At least 12 Republican State Senators in Georgia are calling on Mike Pence to delay the counting of the electoral votes.
They want a forensic audit done.
Republican state senators in Georgia started a push on Monday to delay the Jan. 6 counting of electoral votes. At least a dozen have signed a letter directed to Vice President Mike Pence asking him to officially delay the count—and the number is still growing.
“There’s about 16 or 18 of us now that signed this letter to the Vice President … asking him to delay the electoral vote for 10 to 12 days,” Sen. Brandon Beach told The Epoch Times.TrendingGOP Rep Wears “Trump Won” Mask To Swearing-In Ceremony
“We were going to get it to him tomorrow morning,” Beach said, adding that more Senators might still sign on.
Beach says that he is concerned about the integrity of the election. “People are saying yeah there is something here, there’s something that just doesn’t pass the smell test—that there was some irregularities, there was some impropriety going on in the voting process,” he said.Top 10 Movies
Ballots and voting machines need to be forensically audited, especially in Fulton county, said Beach. The biggest concerns he has relate to the State Farm Arena’s vote-tabulation center in Atlanta. It appears that a state election monitor was absent for a part of the counting process and that Republican poll watchers were led to believe the counting was over when it in fact wasn’t.
This isn’t over.
Why are they so scared of these audits?
It is up to Pence now.
President Trump is showing no signs of backing down.
During his rally for both Georgia senate candidates, he said that Democrats were “not taking this White House”.
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