President Trump and a Georgian Republican voter filed the latest lawsuit on Friday, challenging last month’s election results, citing provable events when Georgia’s election laws were violated “a thousand times”.
“Due to significant systemic misconduct, fraud and other irregularities during the election process, many thousands of illegal votes were cast, reported and included in the tables of the disputed election of the President of the United States, raising significant doubts about the outcome of the election,” the lawsuit said. .
Trump and the Republican voter also allege that Fulton County election officials lied to Republican pollsters at 10pm on election day, saying they were done with the job that day.
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“After the Fulton County election, officials lied and cheated on Republican pollsters and members of the press, and thus Republican poll observers and members of the press — with reasonable reliance — left the State Economic Arena (where the ballot paper was processed). transparency of the public Fulton County election officials continued to process, handle and hand over the many thousands of ballots, “the lawsuit said.
Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger’s office told Fox News earlier Friday that a video of the alleged incident showed no election fraud and the ballot papers were kept in the appropriate containers.
Republican Gabriel Sterling, implementation manager for the Georgian voting system, tweeted on Friday that the Secretary of State’s election investigators watched all the videos and concluded that “normal ballot paper shows processing.”
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“If you look at the videotape, the job you see is the job you can expect, that is, to look at things with a sealed suitcase, put the ballot papers on the scanner in manageable portions, and scan them,” Sterling told Lead Stories Thursday.
Georgia’s foreign affairs chief investigator Frances Watson told Lead Stories on Thursday that no one told Republican pollsters to leave.
“No one told them to stay. No one told them to leave,” he told the news agency. “No one gave them advice on what to do. And he was still open to them or the audience to come back anytime to see, anytime they wanted, while they were working.”
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Legislators and conservative experts have seized the video as evidence of misconduct. Representative Jody Hice, R-Ga. He called it “explosive fraud” on Thursday.
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Georgia Governor Brian Kemp has called for a signature check on the “Ingraham Nail” Thursday night, but that call can only be made by the Secretary of State.
According to the Secretary of State, Biden won Georgia by a difference of 12,670 votes.
Fox News Audrey Conklin and Evie Fordham contributed to this report.