Aric Thompson, the official photographer for Kamala Harris has become a focal point in the election in Floyd County Georgia. You see, Thompson was a vote counter in Floyd County, Georgia. That is the same Floyd County where 3,000 votes that favored President Trump were never counted.
By law Thompson was not legally allowed to count the votes because he worked for the Biden/Harris campaign.
When you volunteer to count votes, you are asked if you were a candidate or worked for a candidate on the ballot. If you answer yes to either, you are automatically refused.
Therefore, Thompson must have answered no. He broke election law. His job was operating a Dominion Voting tabulator. The worst of both worlds.
By the way, a judge in Georgia has ordered all the voting machines to be sequestered. The state is currently working on a new recount. This one is different. They will be comparing signatures on the votes to their registration form. If they don’t match, the vote gets tossed out. This will favor President Trump.
Most of Biden’s alleged votes were mail in ballots.
Among others, this blatant conflict of interest and violation of campaign law stands out as highly suspicious. This campaign staffer was more than just a general election worker. Aric Thompson managed to get into a closed room overnight and ran a Dominion tabulation machine for hours. Notably, Georgia’s recount turned up 3,055 uncounted ballots. How can the public trust a partisan operative to stay neutral while unattended with ballots in such an important swing state?
A signature audit is coming to Georgia. The audit is likely to favor President Trump. It’s not certain if the rejection rate of ballots will be high enough to change the election results in the state. All indications are that ballots rejected in a signature audit will favor the President because mail in voting was a core element of the Democratic candidate, Joe Biden’s, campaign. The exceedingly low rejection rate from this years results are used as projections for where the new rejection rate will likely be after the audit is complete. This net loss of mail in votes is expected to be substantial.
The result of the election is not finalized and the voting for the Electoral College will be held on December 14th.
If neither candidate reaches 270 electoral votes, it goes to the House of Representatives. In that case Trump wins because Republicans control 26 state delegations to the Democrats 23. Each state gets one vote regardless of its size.