According to a new report from Just The News, at least 36 memory cards were “prematurely removed” from Dominion voting machines in the Atlanta area.

What a bombshell report.

Just The News: 

Dominion Voting Systems issued a warning to Georgia officials prior to the 2020 election that memory cards might need to be removed from vote tabulation machines prior to the end of the election to deal with a limitation in its system, according to records obtained by Just the News through an open-records request.

Officials acknowledged Thursday at least 36 memory cards had to be prematurely removed from vote tabulating machines in the Atlanta area that had reached counting limits. The cards were stored in a locked cabinet until polls closed, officials said.

Dominion, which has fiercely defended its technology since Election Day, issued the “customer advisory” on Oct. 26, according to a “bulletin” sent to county election officials from Georgia Elections Division Director Chris Harvey. The memo was obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request from Just the News to Fulton County, home to Atlanta, Georgia’s largest city.

“Dominion Voting released a customer advisory yesterday stating that when an ImageCast Precinct (ICP) Tabulator reaches approximately 10,000 ballots cast for a single election, a message will appear that reads, ‘Maximum Ballot Capacity Reached’,” Harvey wrote in the memo.

Here are the statements from both the Georgia Secretary of State and an official with Dominion: 

The Secretary of State’s office declined to comment on the state’s implementation of Dominion’s memory card directives, though the office said it had gone to significant lengths to ensure the integrity of both Dominion’s machines and the election in general. 

An official with Dominion, meanwhile, on Thursday evening gave a statement via email through Fulton County spokeswoman Regina Waller. 

“Due to the amount of races that were on the November 2020 ballot and the large number of early voting polling sites that we have in Fulton County, the Dominion ICX scanner had the memory to hold ballot images of about 5,000 ballots,” the official said. “After my staff and I did the test to confirm that the max was 5,000 ballots, we consulted upper management and made the determination that we would swap out memory cards at 3,000 ballots. We swapped out memory cards 36 times during the early voting period.

“For security, each set of memory cards was placed in a secure memory card bag that was locked and sealed and then placed in a locked cabinet,” the official continued. “The memory cards were locked in the cabinet until election night after the polls closed at 7pm. At this time the cabinet was unlocked, the seals were broken on each bag and each memory card was uploaded into the Election Management System for tabulation.”

Unbelievable.

This is just more reason for a full investigation.

Just The News also reminded us about the memory card issues that arose in Georgia(these are just the ones we know): 

In Walton County, Ga., officials discovered a memory card with nearly 300 votes on it several weeks after the election.

Around the same time, officials discovered a memory card with a similar number of votes in Douglas County.

In Fayette County, authorities found a memory card with over 2,700 votes on it, while in Floyd County officials found one memory card with 2,600 votes uncounted.

Make sure to read the entire Just The News article. You can click above or right here.

So, this raises more questions:

The memory card procedures weren’t all that secure. How could we have 3 separate instances of memory cards being misplaced? Are there any more memory cards that were lost?

According to the manual, Dominion machines are full after 10,000 ballots. Yet, these machines filled up after 5,000. They then decided to cut it at 3,000 votes per memory card. Were more votes added? It is unclear.

One thing is for sure. We need a full investigation into what happened.

Vote tabulation data shows a massive spike in votes for Joe Biden during the time poll workers were told to leave yet some stayed behind to count votes for two hours.


This is just another example of how bombshell this video is.

It raises a lot of questions:

Why is it that the most votes were tabulated during this time?

Why was it that they were so overwhelmingly for Biden?

There seems to be enough votes cast during this time to flip the state.

Video footage from a Georgia Tabulation center has been released showing suitcases full of ballots being pulled out from under the table after poll workers were told to leave by supervisors.

Ballots were then counted.


More on it:


National Pulse:

Despite orders for poll watchers to depart the counting facility, four individuals stayed behind to pull the suitcases out from underneath the table and continued counting the contents inside.

The video, according to the individual explaining the footage during the Georgia Senate Judiciary subcommittee election hearing, shows that the same person who hid the four suitcases ordered poll watchers to leave “under the pretense that we’re going to stop counting.”

Looks like the no evidence of fraud crowd is in trouble.

Every day we get better and better evidence.

Key Points:

-Ballots in Georgia were hidden in suitcases

-Ballots were counted after Poll Workers were told to leave by supervisors

-The estimated votes counted would be enough to overturn the election(According to the commentator)

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