On December 30, attorney Lin Wood filed an emergency petition with the US Supreme Court where he is seeking to block the Georgia Senate runoff elections next week, a mere few days after his lawsuit was rejected by a federal judge.
Wood, an attorney doing work on behalf of President Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign, filed his petition on Wednesday asking for a judge’s order to halt the January 5, 2021 runoff elections for US Senate in Georgia, “until such time as the respondents agree to comply with the Georgia Legislature’s prescribed election procedures.”
Of course, nobody expects the Court to rule in his favor even though what he is asking for is legit and 100 percent Constitutional.
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, along with Vice-Chair of the Georgia State Election Board Rebecca N. Sullivan, and members of the Georgia State Election Board David J. Worley, Matthew Mashburn, and Anh Le are listed as respondents.
Wood’s petition also asks that a judge orders the preservation of election-related materials, and order election officials to provide one voting machine used in the November 3 presidential election from each Georgia county for forensic examination. I don’t know why, because the cretins in the Democratic Party have probably already erased all the evidence.
This order was filed only days after Wood filed a different lawsuit in the US District Court in Atlanta earlier this month, arguing that the secretary of state’s office violated the law in the way it handled absentee and mail-in ballots during the November 3 election. Wood argued that the state’s process to verify signatures on ballots was flawed, among other allegations. This was made possible by an illegal consent decree that Raffensperger went into with the Democrats, including the lunatic Stacey Abrams who still lives in a fantasy world where she thinks she is the true governor of Georgia.
The injunctive relief Wood sought was denied by US District Judge Timothy Batten Sr. on December 28, saying that the allegations in the lawsuit are speculative, while asserting that Wood lacked standing.
The concept of “standing” is not in the Constitution, and it is always used by judges who are too cowardly to hear a case. The whole idea is that if you are not harmed by what you’re arguing over then you lack standing. Lin Wood is a resident of Georgia and he voted for Donald Trump. If the Democrats created, they most certainly nullified his vote, and therefore he has standing.
The petition declares that the district court made an error when it “summarily” dismissed Wood’s lawsuit that was “supported by numerous fact and expert witness declarations and affidavits.” The courts are as corrupt at the Democrats.
Wood’s suit to the district court is “part of a larger effort to expose and reverse an unprecedented conspiracy to steal the 2020 General Election, as well as the January 5, 2021, senatorial runoff election in the State of Georgia,” it states. Some conspiracies are real, and folks, it looks like this one is.
Wood and others “seek to expose the massive coordinated election fraud that occurred in the 2020 General Election, that will inevitably repeat itself” in the senate runoffs, the petition claims.
Raffensperger, in a statement on December 28, said that his office “time and time again” has been able to fend off lawsuits related to the November 3 election. Can you believe a Republican secretary of state is fighting election fraud accusations that harmed a sitting president from his own party? Did you ever think you would see the day?
“We have successfully fought off lawsuits from the right and the left looking to undermine rule of law in Georgia,” Raffensperger wrote. “The numerous baseless and frivolous lawsuits … are just the latest in a long history of lawsuits to nowhere in Georgia.”
I honestly believe this man is a mental patient. The lawsuits are not “baseless and frivolous,” because he, as the Secretary of State of Georgia, broke the law when he violated the Constitution by entering into that consent decree with the Democrats that ultimately changed election law. The Secretary of State does not have the authority to change election laws. The office can only enforce the laws that were written by the state legislature. Article I, Section 4 of the US Constitution gives the power to create and change election laws to the state legislatures and not to the Executive branch of the Judicial branch. This is black letter law.
ARTICLE I, SECTION 4:
The Times, Places and Manner of holding Elections for Senators and Representatives, shall be prescribed in each State by the Legislature thereof; but the Congress may at any time by Law make or alter such Regulations, except as to the Places of chusing Senators. [Emphasis added]
The January 5 runoff elections have Senators David Perdue (R-GA) and Kelly Loeffler (R-GA) competing against Democrats Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock. Both Democrats are radical leftists who have a subversive view of our country.
If the Democrats win both of these seats it would hand control of the US Senate over to the Democrats, and it would most certainly lead to the end of our republic. I’m not being hyperbolic here. The Democrats have already told us the things they will do if they get control of the Senate, things like they will get rid of the filibuster rule, which will allow the Democrats to shove any legislation down America’s throat. They said they will make Puerto Rico and Washington, DC states giving them four more senators so that the Democrats will always have a majority. They said they will pack the US Supreme Court and federal courts so that leftist activist judges will rule against the Constitution daily. Folks, those three things alone would end our republic.
The best thing you can do right now to save our country from ruin is to support the two Republican candidates in the Georgia Senate runoff elections any way you can.
Rich is syndicated opinion columnist for David Harris Jr. and owner of Maga-Chat.com. He writes about politics, culture, liberty and faith.
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