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Trump Issues Statement following reports that an alarm went off at a Fulton County ballot warehouse

Former President Donald Trump issued a statement on Monday after reports of an alarm sounded at a ballot storage warehouse in Fulton County and left the facility "wide open and unattended."

According to Emerald Robinson of Newsmax, a lawyer Sunday evening reported that the attorney reviewing more than 145,000 ballot papers for the 2020 presidential election in Fulton County raised the alarm in the building where the ballot votes were kept.

“Two Fulton County deputies who were assigned to watch the secure building where the ballots were being kept appear to have left the building 20 minutes before the alarm went off,” Robinson said on Twitter.

According to CDMedia, Henry County Supreme Court Judge Brian Amero has ordered Fulton County to guard the facility at all times beginning May 25.


“Great work is being done in Georgia revealing the Election Fraud of the 2020 Presidential Election. But, we must not allow ANYONE to compromise these ballots by leaving the building unsecured, which was done late Friday,” Trump said in his statement, responding to the reports. “Republicans and Patriots must protect this site and the Absentee Ballots.”

“The Left talks about election security but they do not practice what they preach because they are afraid of what might be found,” Trump added. “Fulton County Leadership—do the right thing and protect these ballots. Our Country is at stake!”

Mary Gill

1 June 2021

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