NJ ELECTION UPDATE: 56 Voting Machines Were Shut Down, Shipped To Warehouse On Election Night In Dem Stronghold County

(TeaParty.org Exclusive) – A brand new report posted on Gateway Pundit reveals that after the polls were closed in New Jersey Tuesday night during the election, political pundits, shocked out of their shorts, watched Republican candidate Jack Ciattarelli move ahead and take the lead in the state’s governor’s race against his opponent, the incumbent Democrat Phil Murphy.

The following morning, after Americans watched the news coverage of the election that showed Ciattarelli taking what has traditionally come to be known as deep blue counties red and picking up a lot more votes in red counties than in previously held elections, something very, very strange happened.

After almost 100 percent of the red county ballot totals had come in, results from Democrat counties started to filter in, and wouldn’t you know it, Murphy suddenly took a negligible lead. As the day continued on, more and more blue counties started reporting their results. Lo and behold, Murphy somehow got just enough votes to be declared the winner of the race.

Does any of this sound familiar? If you’re getting déjà vu, it’s because you’ve seen this movie before.

“On the eve of the November 2020 election, several Democrat-stronghold cities in crucial swing states across America abruptly and inexplicably stopped counting votes in the middle of the night. Reports of phony water main breaks turned out to be a leaky urinal. A white van delivered boxes and boxes of absentee ballots through a back hallway in the Democrat stronghold city of Detroit’s absentee ballot counting facility at 3:30 am. Shortly after the van delivered their last-minute absentee ballots to the TCF Center, Trump’s massive lead was wiped out, and incredibly, Biden took the lead in a state Trump won in 2016. Red counties across Michigan and other must-win states had already reported their vote tallies, while Democrat stronghold cities were still “counting votes” well into the next day,” the report from GP noted.

In Essex County, which is a Democratic Party stronghold, there were 56 voting machines that were shut down on the night of the election and were not counted.

Then, on Wednesday, County Clerk Christopher Durking stated that voting machines in 56 districts were shut down without being counted first.

Durkin went on to lay the blame for the shutdown on “poll worker error.”

News 12 reporter Tony Caputo went on to ask Durkin about the location of the voting machines and when the ballots they contained would be counted.

“It’s a mix; they are mostly in Newark, East Orange, Irvington, Maplewood, and Montclair, which are the majority of those 56 districts,” Durkin responded.

Durkin then went on to ask that the residents of New Jersey not to immediately jump to conclusions concerning the reason why the voting machines were shut down without first being counted.

“Those machines are at the polling place right now. Those machines have to be brought back to the warehouse. A judge will issue an order for us to open those machines, retrieve the results and post those results,” he said.

“The Essex County Clerk said this happens in every election in every county. Every election??? Caputo asked Durkin about the time frame for counting the ballots? When he was explicitly asked if they would get the results on Wednesday, Durkin responded, ‘No, we need to compile a list of the results that are missing. We then need to schedule a hearing in front of a judge. The judge issues an order– and then we’re able to retrieve those results,’” the report continued.

“According to Caputo, Paterson, NJ Mayor Andre Sayegh claims they had a similar situation in 5 of their districts. In Passaic County, where it was a tight race. Gov. Murphy got 51% of the vote, while 49% of the vote was for Ciattarelli, a difference of only 2,125 votes,” the report added.

A report from Patch went on to say, “According to the Essex County Clerk’s website, only 499 out of 550 districts have reported their results as of 5:18 p.m. on Wednesday. That’s five more districts than reported at 10:35 p.m. on Tuesday.”

“Caputo explained that New Jersey has until November 18 to count all votes and until all votes are certified. Nevertheless, Democrat Governor Phil Murphy was declared the winner of the NJ governor’s race by the media yesterday. According to the New York Times, Murphy won the election by 40,701 votes,” the GP report revealed.

There are all kinds of methods that Democrats seem to be well versed in when it comes to voter fraud, a fact we’ve all known for a long time, but the 2020 election brought to the forefront.

For example, a report from Infowars has revealed video footage that actually shows an election worker allowing a person who is not a citizen of the United States to cast a ballot in the New Jersey election.

Project Veritas released the video which shows a poll worker allowing a man who claims to be a non-citizen to fill out a ballot in the New Jersey race for governor. Guess where the footage was filmed? If you said Essex County, you win fifty gold stars.

“The footage, filmed in Essex County, features an undercover journalist for the conservative outlet, clad in a bright safety vest, explaining to poll workers that he is from Ireland and in the US on a work visa, but voted in the presidential election of 2020,” Infowars said in their report.

After the man is told that he is not allowed to cast a ballot in the gubernatorial race as a non-registered voter, another poll official claims to “remember” him. Gee, isn’t that just convenient.

“Remember? We were allowing anyone to come in,” she goes on to tell her colleague. After some back and forth chatter between the two workers, the journalist is given a ballot.

“I’ll let you completely fill out a ballot now. Whether or not it’s going to count, I don’t know,” one worker says to him, going on to add, “Listen, we’ll let you do it.”

“According to New Jersey election laws, a non-citizen cannot vote in an election nor can they register to vote, and providing a ballot to someone not entitled to vote is prohibited. It’s unclear if the ballot in the video was actually counted or was simply a provisional ballot that was later jettisoned,” Infowars reported.

Looks like a lot of strange things are happening in New Jersey, right? It’s November 2020 all over again.

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