South Carolina Voters Unable to Vote Due to Internet Outage

South Carolina primary voters are reportedly unable to vote due to ballot tabulators being unable to connect to the internet.

Real America’s Voice reported Saturday that poll workers are claiming that because the internet is not working, they’ve had to take primary ballots and put them into a separate bin.

Even more unbelievably, vote tabulators are not even supposed to be connected to the internet in the first place, and the media since the 2020 election have denounced claims that they were connected to the internet as baseless conspiracy theories.

According to one voter, a poll worker said “they didn’t have internet” and that he would have to take his paper ballot and “fold it and slide it into another slot. It looked kind of like a trash can.”

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“So I walked out scratching my head, and there were a number of other voters that were just as confused as I was,” he told RAV reporter Michelle Backus.

This incident unfolding in South Carolina is reminiscent of the 2022 midterm elections in Arizona, where thousands of Maricopa County voters across 70 polling places could not scan their ballots, so they were placed in a “Box 3” designation for later tabulation.

That midterm election snafu delayed the vote count by a week.

The South Carolina primary polls close at 7PM EST, where Trump is expected to defeat GOP contender Nikki Haley by at least 30 points.