Voting Machines Are Found Dumped In Georgia

What’s going on in Georgia?

A day after the Secretary of State announces the winner of the recount was Joe Biden, multiple voting machines were found dumped on the side of the highway.

The state of Georgia launched an investigation on the voting machines and found out they were outdated.

Officials are still investigating the origin of the voting machines.

Fox 28 Savannah broke the story and had these details to add:

Multiple voting machines were found dumped on the side of the road in the Savannah area on Thursday.

However, state officials said the machines are outdated.

The Secretary of State’s office said in a statement Thursday evening that they are continuing to investigate where the machines originated.

“The Secretary of State’s Office is looking into the circumstances of the discovering alongside a highway of a no-longer-used voting machine that appears to be part of a shipment of defunct equipment heading to storage at the Port of Savannah,” SOS officials said in a statement. “Machines of this type are no longer used in Georgia.

CBS 17 News didn’t stay quiet and had this to say:

A voting machine found dumped on the side road just outside of Savannah, Georgia, on Thursday sparked much concern on social media. But the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office confirms it is outdated equipment.

Several photos of the machine were shared on Facebook of a voting machine lying in a grassy area. Sister station WSAV was told it was found near Blueberry Hill Bar on Dean Forest Road in Garden City and that a second machine had been found as well.

The photos have been shared nearly 2,000 times online, with some quickly making allegations surrounding voter fraud.

Local law enforcement was notified of the discovery along with the Georgia Secretary of State. The office says the device appears to be part of a shipment of defunct equipment being stored at the Port of Savannah.

It’s unclear at this time how the machine ended up on the side of the road. The Georgia Secretary of State’s Office says they are looking into it.

The timing of these machines being dumped is a bit strange.

This is just another instance of things getting weirder in Gerogia.

Officials are still investigating the origin of the voting machines.

 

 

 

Fox 28 Savannah broke the story and had these details to add:

Multiple voting machines were found dumped on the side of the road in the Savannah area on Thursday.

However, state officials said the machines are outdated.

The Secretary of State’s office said in a statement Thursday evening that they are continuing to investigate where the machines originated.

“The Secretary of State’s Office is looking into the circumstances of the discovering alongside a highway of a no-longer-used voting machine that appears to be part of a shipment of defunct equipment heading to storage at the Port of Savannah,” SOS officials said in a statement. “Machines of this type are no longer used in Georgia.

 

CBS 17 News didn’t stay quiet and had this to say:

A voting machine found dumped on the side road just outside of Savannah, Georgia, on Thursday sparked much concern on social media. But the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office confirms it is outdated equipment.

Several photos of the machine were shared on Facebook of a voting machine lying in a grassy area. Sister station WSAV was told it was found near Blueberry Hill Bar on Dean Forest Road in Garden City and that a second machine had been found as well.

The photos have been shared nearly 2,000 times online, with some quickly making allegations surrounding voter fraud.

Local law enforcement was notified of the discovery along with the Georgia Secretary of State. The office says the device appears to be part of a shipment of defunct equipment being stored at the Port of Savannah.

It’s unclear at this time how the machine ended up on the side of the road. The Georgia Secretary of State’s Office says they are looking into it.

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