During the Georgia recount, a county stumbles upon a stash of votes they missed the first time, to the benefit of . . . President Trump; Georgia’s secretary of state makes a high-stakes accusation about Senator Lindsey Graham and Lin Wood files a suit that argues every absentee ballot in Georgia should be thrown out; the Democratic House majority is already getting a little smaller; and Hunting Four Horsemen hits mailboxes and Kindles everywhere.
This is why it’s a good idea to do recounts, and while the contention from President Trump that he is the rightful winner of Georgia is unlikely . . . it is not quite impossible:
A recount in Georgia’s presidential race found more than 2,600 ballots in Floyd County that hadn’t originally been tallied, likely helping President Donald Trump reduce his 14,000-vote deficit to Joe Biden.
Trump could gain nearly 800 net votes from the discovered ballots. There were 1,643 new votes for Trump and 865 for Biden.