VoterGA’s Garland Favorito has filed a motion to immediately begin the inspection of the ballots in Fulton County, Georgia, from the 2020 presidential election.
Favorito is leading the court case in Fulton County, Georgia, to inspect the roughly 140,000 mail-in ballots from the Nov. 3 election.
“Motion to immediately proceed with ballot inspection: Come now, Petitioners Garland Favorito, Michael Scupin, Trevor Terris, Sean Draime, Stacey Doran, Christopher Peck, and Brandi Taylor (hereafter the Favorito Petitioners), by and through their attorneys of record, and file their motion to immediately proceed with ballot inspection,” the motion stated.
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Last week, Henry County Superior Court Chief Judge Brian Amero allowed the lawsuit to proceed regarding an audit of the ballots in Fulton County, Georgia.
Almost 200 duplicate ballots were found in Fulton County, Georgia, last week by a major voting group.
Digital scans of ballots made public under Georgia’s new voting law show that nearly 200 ballots, including a write-in vote for rap artist Kanye West, were initially scanned twice last fall before a recount, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.
The discovery of identical ballots was brought to light by a group of voters called VoterGA, which is seeking to prove that the election was fraudulent.
VoterGA said they found evidence of “massive” fraud in Fulton County after reviewing ballot data.
The group says the claims are based on a VoterGA data team’s analysis of Fulton’s mail-in ballot images.
“Petitioners in a lawsuit organized by VoterGA to inspect Fulton County ballots have added stunning claims in their amended complaint and provided new evidence from public records that show Fulton County’s hand count audit of the November 3rd, 2020 election was riddled with massive errors and provable fraud,” the group said in the press release.
“The team’s analysis revealed that 923 of 1539 mail-in ballot batch files contained votes incorrectly reported in Fulton’s official November 3rd, 2020 results,” the group said.
“One type of error discovered involved duplicate results reporting for batches of ballots. The team found at least 36 batches of mail-in ballots with 4,255 total extra votes were redundantly added into Fulton Co. audit results for the November election. These illicit votes include 3,390 extra votes for Joe Biden, 865 extra votes for Donald Trump, and 43 extra votes for Jo Jorgenson. But it is not simply a case of errors,” the group said.
“The VoterGA team found 7 falsified audit tally sheets containing fabricated vote totals for their respective batches. For example, a batch containing 59 actual ballot images for Joe Biden, 42 for Donald Trump, and 0 for Jo Jorgenson was reported as 100 for Biden and 0 for Trump,” they added.
“The seven batches of ballot images with 554 votes for Joe Biden, 140 votes for Donald Trump, and 11 votes for Jo Jorgenson had tally sheets in the audit falsified to show 850 votes for Biden, 0 votes for Trump and 0 votes for Jorgenson,” the said in the press release.
Last week, it was reported that in Fulton County, Georgia, the chain of custody documents for absentee ballots cannot be found.
A Fulton County election official informed them that “a few forms are missing” and that “some procedural paperwork may have been misplaced” for the November 3, 2020 election.
And seven months after the Open Records Request, 28 counties have failed to respond at all.
That means no chain of custody documentation has been provided for around 333,000 absentee ballots.
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