With the forensic audit in Georgia drawing ever so closer, Democrats have really started to panic, and I mean big time.
Attorneys that are involved with representing the Fulton County Georgia Board of Registration and Elections are seeking to try and stop this audit in it's tracks before it even begins.
They have asked the court to throw out a case regarding election [email protected] in an attempt to stop the audit before they end up being completely exposed.
The motion to dismiss, which was filed on Wednesday, argued Garland Favorito and the other plaintiffs never served the county and that the Superior Court of Fulton County lacks jurisdiction in the case.
Attorneys also argued that Fulton County is not a proper party to the case.
“It is an improper party because it is not the final policymaker with control over elections,” the motion said. “The Elections Code states that where there is a board of elections, that entity acts as a superintendent and conducts elections and primaries.”
Last Friday, Superior Court Judge Brian Amero ruled in favor of the plaintiffs’ complaint, which seeks a declaratory judgment ruling that the county violated Georgia’s due process and equal protection clauses with respect to 2020 absentee ballot tabulation, according to a summary in Wednesday’s motion to dismiss.
There's honestly no telling what's going to happen with this and if the case will be dismissed or not. I think that it's likely that it may not be dismissed seeing that last week, Judge Brian Amerio ruled that the audit in Fulton County would proceed.
In the hearing, lawyers for VoterGA.org described large discrepancies (21%) between the number of ballot batches reported by the GA Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger who certified the election, and the number of ballot batches actually provided by court-ordered access in the previous April hearing in the case.
VoterGA.org has been examining the ballot images at a low resolution since the hearing in April, and declared they need the actual physical ballots to understand the number of counterfeit ballots certified.
You know as well as I do that the election in Georgia was chock full of problems and I think that a forensic audit in Fulton County, as well as any other location would reveals damning information about just how insecure the election may have been.