BREAKING: #Dominion Technician Exposed as Anti-Trump Ex-Kamala Harris Worker

A Dominion technician previously worked on Democrat vice-presidential nominee Kamala Harris’s campaign last year and has a history of anti-Trump social media posts, it has been revealed.

Aric Thompson is a representative of Dominion Voting Systems who tasked with scanning ballots in Floyd County, Georgia during the 2020 presidential election vote count.

However, Thompson previously worked on Sen. Harris’s presidential campaign in 2019 as an official photographer, according to his LinkedIn profile.

The ballot counter even has a portfolio online showcasing photographs he took of the then-Democratic presidential candidate.

In social media posts, Thomspon describes President Donald Trump as a “puppet” for “white supremacists.”

In his more recent posts, he also bemoans the president’s requests for recounts, claiming it’s a “never ending election.”

Thompson has been scanning ballots in Floyd County, Georgia for Dominion, according to The Gateway Pundit.

Over 3,000 votes, the majority of which were for President Trump, went initially uncounted in the county.

Additionally, there are reports that no observers were present for some of the scanning.

“This is one of 2 men scanning in ballots in Floyd County. He worked for Kamala Harris,” Real America’s Voice News reporter Heather Mullins tweeted.

“According to Rome City Commissioner Democrat Wendy Davis, & Floyd County GOP Chair Luke Martin, no observers were present for some of the scanning.

“Over 3000 uncounted votes found.”

Mullins also shared social media posts from Thompson in which he bashed President Trump.

Earlier this month, the Board of Elections in Georgia’s Floyd County voted to fire Chief of Elections Clerk Robert Brady after officials found thousands of uncounted ballots.

Thompson was photographed scanning ballots with Brady the day after the election.

Fox reports that “Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger blamed the problem on Floyd County election officials failing to upload votes from a memory card in a ballot-scanning machine.”

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