Friday, the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Georgia granted the Democratic Party’s request to allow absentee ballots from Dougherty County to be counted, meaning that the county’s election results now will not be certified until Tuesday.
However, Abrams’ sister, Leslie Abrams, happens to be an Obama-appointed District Court Judge on that same circuit.
Abrams is still actively campaigning, asking supporters to contact the campaign if they submitted a provisional ballot.
“URGENT: GA gov vote is TOO close to call. Today is the last day provisional ballots can still be counted. Did you submit a PROVISIONAL ballot at polls on Tues?” the text read, despite the fact that the race is not too close to call.
Provisional ballots generally require local elections boards to seek more information from the potential voter to determine eligibility, like a photo identification or proof of residence, but that’s not stopping democrats.
In a Friday email it wrote,
Today is our LAST DAY to find and count every single provisional ballot.
So if you cast a provisional ballot on Tuesday, we need you to call our Voter Protection Hotline at 1-888-730-5816 immediately. Our team can tell you if your ballot was counted, and if it was not, we can help you with next steps.
And please, help us spread the word to every Georgian you know. Forward this email to your friends, post on Facebook, call your relatives. Everyone needs to know this information.
We’re going to make sure every vote is counted.
Thanks for your help,
– Team Abrams”
Democrats are nowhere ready to concede defeat, despite the will of the people, in a number of states, including Georgia.
The fact that on the court is an Obama-appointee with incredibly close ties to one of the candidates is not only a conflict of interest, it stinks of a set-up to many people.
Abrams has made no secret of her hate of capitalism and gun ownership, and her love of illegal aliens. She actually screamed that non-citizens would be part of the so-called ‘blue wave.’
Now, she wants to keep on adding votes to see if she can overcome the will of the majority of voters in Georgia.