GA to conduct forensic audit of ballots in Fulton County

Gateway PunditJudge Amero granted the motion to unseal the ballots, but will only allow the Fulton County employees themselves to scan the ballots to a 600dpi uncompressed resolution, and have the VoterGA forensic experts present during the process.

CDMediaIn an ongoing hearing, Henry County, GA judge, the Honorable Brian J. Amero may give access to the plaintiffs (, Garland Favorito, and another plaintiff) to the physical mail-in ballots in Fulton County, which could show massive election fraud in GA during the 2020 presidential election cycle, and the follow-on runoff that decided control of the U.S. Senate for the Democrat Party, leading to full control of the American government.

In the hearing, lawyers for described large discrepancies (21%) between the number of ballot batches reported by the GA Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger who certified the election, and the number of ballot batches actually provided by court-ordered access in the previous April hearing in the case.

Just The NewsForensics expert David Sawyer told the court that he had identified a discrepancy in the number of ballot batches received from the Dominion Voting Systems software, compared to the number Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger’s office listed as having been examined in an audit.

Copnservative TreehouseThere are approximately ten plaintiffs in an ongoing lawsuit about the election and ballot tabulation in Fulton County (Atlanta), Georgia. The state and local officials had been denying access to the physical ballots, only permitting a review of low resolution scanned images. However, an expert testified a disparity of approximately 21% (of those “low resolution” absentee ballot batches) from what the state reported to what the auditors were able to see. A large number of the scanned ballots appear to have been counted twice.

Bottom line here: there's a large discrepancy in the ballots in a Georgia county, suggesting up to 20% were counted twice. There are also serious flaws in chain of custody documentation. This was enough to convince a judge to allow access to the physical ballots in order to produce high quality ballot images and check for fraud -- similar, but on a smaller scale, to the audit taking place in Arizona.

If problems are found in this audit it will give political support to a more complete audit in other counties of GA, as well as other states.

This entry was published Fri May 21 23:16:44 CDT 2021 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2021-05-21 23:16:44.0. [Tweet]

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