Of all of the states that had problems with their own elections back in November, Georgia has probably been the most controversial state when it comes to allegations of fraud.
Something that I've said before that I'll echo once again, there's no way that Joe Biden won the state of Georgia and I don't believe anyone will convince me otherwise.
Recently, Henry County Judge Brian Amero offered conditional permission for the "Voter GA" group to proceed to check for fraud in the Fulton County vote tabulation.
Voter GA plans to use an innovative methodology developed by Jovan Pulitzer. He helped create the bar code system used in many commercial transactions.
He presently seeks volunteers to assist him in contacting voters who cast ballots during the recent election. He maintains his method will determine whether or not vote fraud occurred without necessitating an inspection of Georgia's voting machines. The ballots alone will indicate whether or not officials accurately tabulated the results of the election in Fulton County.
“Remember, this is history. This is history. You are about to see one of the pivotal events in history that will be talked about, literally, in text books and in history from here on out. It will definitely be talked about when it comes to elections in the future.”
A representative of Voter GA described the legal decision as "unprecedented." It will involve actually unsealing the ballots. If the new method for detecting vote fraud proves accurate, this methodology should offer valuable assistance to election officials and the public during future elections!
According to Georgia Star News,
Henry County Judge Brian Amero on Monday conditionally granted members of a Georgia-based coalition the right to unseal ballots from last November’s presidential election in Fulton County.
Members of that group, VOTER GA, may now inspect those ballots for evidence of voter fraud.
Amero’s decision “is almost unprecedented in Georgia history,” said VOTER GA spokesman Garland Favorito.
“We have sworn affidavits from several poll managers who say they handled counterfeit ballots during the hand count audit because those were mail-in ballots that were not marked with a writing instrument like a mail-in ballot should be,” Favorito said.