Georgia Judge Hears Motions on Atlanta Area Audit of 147,000 Absentee Ballots, Decision Pending


Posted originally on the conservative Tree hose on June 21, 2021 | Sundance | 64 Comments

Earlier this morning Georgia Judge Brian Amero heard arguments by Fulton County officials seeking to dismiss a lawsuit by Garland Favorito, who wants to be able to inspect 147,000 Fulton County absentee ballots.   After approximately 90 minutes of procedural arguments Judge Amero said he will consider the motions before making a ruling.  [The Full Hearing Video is Embedded Below]

The plaintiffs are basing much of their argument on sworn statements from several Atlanta election workers who said they saw “pristine” ballots with perfectly filled in ovals, duplicated ballots and double counted ballots during the election tabulation and batch audit in November.  The judge previously granted the plaintiffs access to review 147,000 ballots in high resolution scan or in person.  The election board and Fulton county are now appealing in an effort to block the review.

Recently released notes from Carter Jones, a representative of the state who was investigating the county vote tabulations procedures, supports the concerns of the plaintiffs in the case.   OAN has a good encapsulation of the current status along with a discussion with Phill Kline.

Here’s the full hearing, prompted to 19:50 after administrative beginnings:

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