Georgia’s election fraud lawsuit has been named Bama’s student

Attorney Sidney Powell’s lawsuit over election fraud on Wednesday is called a Georgian student at the University of Alabama.

CJ Pearson, a first-year student at the University of Alabama who is a Republican candidate in the Electoral College, is a plaintiff in the lawsuit alleging voting irregularities in Georgia.

The lawsuit against CJ Pearson v. Kemp was filed on November 25 in the U.S. District Court for North Georgia and alleges that there was a “ballot paper” that was “made virtually invisible by computer software created and operated by domestic and foreign players”.

Coreco Ja’Qan Pearson is first on the list of plaintiffs. The defendants are Georgian Governor Brian Kemp and other Georgian officials.

The Trump administration issued a statement on Sunday that Powell is not a member of the president’s legal team.

Nevertheless, the 104-page lawsuit filed by Powell refers to voting irregularities that Powell and other lawyers said favored Democratic candidate Joe Biden at the expense of President Donald Trump.

According to the plaintiffs, the lawsuit reveals “massive electoral fraud, multiple violations of Georgian law … and multiple violations of the constitution, as evidenced by witnesses to specific events, several expert witnesses, and mere mathematical impossibilities in the Georgia 2020 general election.”

The lawsuit alleges “the system and craftsmanship of the fraud was intended to illegally and fraudulently manipulate the counting of votes to ensure the election of Joe Biden as President of the United States”.