Georgia ballot recounters are calling multiple President Donald Trump ballots for Joe Biden, Project Veritas reported in a new undercover video.
The video is available here.
“Project Veritas has insiders in the Georgia recount that are catching votes wrongfully attributed to Biden,” said the journalism institute’s founder, James O’Keefe.
O’Keefe tweeted, “BREAKING: Georgia Recount Auditors Call Multiple Ballots For @JoeBiden That Were Actually Marked For @realDonaldTrump #RiggedRecounts ‘The second person was supposed to be checking it right, three times in three minutes she called out Biden.’”
— James O'Keefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) November 16, 2020
The video shows a witness being interviewed on Saturday. His name is Hale Soucie, a Republican National Committee monitor. Regarding two recount officials, he says, “So three times in three minutes, she called out Biden. The second auditor caught it and she said, ‘No, this is Trump.’”
The witness questioned whether the second auditor caught the error every time. The table was for Cobb County votes.
Soucie says he then went to another table for Cobb County ballots because one official was reading ballots off and the one helping her was not checking.
The witness says he reported the auditors to officials, who said they spoke to the auditors. However, the witness says when he walked by one of those auditors again, she was not doing things right. She then began looking at ballots in a melodramatic fashion.
Many auditors began staring at him and talking, he says. As he walked by that one auditor again, she said, “I’m paid by the taxpayer and this (expletive) is coming out and watching me,” the witness said.
Some of the people watching Georgia’s recount are employees of Democratic Ex-President Jimmy Carter’s foundation, The Tennessee Star reported on Tuesday. It is not known, however, if those people were at this recount center.
Republican Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger’s office accredited The Carter Center to monitor the recount but would not allow Trump’s team to monitor them.
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Editors note: Neil McCabe, The Tennessee Star and Star News Network National Correspondent, also serves as a contract communications manager for Project Veritas.