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Meer as 2,600 ongetelde stembriewe wat in die graafskap Georgia opgegrawe is: verslag doen
Meer as 2,600 stembriewe in Floyd County van Georgia wat nie getel is nie, is onlangs gevind tydens 'n vertelling in die staat vir die 2020 presidentsverkiesing, volgens berigte.
Die minister van Buitelandse Sake, Georgia, Brad Raffensperger, het die probleem die skuld gegee aan die verkiesingsbeamptes van Floyd County wat nie stemme van 'n geheuekaart in 'n stembusskanderingstoestel kon laai nie..
Die 2,600 voorheen ongetelde stembriewe in die land was die belangrikste kwessie wat tot dusver in die herproses ontdek is. Die voorsitter van die Republikeinse Party van die Floyd County, Luke Martin, het die ongeluk 'aangaande' genoem, maar daarop aangedring dat dit 'nie 'n wydverspreide probleem is nie'.
'Ek is bly die oudit het dit onthul, en dit is belangrik dat alle stemme getel word,”Het Martin die Atlanta-Journal Grondwet.
Ander provinsies het tot dusver nog nie ontelbare stembriewe gevind nie, met hervertellingsyfers wat ooreenstem met hul oorspronklike getalle, Raffensperger gesê.
Alhoewel President Trump het verklaar beweer kiesersbedrog, die verklaarde stembriewe sal waarskynlik min doen om die gaping van 14 000 stemme met President-Elect te verklein Joe Biden. CLICK HERE FOR MORE FROM OUR TOP STORY.
In ander ontwikkelings:
– Trump seizes on local Nevada race to raise suspicions of wider problem.
– Hannity slams Georgia GOP gov, staatsekretaris oor hervertelling van 'dekreet': They ‘seem completely clueless.’
– Turley: Trump election challenges ‘long on allegations and rather short on evidence.’
– Kelley Paul says DC violence of Trump supporters ‘brings back awful memories,’ calls out ‘media bias.’
– CNN’s Brian Stelter skips Jeffrey Toobin’s firing from New Yorker, MSNBC se Jon Meacham snafu op mediaskou.
– Washington Post editorial board calls to ‘abolish the Electoral College.’
Bill Hemmer noem die media 'liefdesfees’ na 'n ander perskonferensie van Biden
Fox News anchor Bill Hemmer called out the reporters for their questioning of President-elect Joe Biden.
Maandag, Biden made remarks about how his administration will handle the economy but then took a handful of questions from pre-selected reporters, which were mostly focused on President Trump and his refusal to concede the election.
Die “Bill Hemmer verslae” anchor offered his reaction immediately after Biden left the podium.
“You’ve been watching to what amounts to a bit of a love fest here between the media,” Hemmer told viewers.
During a panel discussion with Washington Post columnist Marc Thiessen and Democratic strategist Mo Elleithee, Hemmer offered a sampling of what was asked by reporters.
“By my count, Marc, here were the questions: If the president doesn’t give up, what are you gonna do?” Hemmer said. “One reporter called it ‘unprecedented blocking of the transition plans.’ … Another question: Will you get the vaccination? What did you think about the president’s tweet on Saturday? Another question as to whether or not families should get together for Turkey Day.”
Reporters have long been criticized for how they questioned the then-Democratic candidate on the campaign trail, specifically when Biden was asked what flavor ice cream he got at a campaign stop instead of being pressed about the controversy surrounding his son Hunter Biden. KLIK HIER VIR MEER.
In ander ontwikkelings:
– Biden’s campaign manager headed to White House as deputy chief of staff.
– Jake Tapper deletes tweet boasting how CNN journalists ‘survived’ die 2020 verkiesing.
– Biden says public health experts recommend 10 people max at Thanksgiving gatherings.
– Laura Ingraham shares ‘hard truth’ with Biden: Insulting Trump supporters will ‘only incite more violence.’
– Biden denounces ‘all acts of violence‘ after attacks on Trump supporters at MAGA rally; Pelosi silent.
– Trump swipes at DeWine after GOP governor’s comments on Biden transition.
– Sy. Susan Collins says voters rejected Bernie Sanders’ ‘far-left agenda’, calls for moderate compromise.
