Georgia judge asks 2020 election investigators for findings on fraudulent ballots

A Georgia judge asked state officials to inform his court of an ongoing investigation into allegations that fake ballot papers were cast in populous Fulton County during the 2020 election.
Brian Amero, Henry County Supreme Court Justice overseeing the voters' case against members of the district's electoral committee, asked state election investigators and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation to provide information on all the results to date. You have 20 days to reply.
"It's important to me that we know whether or not fake ballot papers were included in the mix," Amero said in a trial on Monday, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
The month-long lawsuit is based on allegations by two Republican election examiners who alleged they checked "plain" postal ballot papers with perfectly filled ovals in a November review, the outlet said. Republican ballot counters also claimed that some postal ballot papers had no wrinkles, which allegedly showed that they were not put in envelopes.
Garland Favorito, the lead plaintiff and leader of the Voter GA electoral reform group, alleged "major postal ballot fraud" in Fulton County earlier this summer and said there were "10,000 to 20,000 likely false ballots."
He said Monday that he and his co-plaintiffs are trying to "check the ballot papers and see if they are fake". The lawsuit aims to review a total of approximately 147,000 postal votes.
"We don't want any organization that claims electoral authorities to tell us what these ballots are," he said after the hearing. "We Georgia want to see the ballot papers ourselves in front of the cameras. Everyone can decide: yes, they are fake or no, they are not."
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensberger, who has criticized Fulton's electoral administration and labeled it "one of our longtime Democrat-led problem areas", has backed stricter oversight of Fulton County during the 2020 election cost former President Donald Trump the White House .
The Washington Examiner reached out to the Fulton County and Raffensperger office for comment on Amero's request.
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Original Author: Jeremy Beaman
Original location: Georgia judge asks 2020 election investigators for intelligence on fraudulent ballot papers

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