BREAKING: One Million Absentee Ballots Days Before the 2020 Election Knowing There Was No Time to Mail Them Out – Why?
Wow! This is a huge problem.
Once again, it’s not enough to prove fraud per se, but it is another nail in the coffin that shows that the Democrats were up to no good during the election.
Days before the 2020 presidential election, over 1 million absentee ballots were ordered from the printer, Runbeck, which is an Arizona company. Conveniently enough, they supplied ballots for both Georgia and Arizona.
But the odd thing is, why would they order so many absentee ballots just days before an election if they knew that they wouldn’t be mailed out in time?
With just 10 days until the November 3rd election, there was literally no way to sort, prepare, fold, stuff and mail out the ballots before the election. Especially considering there were no envelopes ordered. This fact alone removes any possibility that they intended to mail the ballots.
After sharing the Runbeck ballot order quote with others in search of answers, one of them posted it on Twitter, to which Gabriel Sterling responded:
“They got hit by COVID. They was concern [sic] they couldn’t do logic & accuracy testing of the equipment. As a plan C, they ordered enough emergency ballots in case they had to do handmarked at all polling locations. They didn’t. They ordered ballots were known & in view [email protected] time.”
Sterling’s explanation doesn’t pass the smell test for another reason. According to the Secretary of State’s website, Fulton County’s total number of ALL votes cast in the general election (including absentee, early and election day voting) was 528,777. One week before the ballot order, on October 8th, Fulton County Elections Director, Rick Barron, reported to the Fulton County Board of Elections that 183,915 ballots had already been mailed to Fulton County voters. Therefore, even if the court had ruled against the Secretary of State and prohibited the machines from being used, Fulton County would have only needed little more than a third of the 1,058,210 ballots to accommodate every single voter.
Another thing…why did no other Georgia counties order these massive numbers of ballots if this was a potential problem for all of the equipment?
Once again, too much coincidence is no coincidence.