We knew that Fulton County, GA, had been hit by a 'glitch.' Now Breitbart is reporting--Another Georgia County Encounters ‘Glitch’ Causing Delay Counting 1000s of Votes--that Gwinnet County was also hit by a 'glitch.' It seems that just as there's a yearly flu season, there is also a 'glitch' season that strikes only in election years:
Another county in Georgia has reported encountering a “glitch,” which has caused a delay in the counting of thousands of votes in the 2020 presidential election.
A glitch in software has caused a delay in vote-counting in Georgia’s Gwinnett County, according to a report by Fox 5 Atlanta.
Election officials estimate that roughly 80,000 absentee ballots were impacted by this glitch, yet decided to push the impacted votes through, knowing some of the votes would likely change.
That doesn't quite make sense, does it? First Breitbart says the 'glitch' is causing a delay in counting the votes, but then we learn that the ballots were "pushed through" in the full knowledge that "some of the votes would likely change."
Does that sound like after the fact CYA to you, too? Could it be that the ballots were "pushed through" because "some of the votes would likely change?"