On Tuesday, radio show host John Fredricks stated that multiple voters in Georgia had called into his show to tell him that they were unable to cast their votes in the Georgia runoff election because they were told the voting machines were malfunctioning.
The callers claimed the poll workers told them to put their ballots in a box and they would be scanned later in the day. Keep in mind the malfunctions were reportedly in deep red counties.
The comments from Fredricks came during an interview with Steve Bannon on War Room Pandemic.
“Dominion machines in… 3 of the largest Republican precincts…are down…They are told they can’t scan their ballots because the machines don’t work…The pole workers are saying ‘When it’s fixed we’ll scan it for you’…There’s all kinds of red flags,” said Fredricks.
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More voters on Twitter also sounded the alarm.
“Just voted in Newton County Georgia,” said one Twitter user. “Heavy republican district.. When I went to place my printed ballot into the dominion machine, the poll worked said the scanner was broken and someone was coming to fix it, I placed it in the machine slot but not in the scanner.”
The voter later followed up, tweeting, “UPDATE. I called @GaRepublicans hotline and the guy said they are already hearing about these types of problems!”
One voter in Sandy Springs in Fulton County, “Just voted in #Georgia runoff & of course in heavily @GOP precinct at HeardsFerry—Sandy Springs #Dominion scanners “are down.” This means @TheDemocrats activist now will be in charge of scanning my vote for @sendavidperdue & @KLoeffler @BrianKempGA @KLoeffler @GabrielSterling”…