Fulton County Georgia ballots can be inspected for fraud by Voter GA,Judge Brian Amero granted right to unseal,Garland Favorito: “suspicious paper stock”
“Russell J. Ramsland, Jr., a cybersecurity expert from Texas, testified that his team had compared data from Dominion voting machines in those places where they were used around the nation…..Ramsland estimated that these anomalies translated to between 123,000 and 136,000 extra votes for Vice President Biden in Georgia.”…GA senate chairman Ligon report on testimony from Dec 3, 2020 hearing
“We are calling upon the elections officials to engage the GBI to investigate any and all fraudulent activities, including those which were brought to light during Senate committee hearings on December 3, 2020.”…Georgia Senate Republicans December 8, 2020
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From Georgia Star News March 16, 2021.
“Georgia Judge Gives VOTER GA the Right to Inspect Fulton County Election Ballots
Henry County Judge Brian Amero on Monday conditionally granted members of a Georgia-based coalition the right to unseal ballots from last November’s presidential election in Fulton County.
Members of that group, VOTER GA, may now inspect those ballots for evidence of voter fraud.
Amero’s decision “is almost unprecedented in Georgia history,” said VOTER GA spokesman Garland Favorito.
Former U.S. President Donald Trump lost Georgia’s electoral votes to current U.S. President Joe Biden.
The Georgia Star News asked Favorito if he and his hundreds of volunteers might find enough evidence of voter fraud in Fulton County to tip the Georgia election in favor of former U.S. President Donald Trump?
“That’s possible,” Favorito said.
Favorito said Fulton County officials have long resisted VOTER GA’s attempts to inspect their ballots.
“We have sworn affidavits from several poll managers who say they handled counterfeit ballots during the hand count audit because those were mail-in ballots that were not marked with a writing instrument like a mail-in ballot should be,” Favorito said.
“And they appeared to be on suspicious paper stock.”
Fulton County spokeswoman Regina Waller on Monday declined comment.”