Georgia’s ‘voting system implementation manager’ Gabe Sterling Wednesday morning trashed President Trump and blamed him for the Republican Senate losses.
Sterling is not employed by the Georgia Secretary of State’s office. He is an independent contractor doing the dirty work for Dominion voting systems.
Gabe Sterling praised the Democrat party for their “hard work” in turning out 100,000 more voters for the runoff election than they did in November.
“While Republicans were busy attacking the governor and my boss, the Democrats were out there knocking on doors and getting people to turn out to vote,” Sterling said trashing Trump.
Warnock was declared the winner early Wednesday morning and Sterling said Ossoff will likely beat Perdue by a wide enough margin to avoid an automatic recount.
Gabe Sterling blames Trump for Republican Senate losses saying that while Republicans (Trump) were attacking election officials, Democrats were getting people out to vote. pic.twitter.com/hpv6gWYxet
— Sarah Reese Jones (@PoliticusSarah) January 6, 2021
The same election fraud we identified in November took place in the Georgia Senate runoff.
There were several reports of Dominion machines breaking down in heavily Republican precincts where the voters were told the elections officials will scan their ballots later.
Poll observers in Fulton County on Tuesday were being blocked by barriers.
Single individuals were scanning and adjudicating ballots without Republican observers at the World Congress Center.
Several Democrat precincts just stopped counting last night as the Republican candidates pulled ahead.
Scandal-plagued DeKalb County had to rescan advance ballots in Georgia’s senate race because of a “memory card issue.”
WE CAUGHT THEM Election fraud captured live in last night’s Senate election in Georgia pic.twitter.com/YWQL8hDsd8
— Catherine (@catherinedbay) January 6, 2021