There is so much election fraud news for this one corrupt state that it needed it’s own posting.
The Georgia Secretary of State’s office has grudgingly conceded that “ballots were counted unlawfully and in secret.” No duh.
A hearing has been scheduled for Dec. 7 when Sidney Powell will attempt to convince a judge to allow outside experts examine the Dominion Voting Systems machines used for the November election.
On election night, we were told that the Georgia counting of ballots at the State Farm Arena had to be suspended due to a burst water pipe. On Sunday, an investigator said it was an overflowing urinal that had no impact on the area where ballots were being counted.
A county official claimed they were forced to stop counting from 5:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. However, the investigator said the problem was solved within two hours and that ballots were not even moved, because the water was nowhere near them.
N.b., the photo is not from the State Farm Arena incident.
The Georgia Star News requested voting information from county officials. Cobb and Cook Counties complied, but DeKalb County officials claim they don’t know if they have chain of custody forms for absentee ballots put into drop boxes. However, they say they’ll fer shure find out if they have them or not within thirty business days … which of course is after the winners are supposed to take their oaths of office.
On Nov. 19, a District Judge tossed out Attorney Lin Wood’s lawsuit challenging Georgia’s election procedures, saying that as an individual voter, he had failed to show standing.
On Dec. 5, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld that ruling, adding that Wood had not shown he had suffered injury. “And because Georgia has already certified its election results and its slate of presidential electors, Wood’s requests for emergency relief are moot to the extent they concern the 2020 election.”
Wood said he was disappointed with the panel’s ruling, “as my case presents an opportunity for the judicial system to make clear that the Georgia general election was unlawful as a result of substantive changes in absentee ballot procedures by the Secretary of State without approval by the Georgia legislature.
“My vote was diluted by the unlawful voting process and will again be diluted in the runoff election, which is being conducted under the same unlawful rules. My case presents serious equal protection issues which need to be addressed by the judicial system,” he added, before saying he would file a petition with the United States Supreme Court.
On Friday, the Trump Campaign filed an election contest in Georgia state court seeking to invalidate the state’s November 3, 2020 presidential election results. Joining President Trump and the Trump campaign in the lawsuit is David Shafer, Chairman of the Georgia Republican Party, who is also a Trump presidential elector.
The suit was accompanied by sworn affidavits from dozens of Georgia residents swearing under penalty of perjury that they witnessed many violations of election law. Data experts also provided sworn testimony in the lawsuit identifying thousands of illegal votes: 2,560 felons; 66,247 underage voters, 2,423 votes from people not registered; 1,043 individuals registered at post office boxes; 4,926 individuals who voted in Georgia after registering in another state; 395 individuals who voted in two states; 15,700 votes from people who moved out of state before the election; 40,279 votes of people who moved without re-registering in their new county; and another 30,000 to 40,000 absentee ballots lacking proper signature matching and verification.