Ted Johnson


    A hand recount of ballots in Georgia affirmed Joe Biden’s victory in the state over Donald Trump, state officials announced Thursday, even as Trump continues to press unfounded claims of voter fraud.

    Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, a Republican, said that the “historic first statewide audit reaffirmed that the state’s new secure paper ballot voting system accurately counted and reported results.”

    The audit showed that Biden won the state by 12,284 votes, compared to 12,780 before the recount. Trump gained 486 votes in the new count.

    The audit showed that the highest error rate in any county recount was 0.73%. Most counties reported no change in their tally, and the majority of remaining counties had changes of fewer than 10 ballots. The most significant change was found in some counties that had not uploaded all of their memory cards, which was blamed on human error, but it did not change the outcome.

    In a long press conference earlier Thursday, Trump’s legal team, led by Rudy Giuliani, made a series of claims of election fraud, even though they produced little evidence and bandied about a series of wild conspiracy theories. Fox News was the only major cable news network to carry the press conference live, as CNN and MSNBC stuck to regular programming.

    Raffensperger indicated that the Georgia results will be certified on Friday. At the press conference, Giuliani said that the Trump campaign planned to file a new lawsuit in the state. The Trump campaign has until Tuesday to request another recount.
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    -SpectraL coward [the spuriously bluish-lilac bushman]
    Maybe we should count those bogus votes again and get the same result?
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    cigreting Space Nigga
    the government concluded that the government did nothing wrong
    seems legitimate
    The following users say it would be alright if the author of this post didn't die in a fire!
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    -SpectraL coward [the spuriously bluish-lilac bushman]
    "We've investigated ourselves thoroughly and found absolutely no evidence whatsoever of any wrongdoing on our part."
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    this only proves that fraud can, and has happened twice.
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    -SpectraL coward [the spuriously bluish-lilac bushman]
    Originally posted by vindicktive vinny this only proves that fraud can, and has happened twice.

    Fraud takes care of itself.
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    Originally posted by -SpectraL Fraud takes care of itself.

    or is it.
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    stl1 Naturally Camouflaged
    What a bunch of delusional cuck Kool-Aid drinkers who are willing to drink any swill Donald Rump serves up.

    I foresee a lot of suicides when reality smacks these fools up the side of their heads.

    Get a grip, boys.
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    why not take some democrates with you ¿
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    stl1 Naturally Camouflaged
    Because we have won.


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    stl1 Naturally Camouflaged
    Georgia's secretary of state announces that he will officially certify Biden as the winner of the state's 16 electoral votes
    ssheth@businessinsider.com (Sonam Sheth)


    Georgia's secretary of state, Brad Raffensperger, said in a statement that he will officially certify President-elect Joe Biden as the winner of the state's presidential election on Friday.
    Following a risk-limiting audit of more than five million paper ballots, Raffensperger "will affirm that all 159 counties have provided to the state the total votes tabulated for each state and federal candidate."
    Raffensperger's certification of Biden as the election winner will come after he and his family members received harsh criticism from President Donald Trump and his allies, as well as death threats from some Republican supporters.

    Biden's certification as Georgia's presidential election winner will come after a risk-limiting audit in which election officials conducted a hand recount of more than five million paper ballots that were cast.

    The final tally showed that Biden received 49.5% of the vote and President Donald Trump received 49.3%, cementing Biden's Georgia's win by more than 12,000 votes and ensuring he will get the state's 16 Electoral College votes.

    Raffensperger's office confirmed in its statement that he will affirm "the statewide consolidated returns for state and federal offices are a true and correct tabulation of the certified returns received by this office from each county."

    The statement came after Raffensperger's office initially put out an incorrect statement saying he had already certified Biden as the winner. In the amended statement, his office said Raffensperger will certify Biden as the victor on Friday.

    Raffensperger's certification on Friday will come after months of pressure from the Trump campaign and its allies over the state's election. ProPublica reported this week that as early as January, the Trump campaign was demanding Raffensperger endorse the president, but he declined to do so, citing a responsibility to remain neutral as an official overseeing the election.

    In the last several days, amid an onslaught of criticism from Trump and his loyalists, Raffensperger told Atlanta's Fox affiliate that he and his wife had received death threats via text message.

    "Your husband deserves to face a firing squad," one message said.

    "You better not botch this recount," another read. "Your life depends on it."

    Raffensperger, who is a registered Republican, told Business Insider this week that because of the firestorm around the election, he now finds himself at odds with members of his own party while becoming an unlikely liberal hero because of his defense of the electoral process and denial of Trump's conspiracy theories.

    "We did hand-tally, a re-tally of this so that we could verify the accuracy of machines," he said, referring to the risk-limiting audit. "That way we could put to bed this idea that the election was not accurate. The election appears to be very accurate and as a Republican, I'm disappointed, but as a secretary of state, my job is to report accurate results."

    Biden is currently projected to win 306 electoral votes compared to Trump's 232. A candidate needs 270 votes to clinch the presidency. Trump started off strong with a series of early victories in Florida, Texas, Ohio, and Iowa, but Biden quickly caught up as mail-in ballots were counted. The president-elect cemented his victory with wins in the battleground states of Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania, all of which Trump won in 2016. Biden also picked up Arizona and Georgia, which hadn't voted for a Democratic presidential candidate since 1996 and 1992, respectively.

