A Georgia Judge recently indicated that there may be a process where ballots could be unsealed in Fulton County Georgia in order to institute a fraud investigation.
Here’s what The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported:
” A lawsuit filed in Fulton County Superior Court contends that fraudulent ballots were cast and other irregularities occurred as workers counted ballots at State Farm Arena on election night. Those allegations were investigated and dismissed by the secretary of state’s office. Nonetheless, Henry County Superior Court Judge Brian Amero — who is overseeing the case — said he’s inclined to order the ballots to be unsealed and reviewed by experts hired by Garland Favorito, a voting-integrity advocate.”
Henry County Superior Court Judge Brian Amero said he is inclined to order the ballots unsealed and reviewed by experts hired by Garland Favorito, an advocate of voting integrity, according to a report from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Amero, during a Monday court hearing, said that if the ballots are unsealed, there needs to be a plan in order to make sure they’re kept in secret and kept secure.
“We want to do this in such a way that dispels rumors and disinformation and sheds light,” Amero said. “The devil’s in the details.”
This official also said that unsealing the ballots would NOT happen until he was content with the process of how the ballots would be unsealed.
Though many people are petitioning for the ballots to be opened for investigation, the judge is being extra careful due to the mass virility of disinformation that could arise if the investigation was not done properly.
This case is not one of accusations, but of the American people just wanting their government to clarify some results and it isn’t a “HUGE” deal that government officials would listen to their own constituents.
Since there are lawsuits involved, this could be a good sign for people who continue to press the election officials. However, this is not going to alter the course of history in any major way.
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