According to Georgia GOP Chairman David Shafer, a third county in Georgia discovered a memory card with uncounted votes, a majority of which were cast for President Donald Trump.

“Our monitors tell us that Walton County election officials have found a memory card that was apparently not uploaded. The number of uncounted votes is not as large as in Floyd or Fayette but the President will pick up votes,” Shafer said on Twitter.

Previously, in Georgia’s Floyd and Fayette Counties, memory cards were also discovered with uncounted votes, mostly for President Trump. Of the roughly over 5,000 total votes discovered, approximately two thirds of those votes were for President Donald Trump.

The memory cards unearthed in the three counties add up to over 1,400 net votes for Trump, closing his gap with Biden from 14,156 minus 12,753.

Georgia’s Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger blamed the problem on Floyd County election officials failing to upload votes from a memory card in a ballot-scanning machine.

In Douglas county Georgia, another memory card was found with uncounted votes. The card had 128 votes from Trump, 156 for Biden, 7 for Jorgensen, and 2 under votes.  This would give a net gain of 28 votes for Biden in the batch.

In Georgia’s DeKalb County hand count, a batch of votes was found that was labeled 10,707 for Joe Biden and 13 for President Donald Trump. The actual count for the batch was 1,081 for Biden and 13 for Trump.

“An improbable margin even by Dekalb standards,” Chairman of the Georgia Republican Party David Shafer wrote on twitter Wednesday.

Brendan Keefe, Chief Investigator at Atlanta’s WXIA’s 11Alive, erroneously claimed that the original machine count got it right. Corrected on the spot. No conspiracy or change in outcome or margin. No ‘extra’ votes added, Keefe wrote on twitter.

Shafer responded saying “this is not accurate, and that it was discovered by a Republican monitor after two official counters signed off on the erroneous count.” Shafer claims that it took an argument and hours of recounting to correct the error. Shafer also says that no one knows if this error will change the final vote tally as the audit has not yet been completed.

“We have no idea whether either the first or second hand count matches the original machine count because audit has not been completed,” Shafer tweeted in response to NBC contributor Dave Wasserman.  Wasserman, who is also the U.S. House editor of the Cook Political Report and amateur pollster, has been wrong on every effectively prediction he has made leading up to the election.

In Wisconsin, sources within Milwaukee County law enforcement told Investigative journalist Jim Piwowarczyk, that a flash drive which contained crucial absentee voter information was briefly lost during the early morning hours of Wednesday November 4th, as the world waited for Wisconsin to reveal its ballot counts.

President Trump held a substantial lead in votes, as well as in the betting markets in Wisconsin, Michigan, Georgia, and Pennsylvania, until overnight batches of ballots were discovered in those states.  

According to NBC News on election day before the polls opened, In Michigan, Republicans led 41% to 39% in Mail-in Ballots requested. Republicans also led 42% to 39% with Mail-in and in-person ballots returned.

In Wisconsin on election day before the polls opened, Republicans led Mail-in Ballots requested 43% to 35%, and Mail-in and early in-person ballots returned 43% to 35%. Almost ALL of the ballots found, while most in the country were sleeping, after they officials stated they would stop counting, were for Joe Biden.

In Arizona where the election remains at a razor thin margin, and some analysts say might flip back to Trump, Republicans led there as well on election day.

Republicans led in mail-in ballots requested and mail-in and early early in-person ballots returned at by an even bigger percentage in Georgia than Arizona.

 

The final outcomes of the many recounts and audits is unclear.  What is becoming abundantly clear however, is that our election system, with no real national standards to follow, is a complete mess.

Georgia is just one of the many examples of this.