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Ladies and gentlemen we have to stop the steal
In yet ANOTHER lawsuit combatting widespread election fraud many are stepping up to the plate to make sure that diverting democracy will not go unpunished.
Lin Wood a prominent attorney in Atlanta is filing a lawsuit against the state of Georgia.
Wood claims that the settlement which allowed dems to push for absentee ballots was from the outset, unconstitutional.
Check it out:
The Gateway Pundit had the details here:
Attorney L. Lin Wood, Jr. who is a resident and legal voter of the state of Georgia, filed a legal complaint yesterday against not only Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, but also against the members of the Secretary of State’s State Board of Elections for getting into this agreement.
Wood argues in his lawsuit that given that Raffensperger had no legal authority to sign this legal document, Wood is asking of the Court, in his Prayer For Relief, the following:
(a) That, as a result of Defendants’ violations of the United States Constitution and violations of other federal and state election laws, this Court should enter an order, declaration, and/or injunction that prohibits Defendants from certifying the results of the 2020 general election in Georgia on a statewide basis;
(b) Alternatively, that, as a result of Defendants’ violations of the United States Constitution and violations of other federal and state election laws, this Court should enter an order, declaration, and/or injunction prohibiting Defendants from certifying the results of the General Elections which include the tabulation of defective absentee ballots, regardless of whether said ballots were cured;
(c) Alternatively, that, as a result of Defendants’ violations of the United States Constitution and violations of other federal and state election laws, this Court should enter an order, declaration, and/or injunction that the results of the 2020 general election in Georgia are defective as a result of the above-described constitutional violations, and that Defendants are required to cure said deficiencies in a manner described in the Litigation Settlement; and
It’s clear that Georgia Secretary of State Raffensperger signed an agreement which permitted the state of Georgia to have its election tampered with which would swing the election to the Democrats. This corrupt deal with Hillary’s attorney Elias is now being uncovered. It never should have been signed in the first place.
The Hill also had this to say:
The lawsuit came the same day that multiple news outlets projected President-elect Joe Biden the winner of the race in Georgia, making him the first Democratic White House hopeful in nearly three decades to carry the state.
Wood cited in his lawsuit Friday a March settlement that outlined changes in how signature matching on absentee ballots is handled.
Under the agreement, if the registrar or absentee ballot clerk determines that the voter's signature on the ballot envelope does not match the signature on file, that reviewer must get two others to also review it.
After that, a majority of the reviewers must agree that the signature is not a valid match in order for the ballot to be thrown out.
In Wood’s lawsuit, the attorney argues that this change was made “unilaterally” and “without the approval or direction of the Georgia General Assembly.”
"Allowing a single party to write rules for reviewing signatures is not 'conducive to the fair ... conduct of primaries and elections' or 'consistent with law,'" the lawsuit reads.
Georgia Deputy Secretary of State Jordan Fuchs responded to Wood’s lawsuit Friday, calling the legal action a "silly baseless claim."