Garland Favorito, who is spearheading the attempt to do a forensic audit of Fulton County in Georgia, released a statement after the hearing at the Henry County Courthouse regarding the lawsuit to be able to see the actual ballots from the 2020 election.
He says he believes he can prove the lawyers arguing the case lied and that he can prove it.
During the hearing, they claim that the State Election Board, and GBI (Georgia Bureau of Investigation), have been investigating the use of counterfeit ballots.
Election officials signed affidavits swearing that they saw fake ballots being counted, including absentee ballots that had never been folded.
That would be literally impossible since the ballots had to be folded in order to fit the envelopes that were used to send the ballots out.
SoS Brad Raffensperger could be complicit in the cover-up as he has fought tooth and nail against the petitioners who want to inspect the original ballots.
The judge, Brian Amero has given the state 20 days to submit additional proof before he renders his decision. Fulton County accounts for 11% of all votes cast in the 2020 election.
VoterGA believes the hearing today validated their previous findings:
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“Today the court confirmed several things we have said all along:
- There is prima facie evidence of election fraud in the affidavits from senior poll managers who swear they handled counterfeit ballots in the Fulton Co hand count audit
- The Equal Protection and Due Process claims of the petitioners are valid allegations of Constitutional rights violations based on the evidence
- An inspection of the ballots must be made to determine if they are counterfeit and whether or not the Constitutional rights of the petitioners have been violated
- The Petitioners obviously have the correct standing to pursue their claims
We will be delayed another two months because the attorney representing the Democrats on the Fulton County Election Board provided what we believe is obvious false information to the court. The GBI has never interviewed Suzi Voyles, conducted an investigation into counterfeit ballots or claimed that Suzi Voyles recanted any part of her affidavit.”
But, for now, we will have to wait until the end of those 20 days before we find out if an audit of the original ballots will be ordered by the court.