Well, this is upsetting. After six months of stops and starts, the judge hearing the case against the Fulton County, Georgia absentee ballots issued a surprise ruling on Wednesday. He dismissed the case. Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger managed to sabotage the case, which gave Superior Court Judge Brian Amero the excuse he was probably looking for all along. This was the last remaining election fraud case in Georgia and our best chance to finally have the magical suitcase ballots from State Farm Arena examined. Ugh.
State Farm Arena, you probably remember, was the vote counting facility in Atlanta where election supervisors originally told observers that ballot counting needed to be stopped on Election Night because a water main pipe had broken. Run for your lives! That turned out to be a lie. Then at 1:30 in the morning, they told everyone to go home because ballot counting would resume at 8:30 a.m. (Conveniently, this happened in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin and Arizona at the exact same time.)
When the observers left, webcam video from inside the arena revealed that a handful of election workers and a supervisor had stayed behind. They pulled suitcases (not a legal, approved ballot transportation receptacle) out from under a table where they had been concealed and proceeded to carry out the late-night Biden miracle, in which batches of magic suitcase ballots were rammed through the counting machines four or five times in a row.
VoterGA and their attorney Garland Favorito sued over the Fulton County absentee ballots after multiple election workers came forward and signed affidavits under penalty of perjury. The witnesses all stated that when the absentee ballots were counted, they witnessed ballots that were obviously counterfeit. These were seasoned election workers, one of whom had been on the job for 20 years, who were publicly willing to state that they saw counterfeit ballots in Fulton County.
VoterGA made it right up to the door of the building where the ballots were stored back in June. Judge Amero had authorized the ballots to be unsealed so that VoterGA could examine them. At the last second, election supervisors threw up legal roadblocks to stop the unsealing. This was the first of several delays that Amero authorized.
During the last hearing in the case in September, it looked like Amero was finally going to let VoterGA examine the ballots. But attorneys from Brad Raffensperger’s office showed up at the last minute to inform the court that examining the ballots was unnecessary. Raffensperger had already sent his own team of investigators to examine the ballots. How convenient.
The judge delayed the case once again, to wait and see what Raffensperger’s investigators found. They showed up on Wednesday and informed the judge that they couldn’t find any counterfeit ballots. Why, the election was squeaky clean! Nothing to see here! There was no need for VoterGA to examine the ballots, because the judge and the voters in Georgia could rest easy knowing that Brad Raffensperger was on the case. Safest and most secure election ever!
That was the exit strategy that Judge Brian Amero was waiting for. He suddenly dismissed the VoterGA case due to “lack of standing.”
This makes no sense at all to anyone who has been following this case for the past six months. Judge Amero nearly allowed the plaintiffs into the building to unseal the ballots back in June. They apparently “had standing” then! But now they don’t have standing in October? What changed?
Amero claimed in his ruling that the plaintiffs didn’t have standing because they had not proven any specific harm had been done to them. How about a stolen election? Wasn’t that enough harm? How about $5-a-gallon gasoline, or $7-a-pound bacon? And all the other harm that has resulted due to Americans not having their duly elected president in office? Phony Joe Biden has caused plenty of harm to all of us.
Once again, the American people are being asked to believe the fraudulent results of the 2020 election, because the very same people who carried out the fraud were unable to locate any fraud. Brad Raffensperger is on the case, so rest easy, Georgia voters! Your lying eyes and that video of the magic suitcase ballots does not mean what you think it means. And no, you cannot examine the ballots. That’s crazy talk! Why would you want to do that after Brad Raffensperger already checked them?