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Updated 2:19 pm Pacific Standard Time – Thursday, October 14, 2021
VoterGA, an election integrity group, will appeal a proceeding in a proceeding to challenge allegations of fraud in Fulton County, Georgia.
On Wednesday, Judge Brian Amero dismissed a proceeding by VoterGA in an attempt to investigate the 147,000 absentee ballots cast in Fulton County on suspicion of fraud. The judge said the group had no legal status and could not claim any particular injury.
However, VoterGA claimed that tens of thousands of ballots lacked a set of administrative documents and that there was evidence that those ballots were illegal. Voter GA further said it would appeal the decision.
Voter GA, Philip Singleton vs Georgia https://t.co/yTwlmm1BBx
Garland Favorite et al. V. Fulton County, etc. https://t.co/v7zkw5h8dH
Hearing: Monday, November 15, 2021 9:00 am ET https://t.co/CNFyV0XMyQ https://t.co/wrt3v9SXJb #VoterGa #FultonCo # Georgia #gapol pic.twitter.com/ZC02fs4GDC
— Garland Favorite (@VoterGa) October 12, 2021
“All Georgia citizens have the right to know if fake ballots were injected into Fulton County election results, how many were injected, where they came from, and how to prevent them from happening again in future elections. “The defender of election integrity, Garland Favorito, said in an email.
President Donald Trump also responded to the ruling, saying the fight was ongoing and Georgia voters would not give up until the corrupt elections were corrected.
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