Fulton County was perhaps one of the counties most rife with fraud….
Numerous accounts of fraud or electoral misconduct in Fulton County have been reported by independent outlets all over the country.
According to the latest reports, former Senator Perdue has filed a lawsuit against Fulton County for their alleged mishandling of the 2020 elections.
Here’s more on the ongoing lawsuit:
Fulton county being sued right now by Perdue. I'm pretty sure Ruby , her daughter and Stacy will be deposed for their part in the steal
— Lisa Miller (@LisaMil04911006) December 11, 2021
Conservative Brief had various excerpts from the filed lawsuit:
Fulton County Elections Board Members and Fulton County Board of Commissioners and their agents failed in their duty of oversight of the Elections Director, who was appointed to his position by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners and Fulton County Board of Registration and Elections.
Together, the Respondents’ actions and inactions violated, and will continue to violate, the constitutional rights of one citizen, one vote, just as they violated the equal protection and due process rights of Senator David A. Perdue, an election candidate, and Elizabeth Grace Lennon, a voter, on November 3, 2020.
Former Senator David Perdue Sued Fulton County for “Absentee Ballots … Scanned Multiple Times” and “16,000 Ballots” Not Counted in 2020 Election https://t.co/EHB6gFDXTi
— Innocent Amit (@Theinnocentamit) December 10, 2021
Former Senator David Perdue has sued Fulton County for absentee ballots scanned several times and for thousands of ballots not counted at all.
— suzy (@Suzy_1776) December 10, 2021
According to The Atlanta Journal Constitution, lawsuits seem to be coming from all sides as now the ACLU is also suing Fulton County:
The ACLU of Georgia filed a lawsuit Tuesday claiming the Fulton County elections board did not give the public enough notice before it approved changes last week that affected several majority African-American precincts.
The suit is asking a Fulton judge to rescind the vote until the changes can be re-publicized.
Fulton Director of Elections and Registration Richard Barron declined comment on the suit because it was pending litigation.