Georgia judge unseals more than 145,000 absentee ballots for 2020 fraud probe

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After months of consideration, a judge in Fulton County, Georgia, has ruled that absentee ballots from the 2020 presidential election will be unsealed and examined for evidence of fraud.

Henry Superior Court Judge Brian Amero said in a hearing Friday that Fulton election officials will be required to keep ballots in their custody. More than 145,000 ballots will be analyzed. The decision comes on the heels of a lawsuit filed by voting integrity advocate Garland Favorito, who determined county workers may have recorded individual votes multiple times, and eight others. His lawsuit directly points to footage of the counting process and statements from individuals who observed the counting. There have been dozens of election-related lawsuits in Georgia

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I wonder how trust worthy the county officials are that are going to be conducting it since the judge decline to let an independent private company scan them. Hope the plaintiffs get their moneys worth and are able to uncover any corruption.



h/t The Future Hegemon


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