If Georgia’s hand-count of votes produces results that are similar to those produced by Dominion Voting Systems’ software, then Joe Biden is the president-elect – but, if they aren’t, there’s “big trouble” with the 2020 elections, Journalist Geraldo Rivera says.
The Georgia hand-count is the ideal test of whether the Dominion results can be trusted in any of the states that used the software, Rivera wrote Sunday in a pair of Twitter posts:
“#Georgia's Post-Election Vote Audit is the perfect opportunity to test reliability of #DominionVotingSystems. Auditors just compare Dominion results in suspect counties to Hand-Counted results from audit. If Dominion & hand count are the same=Case Closed. Otherwise Big Problem.”
Verifying the Georgia vote will either document a problem with the way ballots were counted or put to rest any unfounded conspiracy theories, Rivera wrote in his next tweet:
“If you really care about integrity of #DominionVotingSystems (as opposed to jaw-boning/conspiracy theorizing) this is the way to do it. Compare Dominion results in Georgia to hand counted results.
“If they're more or less the same, it's over.
“If they're different, big trouble.”
“The whole election could be up for grabs” if the two counts differ, Rivera said in his Monday Twitter video:
“If, however, the hand-audit and the computer count are meaningfully different, then there is big trouble and I think then the whole election could be up for grabs.”
And, since Al Gore didn’t concede his contested election fight in 2000 to Bush until December 13, Pres. Trump still “has a little time to sort this out” and make his case, so he doesn’t need to concede the election at this point, Rivera says.