No Records or Evidence of “Burst Pipe” That Forced Vote-Counting to Be Halted in Georgia

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Vote-counting had to be stopped in Georgia due to a water main break in Atlanta, Fulton County officials said on election night.

According to officials, a water main break at State Farm Arena – were votes were being counted – caused a pipe to burst. That burst was discovered around 6 a.m. Counting of the ballots began at 11 a.m.

President Trump was ahead in Georgia at the time that announcement was made.

A Georgia resident, attorney Paul Dzikowski, in an effort to obtain more information on the reported burst, and the effect it had on ballot counting, filed a request under the Georgia Open Records Act.

In response, the only public records returned were a few text messages from a Sr. Vice President of the NBA’s Atlanta Hawks, Geoffrey Stiles, who called it a “slow leak” which was “contained quickly.” The whole thing was “highly exaggerated,” Stiles said.

There were no repair orders, work order or invoices from any repair company or individual relating to he “burst,” beyond those messages.

The state of Georgia has since been rewarded to VP Joe Biden by the mainstream media.

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