    The Trump campaign and Republicans have filed nearly two dozen legal challenges to contest the election results since November 3. They haven't won a single case so far.
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    -SpectraL coward [the spuriously bluish-lilac bushman]
    Originally posted by stl1 Georgia's secretary of state announces that he will officially certify Biden as the winner of the state's 16 electoral votes
    ssheth@businessinsider.com (Sonam Sheth)


    Georgia's secretary of state, Brad Raffensperger, said in a statement that he will officially certify President-elect Joe Biden as the winner of the state's presidential election on Friday.
    Following a risk-limiting audit of more than five million paper ballots, Raffensperger "will affirm that all 159 counties have provided to the state the total votes tabulated for each state and federal candidate."
    Raffensperger's certification of Biden as the election winner will come after he and his family members received harsh criticism from President Donald Trump and his allies, as well as death threats from some Republican supporters.

    Biden's certification as Georgia's presidential election winner will come after a risk-limiting audit in which election officials conducted a hand recount of more than five million paper ballots that were cast.

    The final tally showed that Biden received 49.5% of the vote and President Donald Trump received 49.3%, cementing Biden's Georgia's win by more than 12,000 votes and ensuring he will get the state's 16 Electoral College votes.

    Raffensperger's office confirmed in its statement that he will affirm "the statewide consolidated returns for state and federal offices are a true and correct tabulation of the certified returns received by this office from each county."

    The statement came after Raffensperger's office initially put out an incorrect statement saying he had already certified Biden as the winner. In the amended statement, his office said Raffensperger will certify Biden as the victor on Friday.

    Raffensperger's certification on Friday will come after months of pressure from the Trump campaign and its allies over the state's election. ProPublica reported this week that as early as January, the Trump campaign was demanding Raffensperger endorse the president, but he declined to do so, citing a responsibility to remain neutral as an official overseeing the election.

    In the last several days, amid an onslaught of criticism from Trump and his loyalists, Raffensperger told Atlanta's Fox affiliate that he and his wife had received death threats via text message.

    "Your husband deserves to face a firing squad," one message said.

    "You better not botch this recount," another read. "Your life depends on it."

    Raffensperger, who is a registered Republican, told Business Insider this week that because of the firestorm around the election, he now finds himself at odds with members of his own party while becoming an unlikely liberal hero because of his defense of the electoral process and denial of Trump's conspiracy theories.

    "We did hand-tally, a re-tally of this so that we could verify the accuracy of machines," he said, referring to the risk-limiting audit. "That way we could put to bed this idea that the election was not accurate. The election appears to be very accurate and as a Republican, I'm disappointed, but as a secretary of state, my job is to report accurate results."

    Biden is currently projected to win 306 electoral votes compared to Trump's 232. A candidate needs 270 votes to clinch the presidency. Trump started off strong with a series of early victories in Florida, Texas, Ohio, and Iowa, but Biden quickly caught up as mail-in ballots were counted. The president-elect cemented his victory with wins in the battleground states of Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania, all of which Trump won in 2016. Biden also picked up Arizona and Georgia, which hadn't voted for a Democratic presidential candidate since 1996 and 1992, respectively.

    The Trump campaign and Republicans have filed nearly two dozen legal challenges to contest the election results since November 3. They haven't won a single case so far.

    Keep posting all the bullshit you like, Trump will still win. Watch and see.
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    stl1 Naturally Camouflaged
    Joe is well past the 270 electoral votes needed to win.

    You're delusional.
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    -SpectraL coward [the spuriously bluish-lilac bushman]
    Originally posted by stl1 Joe is well past the 270 electoral votes needed to win.

    You're delusional.

    Nothing has been written in stone.
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    stl1 Naturally Camouflaged
    Read 'em and weep:

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    -SpectraL coward [the spuriously bluish-lilac bushman]
    Originally posted by stl1 Read 'em and weep:

    Hate to tell you, st|1, but you better get ready for a huge upset. Biden ain't gonna win. Trump is going to be YOUR President for the next four years, maybe longer.
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    stl1 Naturally Camouflaged
    Do you have any extra of whateverthefuck you've been smoking because it has to be some killer shit to keep you so delusional for so long.

    You and Skunk smoking the same shit?
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    stl1 Naturally Camouflaged
    Originally posted by -SpectraL Hate to tell you, st|1, but you better get ready for a huge upset. Biden ain't gonna win. Trump is going to be YOUR President for the next four years, maybe longer.




    I'll make a bet with you, Speculum. If you're right and Rump wins the election, I will make a public apology on here to you for my being so stupid and delusional as well as stating that you are so much smarter and knowledgeable than me.

    If Biden wins, you have to do the same to me. No addendums, OK?

    Do we have a bet, Specky?
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    Technologist motherfucker
    Originally posted by stl1 I'll make a bet with you, Speculum. If you're right and Rump wins the election, I will make a public apology on here to you for my being so stupid and delusional as well as stating that you are so much smarter and knowledgeable than me.

    If Biden wins, you have to do the same to me. No addendums, OK?

    Do we have a bet, Specky?

    Well speculum, put your money where your mouth is!
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    -SpectraL coward [the spuriously bluish-lilac bushman]
    Originally posted by stl1 Do we have a bet, Specky?

    We're on, soldier.
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