Just about ten days before the general election, more than one million blank absentee votes were submitted in Fulton County, Georgia, according to election officials.
They would not have enough time to fold their ballots, pack their envelopes, and ship their ballots in time to vote in the election. The fact that they did not order envelopes indicates that this was not the case. Even Biden’s deceased admirers must be perplexed by the current state of affairs.
In addition to Georgia, Maricopa County in Arizona got ballots from Runbeck, the same corporation that supplied ballots to the citizens of that state. Are absentee ballots bought in Maricopa County, Arizona, purchased late as well? Not sure if anybody has checked into how many things were bought and shipped out, but I suspect they have.
Clean ballots being inserted into the tabulators would undoubtedly provide an explanation to election officials. Given the potential that Brad Raffensperger was previously aware of the situation, it is unlikely that he will launch an inquiry into the subject.
There is clear doubt that Runbeck rigged the election by giving hundreds of votes to a single individual. This is the same individual that concocted the hoax narrative about the fictitious water leak in the basement in the first place. Is it possible that he just bought time in order to give Biden an advantage? Again, I’m not sure, but it seems to be a good idea to learn more about it to be on the safe side.
On election night, President Trump had a substantial lead in swing states, and all of those states had late-night ballot dumps, which would have occurred at a time when they would have known how many votes they needed to defeat President Obama in the polls.
According to The Gateway Pundit, it has been stated that:
Brian Runbeck is employed by the firm that he started, as previously noted. Runbeck Election Services’ Client Services Manager/Project Manager and Production Coordinator is Brian Runbeck, who works for the company. He presents himself as a senior executive, despite the fact that he is not a member of the company’s Executive Team. He is responsible for managing the manufacture of ballots and other election-related documents, which is an essential component of his work.
According to some information available as of October 30, 2020, Mr. Runbeck has donated $50 to Act Blue, Biden for President, and the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, among other organizations.
It was also found that none of these votes have the BAR CODE information. According to testimony given earlier this week by IT specialist Javon Pulitzer, Republican precinct ballots in Fulton County for the general election included barcodes, but Democratic precinct ballots did not have barcodes.