Video Proves ‘Burst Water Pipe’ In Georgia Was Used As Cover For Secret Vote-Counting


14 November 2020



Fulton County claimed that a burst water main in the arena led to a four-hour delay in counting votes, and that “Pipe-Gate” somehow necessitated days of additional time for vote-counting even though none of the ballots got wet.

State Farm Arena claimed in its statement that the leak occurred at 6:07 AM, and that “Within 2 hours, repairs were complete.”

But State Farm Arena did not tweet its statement about the incident until 9:19 PM ET. With President Trump in the lead in Georgia, all of a sudden the notoriously pro-Democrat pro-Stacey Abrams Fulton County had to stretch out its vote-counting.


Georgia Republican Party chairman David Shafer revealed that Pipe-Gate was used by Fulton County election workers to count votes in secret without observers present.


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