Unusual Batch of Ballots with An Extremely High Percentage of Votes for Joe Biden
The Epoch Times reported that a Georgia poll worker, Susan Voyles, who worked at Fulton County’s Sandy Springs poll station said in a sworn affidavit on Nov. 17 that she noticed an unusual batch of ballots in which the sheets had no signs of use or markings, and approximately 98 percent were marked for Joe Biden and only two were marked for President Donald Trump.
With 20 years of experience in handling ballots and recounts, Voyles noticed a batch of ballots “was pristine,” which was very different from other ballots that showed obvious signs of use. And also, the “pristine ballot” batch showed “a difference in the texture of the paper—it was as if they were intended for absentee use but had not been used for that purposes,” and there “was a difference in the feel.”
“These different ballots,” Voyles added, “included a slightly depressed pre-fold so they could be easily folded and unfolded for use in scanning machines.” Also, “There were no markings on the ballots to show where they had come from, or where they had been processed,” she said. “These stood out.”
“In my 20 years’ of experience of handling ballots,” she said, “I observed that the markings for the candidates on [the ‘pristine ballots’] were unusually uniform, perhaps even with a ballot-marking device.”
“But the thing that really jumped out at us besides the feel of these ballots, besides there were no folds, was the fact that the first one that was bubbled in had almost a little eclipse of white in the bubble where you would bubble in,” said Voyles.
She also noticed that the markings on the ballots all looked exactly the same, with the white eclipse around the filled-in marking.
During a Georgia Senate hearing on Dec. 3, when questioned by Georgia State Sen. Elena Parent if these could be due to duplication of flawed ballots, Voyles replied, “The probability of that I would think is very slight. Because why would 98 ballots have that little white eclipse on the very first presidential ballot? Why would all of them be exactly the same? It was very easy to see that a ballot had been replicated many times.”
Mark Amick, a poll watcher, told the Georgia Senate committee at the Dec. 3 election hearing that during the Dekalb County recount on Nov. 15, he noticed the count numbers from a box of ballots, 10,707 for Biden and 13 for Trump, to be significantly wrong. He raised his concerns to the workers, manager, and county election director, and eventually, the ballots were counted again. “The total for Biden ended up being 1,081, not 10,707 as initially submitted and signed off on by the two counters to be going into the system. So 9,626 vote difference, pretty significant,” said Amick.
Military Ballots Nearly All for Biden
Patty McMurray, a poll challenger, testified at the Michigan Senate Oversight Committee Hearing on Dec. 1, 2020: “Not one of the military ballots was a registered voter and ballots looked like they were all exactly the same xerox copies of the ballot. They were all for Biden across the board. There wasn’t a single Trump vote.”
Debbie Fisher, a poll observer in Cobb County, testified at a Georgia state Senate subcommittee hearing on Dec. 30 that she was part of the voter review for the Nov. 16 hand recount, and reviewed 298 military ballots in Cobb County on that day. And of those, somewhere between 80 and 90 percent were going in favor of Biden.
She said: “I find that statistically impossible.” In that part of Cobb County, she said, traditionally, voters typically cast ballots for Republicans—not Democrats—based on her experience in prior elections. She also said 93% of military ballots in Fulton County were for Biden, which she found statistically impossible too.
“Of those ballots, as I walked through them piece by piece … I noticed something disturbing,” Fisher said. “They were inordinately perfect” in how they were filled out, Fisher said. “They were all perfectly filled out,” she added.
“About 90 percent of them had no paper folds,” she further stated, flagging the scenario as anomalous. “I was told that in Cobb County, the military is required to mail these in,” Fisher told the lawmakers, adding that it’s impossible for ballots to have no paper folds if they are mailed in.
Fisher also recalled that she challenged the military ballots and asked them to be thrown out due to the issues she raised. The on-site election official refused and said the ballots were legitimate, according to Fisher.
“People talk about obstruction, they talk about rudeness, they talk about whatever, but I can honestly tell you there was obstruction,” she added of the behavior of the election workers.