Why Did Six Battleground States with Democrat Governors (Except One) ALL Pause Counting on Election Night? And How Was This Coordinated? https://t.co/xxDf41046x
— Juanita Broaddrick (@atensnut) November 11, 2020
Six battleground states all stopped counting votes at around the same time on election night, something unprecedented in elections.
The states are: Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Georgia and Nevada. All six were hotly-contested and crucial states for both candidates. All of the states except Georgia have Democrat governors, and President Trump was leading the vote count in all six before they “paused” the counting.
Michigan and Wisconsin then announced massive vote dumps at around 4am that put Biden in the lead in the states. Georgia GOP officials were told the counting would stop until the following morning but then resumed in secret, they allege.
Biden would subsequently take the lead in the other states as well.