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Judge Dismisses Fulton County Audit Case


This is an absolute travesty of justice…..

Fulton County IS the smoking gun in my opinion.

A judge recently dismissed the Fulton County audit case, and he cited a ‘lack of standing’ for his ruling. The only thing I have to say is: are you kidding me?

Georgia had a number of discrepancies that were highly suspicious to say the least, and that incident at the stadium alone should lead everyone to question what happened in Georgia during the 2020 election.

Could it be that this judge is compromised, or has other motives?

Some are saying yes:

The Atlanta Journal Constitution had more on the story:

A judge dismissed a lawsuit Wednesday by election skeptics who sought to inspect absentee ballots from last year’s presidential election in Fulton County, a decision that came a day after Georgia election investigators told the court they were unable to find any counterfeit ballots.

Superior Court Judge Brian Amero ruled that the plaintiffs lacked standing to sue, bringing the case to a close and keeping the county’s 147,000 original absentee ballots under seal.

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Kyle Becker of Becker News questioned the judge’s motives:

However there are still major unresolved questions about how Fulton County handled the 2020 election. It appears that there will be no remedy for its apparent corrupt practices.

Ruby Freeman and her daughter Wandrea Shaye Moss were central to the after-hours ballot-counting operation at State Farm Arena during the 2020 election.

Among their activites were dragging out boxes of ballots from under a table after election observers were wrongfully sent home early at State Farm Arena. CCTV shows that the election workers ran stacks of ballots through tabulators on video, some of them multiple times.


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