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    Ex Dominion Employee Drops Bombshell About ‘Secret Meeting’

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    Recent primary elections in Georgia necessitated a recertifying process due to an unusually high number of wins for certifying and proceeding to the next round of the process.

    Michelle Long Spears, according to local Atlanta CBS News, recently informed officials of a concern in the DeKalb County Commissioner District 2 campaign on the Wednesday following the primary election. Spears noted that she received no votes at over a dozen precincts, including the one where she cast her ballot.

    After a manual recount and a series of technical difficulties, county officials have announced a postponement in the general primary election’s certification. The county did not identify the nature of the problems, but stated that it is collaborating with the Georgia Secretary of State to determine the root cause.

    Strange things are occurring in Georgia, which shouldn’t come as much of a surprise given the 2020 election. However, I digress.

    The story of the anomalies of 2022 has not escaped the notice of independent media, which are the only ones to pay attention to crucial information while lapdog media conceals suspicious conduct. Check out this:

    Ex-employee of Dominion has Fulton County “Re-Certify” Primary Results in a Secret Meeting!

    Officials in Fulton County vote to certify election results without having any of the results in hand.

    Emerald Robinson revealed the entire truth:

    Ex-employee of Dominion has Fulton County “Re-Certify” Primary Results in a Secret Meeting!
    Officials in Fulton County vote to certify election results without having any of the results in hand.

    In Fulton County and DeKalb County, the Georgia primary elections have plunged into turmoil, with Dominion Voting System devices at the center of both controversies.

    In fact, a former employee of Dominion Voting Systems named Dominic Olomo appeared at an emergency election meeting (on a Sunday!) in Fulton County to announce that “discrepancies” in Dominion machines compelled him to “recertify” the results of the primary election without any vote totals to verify!

    More on this story via The Republic Brief:

    From Emerald’s research:

    Fulton County’s election board required no numbers, no data, nothing to “re-certify” their primary results— they just took the word of Dominic Olomo. Can you believe the stupidity on display here? (For more details on this corrupt Fulton County meeting, read these great articles here and here.) Fulton County simply voted to certify election results without having any of the election results.

    This is banana republic stuff. Read more…

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