California authorities insist people stay home — intussen, they’re escaping to lavish getaway in Hawaii
Kalifornië lawmakers are reportedly descending on a week-long policy conference in Hawaii as the Golden State urges its citizens to refrain from travel and indoor gatherings.
Volgens die San Francisco Chronicle, the Independent Voter Project (IVP), which is hosting the conference, declined to name the fewer than 20 wetgewers, who collectively came from California, Texas, and Washington.
The conference is taking place at the Fairmont Kea Lani in Maui, where rooms reportedly run $ 600 and over per night, with policy discussions and “schmoozing” with corporate sponsors, the Chronicle said Monday. Its website says the event is four days long and the purpose “is to provide a setting, away from the Capitol, for elected officials and a diverse group of industry experts to consider policy matters in a nonpartisan manner.”
News of the event came just days after the California Department of Public Health issued a travel advisory, urging residents to stay home and not to leave their “region.”
“Californians are encouraged to stay home or in their region and avoid non-essential travel to other states or countries,” reads the advisory from Friday. “Avoiding travel can reduce the risk of virus transmission and bringing the virus back to California.” It also recommends people returning to California to quarantine for 14 days after arrival.
The Hawaii conference was just the latest to raise questions about how politicians spent their time while directing citizens to isolate themselves. Byvoorbeeld, Goewerneur. Gavin Newsom came under fire after attending a dinner party with his wife on Nov. 6. The gathering included at least a dozen people and took place at an upscale restaurant in Napa Valley. KLIK HIER VIR MEER.
In ander ontwikkelings:
– Tucker Carlson: The elites want COVID-19 lockdowns to usher in a ‘Great Reset’ en dit sou jou vreesaanjaend maak.
– Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds orders limited mask mandate, new COVID-19 business restrictions.
– Goewerneur. Newsom imposes new coronavirus restrictions after apologizing for breaking his own rules to attend party.
– Trump-adviseur dr. Scott Atlas clarifies ‘staan op‘ twiet ná terugslag van Biden, Goewerneur van Michigan.
– NY Gov. Cuomo ripped for telling others to admit mistakes amid COVID-19 nursing home deaths.
– New York county says it won’t enforce Cuomo’s limit on Thanksgiving gatherings.
– ‘Goeie dokter’ ster Richard Schiff, 65, gehospitaliseer with coronavirus.
– Operation Warp Speed scientific chief hails ‘exhilarating‘ news of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.
VANDAG SE MOET-LEES:
– President Trump sought options to retaliate against Iran’s nuclear program, amptenare bevestig.
– How Obama-era budget controls have hurt US military readiness against growing China, Rusland, Iran threats.
– Author accuses Target of caving to ‘woke activists‘ by briefly pulling book deemed ‘transphobic’ on Twitter.
– Coronavirus mask protocol sparks testy exchange between Sen. Sullivan en Sen. Bruin.
– Ryan Reynolds remembers the last time he spoke to Alex Trebek: ‘Absolutely gut-wrenching.’
– Orkaan Iota, Kategorie 4 storm, makes landfall on Nicaragua coast.
– Antifa-aligned group cheers alleged arson at police officer’s home, Twitter laat twiet toe.
– 50 Cent addresses Trump support debacle, word deur Chelsea Handler uitgeroep: ‘Whatever she says is fine.’
– Antonio Brown allegedly destroyed security camera in wild temper tantrum.
DIE NUUTSTE VAN FOX BUSINESS:
– California considering statewide curfew amid COVID-19 surge, Goewerneur. Newsom says.
– Warren Buffett’s Berkshire invests in four Big Pharma companies.
– Elon Musk’s Tesla joining the S&P 500.
– Congress faces tight deadline for coronavirus relief, spending deals.
– Universeel, Cinemark reach deal to allow films to premiere on-demand early.
– San Fran mayor asks people if it’s ‘worth it‘ to celebrate Thanksgiving.
– Obama wishes he had been tougher on China, labels Big Tech liability protections ‘untenable ‘
Fox News host Sean Hannity criticized Georgia GOP officials on Monday as the Peach State continues a hand recount of presidential ballots.
“I don’t think it’s brain surgery to figure out that there should only be one standard for every person who votes in Georgia,” Hannity said. “They should be checking signatures against the same database that Election Day voters had to meet with those that requested mailing ballots,” hy het gesê. “It’s that simple.”
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