Lawsuit Reveals 2020 Absentee Ballot Results in Fulton County Were PHYSICALLY IMPOSSIBLE, Files Were Modified
It’s been a while since we’ve been able to bring any good news about the election results from 2020.
Well, I guess you could call it good news in the sense that people are still working at exposing the scam that took place in November 2020.
Fulton County was one of the biggest problems with the entire election. We saw the shift from President Trump dominating the red state, to actually go blue for the first time in nearly 30 years back when they voted for Bill Clinton. And let’s be honest, at that time Bill Clinton made sense.
Prior to that, it was Jimmy Carter and the only reason they voted for him was because he was from Georgia. There is no way that Joe Biden was favored by Georgians.
Now, a lawsuit is helping further expose the corruption that took place in showing that what Fulton County claims happened was physically impossible.
The manual shows the machine has a maximum capability of scanning up to 140 document sheets per minute, or roughly 2.3 pages per second. This rate is based on scanning standard 8 ½ X 11-inch paper. The absentee ballots are more than one and a half times this length at 18 inches long.
Using the State Farm Arena surveillance video, a group of professionals analyzing the data measured the actual realized scan times which averaged approximately 80 seconds per batch (under perfect conditions with no paper jams or complications). Which equates to approximately 1.25 ballots per second.
However, the image timestamps show something different. Below is a spreadsheet of sample data that has the timestamp of each ballot image as it was created. This information came from Fulton County and was produced in the court case above.
So as you can see, it really was impossible based on the capability of the machines to be able to scan this many ballots in this period of time.