Contrary to popular belief, the 2020 election is not over yet—at least not in Georgia. Thanks to the ongoing efforts of Garland Favorito and the group VoterGA, there is still an outstanding election case lingering in the courts in Georgia.
The case is about a batch of 150,000 absentee ballots that were never folded and stuffed into envelopes—and yet they were somehow cast and counted as legal ballots. The ballots also had perfectly-filled-in ovals for Joe Biden, as if one ballot had been run through a copy machine 150,000 times. The implications of this case are, needless to say, huge.
VoterGA sued to inspect these ballots in December of 2020—three years ago. The ballots have been under a court seal since that suit was filed. A Superior Court judge dismissed the case back in 2021, claiming that the plaintiffs “lacked standing.” This was the same chicken-manure excuse that the scaredy-cat judges used in 57 lawsuits that the Trump campaign filed over the stolen 2020 election.
Back in March of this year, the Georgia Court of Appeals overruled that judge’s decision and said VoterGA has standing and has the right to inspect these 150,000 ballots. The case was then assigned to a new judge named Robert McBurney. The Superior Court was required by law to move on the case within 90 days of it being reassigned to McBurney. However, McBurney has now sat on the case for six months and hasn’t done anything with it.
Fast-forward to 2023. Donald Trump and 19 co-defendants have been charged under RICO statutes in Georgia for trying to investigate what happened in 2020. One of those co-defendants is Harrison Floyd. He was the black guy in the group of co-defendants who was locked up in jail instead of being released on bail like all the rest of the MAGA crew.
Floyd didn’t plead guilty and is in fact fighting the charges against him and says that he intends to prove the 2020 election was stolen in Georgia. As part of his criminal defense, his legal team has subpoenaed the 2020 election records held by the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office and Fulton County. Guess what’s in those election records?
The 150,000 absentee ballots that have been under a protective court seal for the past three years. The ballots that Judge McBurney is now dragging his feet on and defying the Georgia Court of Appeals’ order to grant VoterGA the right to inspect them.
This is a perfect legal storm for the people who stole the 2020 election. Stealing a presidential election is a treason-level crime, worthy of the death penalty.
The Fulton County Board of Registrations and Elections didn’t just hire a couple of regular attorneys to represent them in the Favorito/VoterGA case. They hired a pair of criminal defense attorneys to represent them. And in a brand-new development, those two criminal defense attorneys suddenly filed an emergency motion to recuse themselves from the case last week.
Everyone who has been following this case closely for the past three years knows exactly what that means. Fulton County is incapable of producing the 150,000 absentee ballots because they have either gone “missing” or been destroyed, despite being under a protective court order. The attorneys representing Fulton County obviously don’t want to be associated with the poo-storm of lawlessness there, and now they’re trying to run for the hills.
Why else would Fulton County and Judge McBurney be dragging their feet for six months? VoterGA has the right to inspect those ballots, so let them inspect them! But they can’t inspect them if somebody destroyed the evidence.
This also has an effect on the RICO case against President Trump, Harrison Floyd, and the other co-defendants. If Harrison Floyd needs those ballots to prove his innocence, and those ballots were destroyed by government employees (and it sure looks like they were), then he can’t be convicted at trial. Someone with the State of Georgia destroyed evidence that was under a protective court seal.
Which means that Donald Trump, Harrison Floyd, and the other 18 co-defendants must all have the charges against them dismissed—even the dummies who already pleaded guilty. The ballots under the protective order were in the possession of Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger’s office. Why would the Secretary of State’s office destroy or “lose” those ballots, unless they had something serious they were trying to hide?