The Trump legal team has been busy, scattering themselves across this great nation of ours in hope of discovering some sort of “smoking gun” evidence that could reverse the outcome of the 2020 election, all at the behest of President Trump who is convinced that some form of widespread fraud or manipulation has taken place.
Trump has declared himself the winner of that election, which puts the Commander in Chief at odds with the the media and a number of states who’ve already certified their electoral results.
Still, Rudy Giuliani and others are out there, working to bring to light what they see as a vast conspiracy to take down their boss. In this endeavor, the Trump legal team has consistently casted doubts on the legitimacy of the voting systems used in several states, many of which were created and sold under the Dominion name.
An incident in the Peach State this week has once again brought Dominion itself into the headlines.
Election officials in Georgia’s Fulton County told a local news outlet Sunday that a newly purchased Dominion Voting Systems mobile server crashed that delayed the state’s third recount of the presidential election and technicians from the company “have been dispatched to resolve the issue.”
11Alive.com reported that the Georgia Secretary of State’s office is aware of the efforts to “resolve the problem.”
The report indicated that about 88% of the ballots in the state’s largest county have been counted and the recount will resume again on Monday. The deadline to complete the recount is Dec. 2.
Joe Biden defeated President Trump by about 13,000 votes in the Peach State, but Trump and his legal team have challenged the results.
While the President’s lawyers haven’t had much success in the judicial system, their work has exposed a number of theories that have riled up Trump’s base, and kept their hope alive that, somehow, the former NYC business mogul will have four more years in the White House.
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