Judge Timothy Batten Issues An Emergency Order to Freeze All Dominion Machines in Georgia Then Reverses His Decision In Hours


What is going on here?

Judge Timothy Batten issued an emergency order to temporarily prevent Georgia officials from deleting or resetting any voting machines in the State of Georgia.

This was a major win for the Trump campaign but then out of nowhere Judge Batten reversed his decision.

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Many are shocked by the reversal and believe Judge Batten compromised for some unknown reason.

You just don’t make a huge decision then reverse it hours later without someone telling you to do so.

The NZ Herald reported the story and had this to say:

A Georgia court briefly granted an order to prevent voting machines being wiped on Sunday, before reversing course.

A lawyer fighting to overturn Georgia’s election results touted a short-lived victory on Sunday, with a federal judge briefly granting, then reversing, an order seeking to prevent voting machines being wiped.

L. Lin Wood is suing Georgia Governor Brian Kemp, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger and several members of the state election board in an attempt to decertify the election results and have Donald Trump declared the winner.

On Sunday, US District Court Judge Timothy Batten granted Wood’s request for a temporary injunction. “Plaintiffs contend that Union County officials have advised that they are going to wipe or reset the voting machines of all data and bring the count back to zero on Monday, November 30,” Judge Batten wrote.

Within hours, however, Judge Batten reversed the order after being advised by the defendants that the machines were controlled by the local counties. “Plaintiffs’ request fails because the voting equipment that they seek to impound is in the possession of county election officials,” he wrote.

The Washington Examiner added this tidbit:

A federal judge ordered all voting machines in Georgia not be wiped until further notice in a lawsuit seeking an inspection of the hardware, but hours later reversed the order, noting that the machines at the center of the request are in the possession of county election officials.

The U.S. district judge, Timothy Batten, issued another order late in the evening to say officials are temporarily restrained from allowing the alteration, destruction, or erasure of software or data from Dominion machines in three Georgia counties.

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