The Apparent “Burst Pipe” in Georgia That Delayed Ballot Counting Was “HIGHLY Exaggerated”
In a report published by The Gateway Pundit, the official narrative of a “water pipe burst” at the absentee ballot processing center in Fulton County, Georgia, appears to have been a convenient excuse to delay ballot counting.
Attorney Paul J. Dzikowski attempted to obtain information on the burst pipe through Georgia’s freedom of information laws and only received a text message exchange involving Geoffrey Stiles, an executive of the NBA’s Atlanta Hawks. Note that State Farm Arena, where the Hawks play home games, was the absentee ballot processing center where the leak happened.
Stiles writes that the burst pipe narrative was “highly exaggerated […] it was a slow leak that caused about an hour and a half delay.” In contrast, the media reported the story as a major incident that would significantly delay counting.
Dzikowski wrote the following in an email to the Australian news site news.com.au: “Beyond the lack of documentary evidence of the inspection or repair of a ruptured pipe, we are being asked to believe that there is not one single picture of this allegedly ruptured pipe, at a time and in a place where virtually everything is recorded and documented.”
Dzikowski also submitted an open records request to Fulton County that yielded nothing in return.
In related news, Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announced a hand recount of all ballots in a Wednesday morning press conference.