Chris Enloe reports at The Blaze that Fulton County, GA ballots may be unsealed as part of an investigation into voter fraud there. He writes:
A Georgia judge signaled Monday that he may unseal absentee ballots from Fulton County and allow a government watchdog group to investigate the ballots for signs of potential voter fraud.
The development comes more than four months after the 2020 election, which Georgia state officials have repeatedly said was not impacted by substantial voter fraud.
What is the background?
Garland Favorito, co-founder of election integrity firm VoterGA, filed a lawsuit in Fulton County Superior Court alleging that “fraudulent ballots were cast and other irregularities occurred as workers counted ballots at State Farm Arena on election night,” the Atlanta Constitution-Journal reported.
The lawsuit seeks to inspect Fulton County absentee ballots for evidence of the alleged fraud.
More from the Constitution-Journal:
[Favorito] says county workers likely fabricated ballots and counted some ballots multiple times on election night. As evidence, his lawsuit cites video of the counting, as well as sworn statements from people who were present.
The observers were suspicious of ballots that were printed on a different stock of paper than regular ballots, appeared to have been printed instead of marked by ink in a voter’s hand or were not creased, indicating they had not been placed in an absentee ballot envelope and mailed.
What did the judge say?
On Monday, Henry County Superior Court Judge Brian Amero, the judge overseeing the case, signaled he may grant a request by VoterGA to inspect the ballots.
“We want to do this in such a way that dispels rumors and disinformation and sheds light,” Amero said, the Constitution-Journal reported. “The devil’s in the details.”
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