BIG DICK ENERGY PEDES!!!
I came across this "fact check" of the suitcase video. In, they claim that nobody was told to leave and this claim is false.
Strange. If nobody was told to leave, why did ABC News report on election night that everybody was sent home at 10:30 pm?
And this is exactly what we see on video, everybody leaving at 10:30 pm. If nobody was told to leave, why did everybody just seeming get the same idea all at once to leave suddenly?
The "fact check" also claims that the "suitcases" that were pulled out from under the table were empty. Oh really? Is this why on video you can see people pulling large white squares which look an awful lot like stacks of papers OUT of the suitcases and places them on the table? Hard to do that if the suticase is empty. So these folks are also magicians?
Finally, this paragraph:
"A state election board monitor, who asked for his name not to be used due to safety concerns, told Lead Stories on the phone on December 3, 2020, that he was present at the vote counting location beginning at 11:52 p.m., after leaving briefly at earlier in the evening. He then stayed until about 12:45 a.m., when the work that night was completed."
First of all, if you're state election board member, your name can't be withheld due to safety concerns. You're supposed to be a public official. Secondly, if people are putting their names in sworn affidavits and you are attempting to counter those, you can't do so ANONYMOUSLY. Third, this person isn't seen in the video. If he was there, WHERE IS HE?
Some fact check.
Folks, these people cannot keep their stories straight. A few days after the election, Fulton County Elections Director RICHARD BARRON told us the banning of GOP observers at the State Farm Arena was no big deal, because the ballot counters were still "under the supervision of a state observer."
This, unsurprisingly, turned out to be a lie. Today, Fulton County Elections Director Richard Barron told the Fulton County Election Board,
at about 11:15 they were fully scanning again, and once they were scanning Carter Jones, the State Election Board monitor, he told me 11:42 or 11:52 that he arrived.
This is well over ONE HOUR AFTER the ballots were pulled out from under the table. So OF COURSE the state election observer didn't see anything suspicious. HE WASN'T EVEN THERE!
Once the dirty ballots were pulled out they obviously would look like any other ballot, so the fact that the state observer arrived late undercuts EVERY SINGLE DENIAL they have made.