BREAKING: Judge In Fulton County, GA Hearing Is Going To Prevent Scanning Of Actual Ballots…Someone Got To Him

Still No Chain Of Custody Documents Provided For 355k Mail-In Ballots In Georgia Put In Drop Boxes

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CDMedia is monitoring the hearing in Henry County, GA between Fulton County election officials and VoterGA.org, which is pushing for access to actual ballots used on Nov 3rd as witnesses testified under oath that thousands of ballots were counterfeit, not creased, and had not been mailed.

It looks like Judge Brian J Amero, Henry County Superior Court is going to rule that VoterGA can only scan images of the ballots and not the actual ballots themselves, and therefore will not be able to detect the counterfeit ballots.

From our reporter:

We are arguing that if images were machine created and if ballots were used multiple times.

Tabulation is not the point of our case therefore SoS and FC arguments are not relevant.

Jovan Pulitzer says the microscopic artifacts left by folding or the printing can be seen in his process.

VoterGA attorney made a good analogy. Photocopy of a counterfeit 100 bill to determine if counterfeit is ridiculous.

Judge buying argument that step 1 is to look only at images and only after reviewing those would he rule on getting actual ballots.

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