The evidence just keeps piling up.
Edison Analysis - BIDEN Takes 98% Of A 23,487 Vote Batch At 12:18 AM - At The Same Time Georgia Ballot Counter Was Filmed Allegedly Pulling Out Suitcases Of Ballots In Georgia – Right Journalism
William Stringer, using the handle Endeez, thinks he found a bombshell with Biden taking a minimum of 98% of a 23,487 vote batch at 12:18 am. The author of the clip asks people to watch the first minute. He believes he has found fraud.Biden’s lead in Georgia is only 12,781 votes.“This analysis is based on official timestamped election night data from Edison Research which was obtained from the NYT website,” Endeez writes. Endeez continues:This batch of 23,487 votes went, at an absolute minimum accounting for all decimal places, 97.9779% for Biden.This batch was uploaded at 12:18 AM EST on Nov 4 (election results began the evening of Nov 3).This is not a case of updating one candidate at a time; we can see from looking at the surrounding batches that Trump did not receive any corresponding entries.According to official data released by the state of Georgia, the county in which Biden received the highest percentage of total absentee by mail votes was Dekalb County at 86.39%.That makes this batch of votes extremely suspect, even if every single allowance is made with the minimum number of votes gained and assuming it’s 100% mail-in from the most heavily D county.The ballots that comprised this batch should and must be obtained and independently audited (i.e. not by city officials) as soon as possible.Video below: LinkThis is the count that was entered into the system while the infamous video from the Georgia hearing was being recorded.Footage of State Farm Arena in Atlanta shows that after poll monitors and media were told counting was done, four workers stayed behind to count ballots, at times pulling out suitcases containing ballots from underneath desks.Our team has estimated that each of the suitcases could contain about 6,000 ballots, for a total of 24,000, which is almost exactly the amount dumped at 12:18AM.Allegedly a broken water pipe at the ballot processing site at State Farm arena caused a delay in Fulton County’s ability to process thousands of absentee-by-mail votes on election night.As we reported before no repair orders or work orders or invoices from a plumber associated with this “burst pipe” were provided. Nothing.As the GP reported the woman that was wearing a purple shirt made a mistake and left her purse on her desk advertising her business.Her name is Ruby Freeman.Her T-shirt says “Lady Ruby” and her purse says, “LaRuby” which is her company.Her company is called “LaRuby’s Unique Treasures.”Printscreen of her Linkedin page:Ruby was wearing a different shirt but had the same purse by her side.As a reminder, the security footage correlates with affidavits of witness and the data dumps correlate too. This is not good for all of us.After the hearngs Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp said he wants a signature audit from his secretary of state.The Republican, who has been criticized by President Trump for his handling of the election, told host Laura Ingraham in a Fox News town hall that he was troubled after hearings before Georgia Senate panels on Thursday in which attorneys working with the president’s legal team revealed surveillance video they claim shows ballot-counting irregularities at State Farm Arena in Atlanta.“I called early on for a signature. Obviously, the secretary of state, per the laws in the Constitution, would have to order that. He has not done that. I think it should be done,” Kemp said of Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.“I think especially what we saw today, it raises more questions. There needs to be transparency on that. I would again call for that. I think in the next 24 hours, hopefully, we will see a lot more from the hearings that the legislature had today, and we will be able to look and see what the next steps are,” he added.Let me ask you this. Do you believe there to be any irregularities in votes for Trump or do you pretend those voters are a angelic? I’m just trying to get a feel for your black and white thinking.
And yet, we have no videos of Republicans with suitcases full of ballots, claiming counting is "over" until the poll watchers leave. Joe Stole It. You know it, I know it, the American People Know It.They're the ones that've been trying to steal the election that Biden won fair and square...
The video showed a large room with poll observers deliberately cordoned off from any meaningful observation. Shortly before 10:00 P.M., one of the poll workers — a black woman with eye-catching long, blond braids — approached the observers, and, not long after that, with apparent reluctance, the observers filed away, vacating the room a little before 11 P.M.
At 11:00, with the room ostensibly shut down and the observers gone, the remaining poll workers suddenly sprang into action, dragging rolling suitcases out from under a table. They took ballots out of those suitcases and spent the next two hours scanning them, at a rate of about 3,000 ballots per hour per scanner.
At 10:00 P.M., comes from the lower-right-hand video monitor. The red arrow points to the Republican observers in the far corner of a large room. Not only do they have, at best, an extremely limited view of the tables near them, but they are also nowhere near the tables where the real action Is taking place. The green arrow points in the direction of the pivotal tables, which aren't visible on this shot:
Shortly before 11:00, the observers are gone, and the tables seen in the lower right-hand image are cleared:
The action shifts to the upper right-hand corner of the video. At 10:57, these desks are still piled with paper. You can see people clustered in the upper-right-hand corner, presumably getting directions from the lady with the blond braids:
At 11:00, everyone gets busy. A woman with a yellow shirt drags to her desk a rolling suitcase that she had just retrieved from under the long, black table:
Immediately after that, the woman with the blond braids retrieves another suitcase from under the table:
And next, a man in the red shirt retrieves a third suitcase from under the table:
The video shows that, for almost two hours, these workers counted the ballots they'd retrieved from the suitcases. The machines can process roughly 3,000 ballots per hour, and there were multiple machines at work during those two unsupervised hours.
These surveillance videos show us in real time, the theft of a presidential election.