A judge allowed a lawsuit alleging fraud in Georgia’s most populous county during the November election and seeking a review of absentee ballots to move forward. Following is the update about Georgia election audit.
Vernon Jones sounds the alarm on Georgia election audit – Sep 8
Democrat-turned-Republican Vernon Jones, who served in the Georgia House of Representatives from 1993 to 2001 and 2017 to 2021, sounded the alarm on Georgia election audit.
Fulton County recount included 60% error reporting rate
On Tuesday morning VoterGA sent out a statement of their findings before the press conference. The voter integrity group found that the Fulton County Georgia recount included a 60% error reporting rate.
The full text of the press release from VoterGA is here.
President Trump: News from Georgia “Beyond Incredible”
On Wednesday morning President Trump weighed in on the explosive revelations.
President Trump: “The news coming out of Georgia is beyond incredible. The hand recount in Fulton County was a total fraud! They stuffed the ballot box—and got caught. We will lose our Country if this is allowed to stand.”
Georgia election audit: Judge allows ballot review case to move forward
Originally filed in December, the lawsuit says there is evidence of fraudulent ballots and improper ballot counting in Fulton County. The county, county elections board and county courts clerk had filed motions to dismiss the lawsuit. They argued, among other things that the the lawsuit was barred by sovereign immunity, a principle that says state and local governments and can only be sued if they agree to it.
After holding a hearing on those motions Monday, Henry County Superior Court Chief Judge Brian Amero, who was specially appointed to preside over the case, agreed. He ruled that the constitutional claims against those three entities are barred by sovereign immunity and dismissed them. But he also granted a request by the petitioners to add the individual members of the county election board as respondents in the lawsuit instead.
The suit was filed by nine Georgia voters and is spearheaded by Garland Favorito, a longtime critic of Georgia’s election systems. As part of the suit, they are seeking to inspect some 147,000 absentee ballots to determine whether there are illegitimate ballots among them.
In fact, this latest ruling is the fifth consecutive ruling, from the same judge, in favor of the audit.
Huge victory in Georgia for forensic election audit
John Fredericks, who has been following the Georgia election and audit closely, explains the nature of this win and why it’s so important to getting to the bottom of what happened in Georgia on November 3.
President Trump cheers huge court win in Georgia
President Trump cheered HUGE Court Win in Georgia, pointed to Hopeful Developments in AZ, PA and WI – Calls Out “No Good” Michigan RINOs
GOP pushing for Arizona-style election audits to nationwide
Audits like the one underway in Arizona could soon spread nationwide, as lawmakers from such states as Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Utah have traveled to observe the audit and expressed interest in potentially launching their own probes.
Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos announced a new investigation into the state’s election results in May and Republicans are pushing forward with an effort to examine ballots in Fulton County, Georgia, and other efforts could potentially launch in other battleground states like Pennsylvania and Michigan.
- Bernie Kerik says there’s explosive news coming out of Georgia
- Georgia investigator reveals ‘massive’ election integrity problems in Atlanta
- Audit shows multiple problems with voting in Fulton County, Georgia
- Bernard Kerik: 17,400 ‘missing’ ballots in Georgia would have put Trump on top
- 531 Georgia Republicans urge Kemp to pursue forensic audit of 2020 election