BREAKING: Atlanta Water Main Break on Election Night Never Happened!
Do you remember on election night when Atlanta halted their counting?
Do you happen to remember what the reason was that they stopped?
Supposedly, it was because there was a water main break which led to the delay in the counting.
This came at a time when President Trump was still dominating the vote count in Georgia. I went to bed that night fully expecting President Trump to win the election, which I still believe that he will, but when I woke up, he was behind and ultimately lost the state of Georgia.
I grew up in Georgia, I know Georgians, and I know that it’s a red state. Yes, Georgia has voted Democrat in the past and honestly, those were understandable situations. Georgia voted for Bill Clinton in 1992 and prior to that voted for Jimmy Carter who was from Georgia.
Even former President Obama was unable to win in Georgia even after seeing a big spike in 2008.
There is too much at stake for Georgians to give up their freedom and their firearms and vote for Joe Biden. Biden is arguable the worst candidate that the Democrats have put forth in a very long time, even worse than Hillary Clinton, yet they want us to believe that he legitimately won the state? I’m not believing that for a second.
Rant over…back to the water main break…it never happened.
An attorney in Georgia attempted to get some more information about the water main break, here was his request:
Please accept this correspondence (and the attached letter) as a request for production and inspection of records under the Georgia Open Records Act, O.C.G.A. § 50-18-70, et seq. (the “Act”). Please produce, for inspection and copying, the following records:
• ALL “Public records” related to the burst pipe at State Farm Arena that occurred on or about November 3, 2020, which impacted the counting of ballots by Fulton County authorities, including and not limited to internal and external communications with any person(s), communications with Fulton Co. Board of Registrations and Elections, memoranda, notes, work orders, requisitions, invoices, repair records, and all other public records.
This request is intended to be as comprehensive as possible and should be interpreted as broadly as the law allows, in accordance with the Act, and shall encompass records in paper form and any electronic and digital format. I look forward to your prompt response as soon as the records are available for inspection and copying but in no event more than three (3) business days following your receipt of this request, as required by the Act.
He then sent a text message to the Senior Vice President of the Atlanta Hawks, Geoffrey Stiles. You’re not going to believe the response he got.
He texted: “I just heard a water pipe burst at SFA that will cause vote count delay. Has this affected the AFCRA office? I think they were counting votes next door.”
Stiles texted back: “No sir – it was highly exaggerated – it was a slow leak that cause about an hour and a half delay”
“We contained it quickly – it did not spread – we just wanted to protect the equipment”