The district judge is stopping 3 Georgia counties from deleting Dominion ballot data


The district judge prevented three Georgia counties from changing or deleting Dominion ballot data on Sunday night after Republican Electoral College Republican candidates filed an emergency motion.

Judge Timothy C. Batten Sr.’s order applies to Dominion voting machines in Cobb, Gwinnett, and Cherokee counties, which are grouped in the Atlanta metropolitan area. The order does not apply to the other 156 counties in Georgia.

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“After general election and manual recount, Vice – President [Joe] On November 20, 2020, with a difference of 12,670 votes, Biden was declared the winner of the Georgian presidential election, “the plaintiffs wrote on Friday.” But the counting of the defendants’ votes, certified on November 20, is incorrect. Tens of thousands of votes counted with Vice President Biden’s final count were the result of illegality and physical and computer fraud that “led straight to filling out ballots.” “

Officials are working on the ballot at the Gwinnett County Voter Registration and Election Center on Friday, November 6, 2020, in Lawrenceville, near Atlanta.  (AP photo / John Bazemore)

Officials are working on the ballot at the Gwinnett County Voter Registration and Election Center on Friday, November 6, 2020, in Lawrenceville, near Atlanta. (AP photo / John Bazemore)

“Georgia’s election process depends entirely on the voting machines, spreadsheets and software purchased by Dominion Voting Systems Corporation (” Dominion “), which have made a compromise.

Electoral candidates, including conservative teenage expert CJ Pearson, are asking for instructions to allow them to control Dominion voting machines. Among the accused, Georgian Governor Brian Kemp and Georgian Foreign Minister Brad Raffensperger are named.

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“WE STOP THE THEFT” – Pearson tweeted on Monday.

Dominion objected that “allowing such forensic investigations would pose significant security and proprietary / trade secret risks,” Batten wrote.

Dominion must “submit a brief statement by Wednesday detailing the factual grounds for opposing the three forensic inspections, if any. The prospectus must be supported by evidence or other evidence, as necessary,” Batten instructed.

Batten’s order comes as he pays all attention to Georgia in the twin Senate run-down races and President Trump’s criticism of Kemp and Raffensperger over the election he lost.

Cobb County Election Officials Handled Ballots in One Vote, Monday, November 16, 2020, Marietta, Ga. (AP Photo / Mike Stewart)

Cobb County Election Officials Handled Ballots in One Vote, Monday, November 16, 2020, Marietta, Ga. (AP Photo / Mike Stewart)

“Why not use Governor @BrianKempGA, an unfortunate Georgian governor, with his extraordinary powers that are easy to do, override his stubborn foreign minister, and carry out a signature match on envelopes,” Trump wrote Twitter Monday morning. “Fraud will be a ‘gold mine’ and we can easily win the state.”

Dominion spokesman Michael Steel has previously refuted the claim that there is a risk of a change in the vote cast through the company’s systems. He says it is physically impossible to change the votes in the system.

“Look, when a voter votes on a Dominion machine, they fill out a ballot paper on a touch screen. They get a hard copy, which is then given to a local election official for safekeeping. If any electronic interference has taken place, the electronically reported data does not match the printed ballot papers. in the case where we examined – in Georgia, throughout the country, the level of security of the printed ballot paper, the elections, corresponded to the electronic invoice. “

Trump’s campaign has triggered a number of lawsuits that have challenged the voting systems and processes in key battlefield states such as Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.

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Fox News Edmund DeMarche and Ronn Blitzer, as well as the Associated Press, contributed to this report.