FULTON COUNTY, Ga. – Fox News host Tucker Carlson highlighted several unanswered questions and discrepancies regarding the election results in Fulton County, Georgia for the 2020 election on Wednesday.
Carlson began by detailing a break-in that occurred in May of a warehouse in Fulton County that held over 140,000 absentee ballots. The warehouse was under heavy surveillance by both private security and armed local law enforcement at the time.
However, in an Epstein-esque fashion, the guards protecting the warehouse’s 100 pound door left their post just minutes before someone proceeded to break into the entrance. Carlson pointed out that the identity of the perpetrator and why they broke in is still unknown.
“Depending on who you ask, the building contains evidence that either confirms or refutes the claim that voter fraud affected the outcome of the 2020 election in the state of Georgia,” Carlson said. “Georgia’s a place that Joe Biden won by fewer than 13,000 votes.”
Surprisingly, Fulton County election officials still won’t let voters see all of the ballots – and they are in court because of it. Georgia attorney Bob Cheeley and a group called VoterGA are both suing the County for access to see the ballots.
The Chairman of the Fulton County Board of Commissioners Rob Pitts said it was unnecessary to even request a recount of the votes because there apparently has already been three prior recounts.
“The elections were open, they were fair, they were transparent,” Pitts said. “This is the fourth [recount], and I can guarantee the results will be just like the results for count one, count two and count three.”
After the county swore to the legitimacy of their election recounts, VoterGA conducted their own audit of the ballots that were made available through the lawsuit. During their audit, the group found that the legitimacy of the Fulton County election results had several reasons to be doubted.
According to VoterGA, at least 36 batches of mail-in ballots from the November election were double counted in Fulton County – a total of more than 4,000 votes.
“Before you dismiss Bob Cheeley and Voter GA as dishonest partisan actors, keep in mind that the strongly left-of-center Atlanta Journal-Constitution appears to agree with this, at least in outline,” Carlson noted.
“The newspaper reviewed the available digital ballot images independently and concluded that hundreds of ballots were improperly duplicated.”
Carlson then viewed a clip from a presentation by a VoterGA consultant that showed identical ballots being counted twice in the digital ballot images. According to the consultant, the ballots even had identical handwriting and the same unique, imperfect pen marks.
The county claims that any errors were caught in previous recounts, but footage of the actual ballots being counted seemingly presents more doubts of the legitimacy of their results.
Surveillance footage obtained by VoterGA appears to show large numbers of ballots being counted by a scanner. The election worker then appears to take the ballots out of the bottom, and place them back into the top of the scanner to be counted again.
Carlson pointed out that it is unclear how many times votes were counted more than once, but that one way to tell is by audit tally sheets. However, controversy strikes again.
Fulton County reportedly failed to provide more than 100,000 audit tally sheets for months after the November election, including 50,000 from mail-in ballots.
When VoterGA forced Fulton County officials to provide the tally sheets via their lawsuit, the group discovered various discrepancies with the counts vs. what the ballots actually said.
“Seven falsified audit tally sheets contained fabricated vote totals,” said VoterGa. “The seven batches of ballot images with 554 votes for Joe Biden, 140 votes for Donald Trump and 11 votes for Jo Jorgenson had tally sheets in the audit falsified to show 850 votes for Biden, 0 votes for Trump and 0 votes for Jorgenson.”
Another mishap Carlson noted with the election results was the fact that many of the mail-in ballots being counted appeared to have no creases or fold marks based on photos from a whistleblower.
The talk show host noted the peculiarity of the mail-in ballots not having creases as they were supposedly folded into envelopes and mailed into the facility – which would undoubtedly cause fold marks.
Carlson concluded his show by highlighting research done by elections expert Mark Davis. Davis found that nearly 35,000 Georgia voters moved outside of their county of residence more than a month prior to election day, yet still voted in their old county.
By law, these individuals would be ineligible to vote in their old county and legally should have been excluded from the vote totals.
Carlson is often labeled as being an unapologetic journalist who covers issues that he believes are not receiving enough media attention. His evening show Tucker Carlson Tonight is the most watched show in cable news with an average of 2.8 million viewers.