One of the alleged infractions was that observers weren’t allowed to be close enough to the tables to see or hear what the ballot counters were doing, according to Davis.
She noted that the ballot scanning process occurred in an “enclosed glassed-in” area in the back with the door closed and observers weren’t allowed to be close enough to see or hear what was happening.
On Nov. 8, Davis saw a temporary employee “rifling through the ballots inside a blue secure cage,” and the people there became hostile when she asked about it. When a lawyer got there, the temporary employee disappeared and was never seen again.
In a final note, Davis described what she thought about the integrity of the election.
“If these are not investigated and improved, I have no faith for the January 5 election to be fair and honest,” Davis said. “We must have investigations and I really am insulted when someone says to me there was no fraud. I witnessed it with my own eyes. So I feel like my elected officials are calling me a liar.”
Davis worked as an observer at the DeKalb County Board of Elections office in Decatur, Georgia, between Nov. 4 and Nov. 8.
From NTD News