Morning Greatness: Memory Card with Uncounted Votes Found in Georgia

Good Tuesday morning.

Here is what’s on the president’s agenda today:

  • The president has no public events scheduled.


Two minutes of hate:

Thousands of ballots, 2600+ to be more precise, were “found” in Georgia yesterday. The ballots were discovered during the fake election recount taking place right now. Brad Raffensperger, Georgia’s Secretary of State “blamed the problem on Floyd County election officials failing to upload votes from a memory card in a ballot-scanning machine.” That’s just crazy, isn’t it?

Fox News wants you to know that “Georgia began recounting its nearly 5 million ballots by hand on Friday after President Donald Trump and the Republican Party requested a statewide audit.” But Georgia isn’t really auditing the election and it’s not recounting all the ballots. There’s no reason we don’t have a secure and trustworthy system to use for our elections unless certain interests don’t want to have a secure and trustworthy election for their own purposes. Little or no signature verification, wide-spread mailing of ballots to stale old voter lists and extended deadlines for mail in ballots to surface are just a few ridiculous features of our elections that make no sense from a security perspective.

In other news, hate crimes are an all time high, according to the latest statistics released by the FBI. “The US saw 7,314 hate crimes in 2019, up from 7,120 in 2018 — and the highest level in 12 years.” The report shows that 51 people were killed in hate crimes and 22 of those were killed by the maniac in El Paso, Texas who shot up a Walmart to target Hispanics. Hate crimes against Jews are also on the rise, no surprise there, as “officials saw a nearly 14 percent increase in attacks against Jews and Jewish institutions, the report found.” Many of those are in the New York City area but you may not have heard about it because the media didn’t cover it. Why? Well, the perpetrators in many instances were African Americans.

The number of hate crimes against African Americans dropped slightly to 1,930 from 1,943, however crimes against Hispanics rose to 527 in 2019 from 485 in 2018. 17 percent of all hate crimes were motivated by sexual orientation — a number that remained relatively stable.

CNN wants you to know that even a negative coronavirus test is not reliable if you want to spend Thanksgiving with your family.

“We know that the incubation period for Covid-19 is up to 14 days. And before that, you can be testing negative, and have no symptoms,” emergency medicine physician Dr. Leana Wen said. “But you could actually be harboring the virus and be able to transmit it to others.”

So if you do want to see your family to celebrate, “self-quarantining for 14 days beforehand is best.” I hope you are all locked up right now if you have holiday plans.

Election news:
Trump lawyer complains of harassing call from attorney at opposing firm
Biden begins to fill top White House positions
Georgia elections official says Lindsey Graham looked for way to exclude some legal ballots
Police release more details about Million MAGA March arrests, stabbing
Wisconsin recount would cost Trump campaign $7.9 million
Funny. Trump aims to undermine Biden’s legitimacy even as legal challenges fizzle
Two weeks after the election, far-right TV shows are providing false hope to Trump fans


Coronavirus update:
New Jersey limits indoor, outdoor gatherings ahead of Thanksgiving as COVID-19 surges
Iowa governor reverses course, issues statewide mask mandate
Dr. Scott Atlas Tells Citizens To ‘Rise Up’ In Face Of Further Lockdowns In Michigan
Trump adviser Dr. Scott Atlas clarifies ‘rise up’ tweet after backlash from Biden, Michigan governor
Stanford seeks distance from Trump adviser over coronavirus comments
Senators clash on the floor over wearing masks: ‘I don’t need your instruction’
‘Your House Is Your Castle’: Sheriff Refuses To Enforce Cuomo’s COVID-19 Restrictions On Home Gatherings
More than 300 people exposed to COVID-19 at super-spreader Washington wedding
Orthodox Jewish groups ask Supreme Court to lift NY Gov. Cuomo’s COVID-19 restrictions
NY Gov. Cuomo ripped for telling others to admit mistakes amid COVID-19 nursing home deaths
California authorities insist people stay home — meanwhile they’re escaping to lavish getaway in Hawaii


Protests/riots/Black Lives Matter/crime:
DC Police Refuse To Say Why More People Weren’t Arrested During Civil Unrest Over The Weekend
5-year-old shot in head on Chicago’s Far South Side
Antifa-aligned group cheers alleged arson at police officer’s home, Twitter allows tweet
Police: Man accused of punching Rick Moranis attacked others
3rd Breonna Taylor grand juror: Cops ‘got slap on the wrist’


Other morsels:
LOL. Fox News, ABC, CNN journalists win awards for Washington reporting
Macron says English-language media legitimizing violence in France amid Muslim protests
Ilhan Omar Cuts Ties With Husband’s Consulting Firm After Nearly $3 Million In Campaign Payments
Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter’s Jack Dorsey brace for election ‘techlashing’ in Senate Judiciary hearing
Washington school district doesn’t include Asian kids in ‘students of color’ category
Jeff Bezos announces nearly $800 million in grants to 16 groups fighting climate change
Dean at Virginia university resigns after alleged Facebook post calling Biden voters ‘anti-American’ and ‘anti-Christian’


And that’s all I’ve got, no go beat back the angry mob!

About Liz Sheld

Liz Sheld is the senior news editor at American Greatness. She is a veteran political strategist and pollster who has worked on campaigns and public interest affairs. Liz has written at Breitbart and The Federalist, as well as at PJ Media, where she wrote "The Morning Briefing." In her spare time, she shoots sporting clays and watches documentaries.

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