Lin Wood and Sidney Powell promised that big events would happen in Georgia very soon. It seems that Lin Wood dropped his first bobsled sink tonight.
100 Percent Fed Up – In an unexpected, nightly tweet, prosecutor Lin Wood, who warned Georgia’s governor Brian Kemp (R) and GA State Secretary Brad Raffensperger that he would come for them and that he had the goods, put the glove on. In his first tweet of the Wood Twitter series:
Someone will ask my never-ex-friend Brad Raffensperger @GaSecofState if he saw this recording of election fraud in the state arena in Fulton Co., Georgia?
Several people have seen it. Soon, many more people will see it.
The camcorder eye does not lie.
How do you spell “election fraud”?
Wood included two images of the subpoena for Atlanta Hawks Vice President Scott Wilkinson from the U.S. District Court, where State Secretary Raffensperger was named as the defendant.
To receive a subpoena in court are required and surveillance records, documents, information or objects, permission to inspect the premises of the suite in the state farm “Arena”. The subpoena includes records of elevators and loading platforms, as well as entrances to loading platforms. The agenda also requests any working orders or permissions related to the water break in the Hawk arena.
“In time, people will go to jail in Georgia,” Lin Wood warned in his next tweet, adding, “Every lie will be revealed.
He finished with #FightBack for TRUTH.
What really happened in Georgia when a water pipeline was reported to have ruptured, delaying the counting of votes in the state?
The Gateway Pundit first reported a “water pipeline break” in the state arena of Atlanta Hawks – On election night in Georgia, President Trump fled with the presidential election, then suddenly it was reported that vote counting in Fulton County had stopped due to a water pipeline break in Atlanta.
Almost 40,000 missing ballots will not be counted in Georgia until at least Wednesday after a water break, Fulton County officials said. According to officials, a pipe burst at the Arena State Farm due to a water pipe break. The pipe burst was found at about 6 am. Counting of ballots began at 11 am. According to CBS WVLT8, the bulletins in Georgia will not be counted due to a water pipe burst: Almost 40,000 missing ballots will not be counted in Georgia until at least Wednesday after a water break, Fulton County officials said. According to officials, a pipe burst in the state farm's arena due to a break in the water pipeline. The pipe burst was discovered at around 6 a.m. Counting of ballots began at 11 am. WVLT8 also released a statement from the state secretary in connection with the incident: Tonight, Fulton County will report the results of approximately 86,000 absentee ballots, as well as election results and early voting. They account for the vast majority of the ballots cast in Fulton County. As planned, Fulton County will continue to count the remaining ballots for absentee voting over the next two days. The processing of absentee ballots requires that each ballot be opened, verified for signatures, and scanned. This is a time-consuming process that takes longer to count than other forms of voting. Fulton County did not expect all absentee ballots to be processed on election day.
(States such as Florida count these ballots before an election and provide updated results, allowing them to present the final results on election night. Any state that does not count ballots before the election, when they are received, so that winners can be announced on election night seems to put ulterior motives ahead of transparency and timeliness.)
One Georgian resident, attorney Paul J. Dzikowski, tried to get more information about the announced break in the Atlanta water pipeline. He sent a letter and requested any information related to the break in the water pipeline in accordance with Georgia’s Law on Open Registers. That is what he wrote in his request:
Please accept this correspondence (and the attached letter) as a request for production and verification of records under the Law of Georgia on Open Records, O.C.G.A. § 50-18-70, et cetera. (the “Law”). Please submit the following documents for inspection and copying:
- ALL "Documents of public nature" relating to a pipe breakthrough in the arena of the state farm on November 3, 2020 or so that affected the counting of ballots by the authorities of Fulton County, including and not limited to internal and external communication with any person(s), communication with the Registration and Election Board of Fulton Co, memorandums, notes, working instructions, applications, invoices, records of repair work and all other documents of public nature. That request shall be as complete and interpreted as broadly as possible, in accordance with the Law, and shall cover records in paper, as well as any electronic and digital format. I look forward to your prompt response as soon as the documents are available for inspection and copying, but in no case more than three (3) business days after you receive this request, as required by the Law. In response, the only public records obtained as a result of an alleged "pipe break" that stopped the counting of ballots in Atlanta (Fulton Company) were several text messages. These messages were addressed to Geoffrey Stiles, Atlanta Hawks senior vice president, who called it a "slow leak" that was "quickly contained," and he said it was "greatly exaggerated.
Wood has completed a series of tweets with the jokes “Twisted Hillary” and “Brad Raffensperger” (?):
Hillary and Brad Raffensperger @GaSecofState overheard tonight at Atlanta Cafe:
Brad: Does Bleachbit work on videotapes?
Hillary: Not as good as a hammer.
Is there another way to destroy the evidence?
Hillary: If I were in Nixon’s shoes, I would burn the tapes.
It’s reported by thegatewaypundit.com.