After reporting that the vote count in Fulton County, Georgia, was already at 88%, election officials informed a local media outlet on Sunday, Nov. 29, that Dominion Voting Systems’s recently acquired mobile server was blocked and thus suspended the third official count of the presidential vote for an indefinite period. 

The controversy over electoral fraud in Georgia seems to be endless. After the third recount began because of repeated reports of systematic vote theft in favor of Democratic candidate Joe Biden, election authorities unexpectedly announced on Sunday that the recount would be suspended indefinitely after a Dominion Voting Systems mobile server was blocked.

“Technicians from Dominion have been sent to resolve the problem,” Fulton County officials said in a statement reported by WXIA-TV, a local affiliate of NBC. “The Georgia secretary of state’s office has also been alerted to the issue and is aware of efforts to resolve the problem.

Fulton County officials told the media that the fault was a failure of the newly purchased Dominion mobile server. 

The report said about 88% of the ballots in Fulton, the largest county in the state of Georgia, have been counted and the recount could resume on Monday if the problem is fixed. The deadline for completing the recount is December 2.  

Dominion, a leading voting machine company whose products were used in many states during the last election, is the focus of election fraud allegations against President Trump today. 

Sidney Powell, one of the attorneys leading the allegations, filed a federal lawsuit alleging widespread voter fraud in Georgia, saying that state officials, including Gov. Brian Kemp, were bribed to be part of a partnership with the Dominion firm to tilt the election in favor of Democratic candidate Joe Biden.

The number of complaints about irregularities during the elections in Georgia has not stopped rising. Lin Wood, one of the lawyers handling the Georgia lawsuits, was optimistic that he has enough evidence to prove fraud in court. As reported by The BL.

On election night, President Trump had nearly 40,000 votes over his Democratic rival Joe Biden in the state of Georgia. As reported in a timely manner by The Gateway Pundit , mysteriously in Fulton County, authorities announced that they would stop the vote count until the next day due to a broken water pipe at the State Farm Arena.

In light of the information provided by authorities, Republican observers withdrew from the facility. Despite the information, a few hours later the Democrats restarted the recount again and when they made the next report, the results had mysteriously been reversed, and the Democratic candidate was ahead of President Trump in the number of votes. 

This report was followed by multiple lawsuits for various irregularities such as the fact that Republican observers were not allowed to see the absentee voting process, numerous double voters, out-of-state voters, cases of intimidation and vote switching, and the suspicious figure of 100% of Fulton’s military early voters voting for Joe Biden.

All of these allegations led him to assert to President Trump’s lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, that the vote count in Georgia is no guarantee of anything at all, because a large portion of the votes being counted are not legitimate.

“Whatever the recount in Georgia today (Thursday, November 19), it is totally ridiculous. They are counting the same fraudulent ballots again,” Giuliani said.

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