Alarm went off and door left open at building holding Georgia ballots: report

"Scoop: Attorney dealing with Fulton County GA on audit of more than 145k ballots from 2020 election tells me that alarm went off today at secure building where ballots were kept," a Newsmax correspondent tweeted.
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Stickers on Jan. 5, 2021 in Georgia
Stickers on Jan. 5, 2021 in Georgia
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Newsmax White House correspondent Emerald Robinson tweeted on Saturday that she was told that an alarm went off at the facility where ballots were being stored, and that the building was open.

"Scoop: Attorney dealing with Fulton County GA on audit of more than 145k ballots from 2020 election tells me that alarm went off today at secure building where ballots were kept. The building was found left wide open & unattended," Robinson tweeted on Saturday.

On Sunday she posted a photo that the attorney supplied of the open door.