Million MAGA March Organizers Announce “Audit the Vote” Protests at Georgia State Capitol Wednesday through Saturday
The organizers of the highly successful Million MAGA March in Washington DC have announced new rallies, this time in Georgia.
From Wednesday through Saturday starting at 12:00pm, Trump supporters will be protesting at the Georgia State Capitol, 206 Washington St SW, Atlanta, GA 30334. They will be demanding an open and honest election process, particularly a full vote audit.
“Special guest speakers will be there,” the announcement read.
It is confirmed that Nick Fuentes, American nationalist and host of “America First” on DLive, will be one of the guest speakers. He gave two speeches to thousands of listeners at the Million MAGA March on Saturday.
In recent election news, the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office said Tuesday evening that they found 2,755 uncounted votes from Fayette County, suburbs south of Atlanta. From WSB-TV Atlanta:
Secretary of State official Gabriel Sterling said those ballots were scanned onto a card, but those votes were never uploaded into the initial count. He says there were several backups designed to catch this issue and that it falls to workers who didn’t follow procedure.
Of the votes that are now being added to the total, 1,577 were for President Donald Trump, 1,128 for Joe Biden and the rest were for Jo Jorgenson or write-ins. That changes the margin in the state by under 500 votes. with Biden now leading Trump by 12,929 votes.
Fayette is the second county to report an issue with missing votes. On Monday, Floyd County uncovered 2,600 votes that were missed during the initial count on election night. The Secretary of State’s office said it was human error and called for the elections director in the county to step down. An investigation has been opened in the county.
Georgia is supposedly on track to finish their recount by Wednesday night and “affirm a Biden win,” though many have raised questions and concerns about the process and if it’s sufficiently comprehensive.
All eyes will be on Georgia. President Trump needs to flip the state to have a shot at officially winning the election. On the other hand, confirmation that Joe Biden won the state will likely cement his victory.