Dominion Server Crashes Halting Georgia Recount in Fulton County

A Dominion Voting Systems 'mobile server' crashed on Sunday which halted the third state recount requested by President Donald Trump, according to officials in Fulton County, Georgia.

Dominion Server Crashes Halting Georgia Recount in Fulton County

A Dominion Voting Systems ‘mobile server’ crashed on Sunday which halted the third state recount requested by President Donald Trump, according to officials in Fulton County, Georgia.

Technicians from Dominion have been dispatched to resolve the issue,” Fulton County officials said in a statement reported by WXIA-TV. “The Georgia Secretary of State’s office has also been alerted to the issue and is aware of efforts to resolve the problem.”

The County officials told the Washington Examiner in a statement that a newly purchased Dominion mobile server crash was to blame.

The county hopes to resume the counting on Monday. The recount must be completed in all Georgia counties by Wednesday.

Attorney Sidney Powell has filed a federal lawsuit which alleges election fraud in Georgia where she claims state officials took bribes as part of a conspiracy with Dominion Voting Systems to alter the outcome of the presidential election.

Also today, Judge Timothy C. Batten, Sr. had issued an order to halt the wiping and software reset of Dominion voting machines throughout Georgia following the controversial request made by Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.

However, immediately after the order was issued, Judge Batten rescinded the first order while issuing a second order that did permit the machines to be wiped and reset.

In the second order, judge Batten wrote that he cannot order the preservation of information, or impound of the voting machines, because the equipment “is in the possession of county election officials. Any injunction the Court issues would extend only to Defendants and those within their control.

Then in a surprising twist, late in the evening, Batten issued a third order which temporarily restrains the alteration, destruction, or erasure of software or data from Dominion machines in the counties of Cobb, Gwinnett, and Cherokee.

Raffensperger has received intense criticism because a reset of the voting machines would wipe all votes recorded in the presidential and general election. The data is considered important evidence for the ongoing election legal challenges.

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