This comment is from “An American:”
On Thursday morning she told the paper that the numbers being off was due to bullet voting, but the paper is now reporting that on Wednesday night she was called by Jack Franks who told her something was off and she acknowledged that night that there was an anomaly.
So, at best, she lied to the press and to the voters about the nature of the problem.
She also said the early voting numbers had been included as of Tuesday night, but later in the article it says numbers were not inserted and timestamped until 12:32 p.m. on Thursday.
And why was this?
According to Jack it was due to “computer programming.”
What kind of computer programming would count a ballot for a total but not record the actual votes?
And did her staff even bother to do a test run of this to see how it would work before the election?
Also, the numbers were initially 24,000 off and they say it was fixed after early voting was counted (even though it sort of was counted, but apparently the candidates weren’t counted?), but the early voting numbers were over 33,000.
Why don’t those numbers match?
So if 24,000 of the 33,000 early votes were not counted, how come the other ones were?
The explanation does not work.
There are major concerns that still need to be addressed. I don’t see any politicians or the media doing their job.