Here We Go Again: Dominion Voting Machines Down in 3 Republican Georgia Precincts

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As Georgia’s senate runoff election started Tuesday, reports of suspicious voting irregularities are have begun to spring up.

Talk radio host John Fredericks joined former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon’s “War Room: Pandemic” show Tuesday afternoon to explain that Dominion voting machines are down and that poll workers are acting suspicious.

“We’ve got another problem with Dominion machines. I know this has gotta shock your viewers today,” Fredericks told Bannon. “But Dominion machines in several – not one or two – I heard three of the largest Republican precincts at 10AM are down.”


“I got this from multiple people breaking live into my show. And people have been told that they cannot scan their ballots.”

“They come in to vote, they fill it out,” Frederick continued. “They’re told they can’t scan their ballots because the machines don’t work and they’ve tried to get technicians in there.”

Fredericks then described how poll workers are asking voters to leave their ballots with them.

“In the meantime, they have to make their ballot out and put it in an envelope, and the poll workers are saying ‘when it’s fixed, we’ll scan it for you.’”

“So there’s all kinds of red flags right there. Of course, these are happening in Republican areas. You can extrapolate that, they could be happenstance, but that’s one of the things,” he added.

Republican Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler are facing challenges from radical Democrat contenders Jon Ossof and Raphael Warnock in the Georgia runoff currently underway.

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