Georgia Officials Sue Over Massive Scheme to Rig the Election

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Georgia Officials Sues Over Massive Scheme to Rig the Election
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On Wednesday, prominent defense attorney Sidney Powell sued Georgia’s top officials, alleging that the Republican-run state government allowed a massive voter fraud scheme to happen, which rigged the November 3 presidential election in favor of Democrat Joe Biden.

The lawsuit was filed in the US District Court in Atlanta on numerous Georgia residents, electors, and Republican Party officials. Governor Brian Kemp, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, and state election board members were named defendants.

The complaint was 104 pages in total, and it asked the court to issue an injunction “prohibiting the Governor and Secretary of State from transmitting the currently certified results to the Electoral College based on the overwhelming evidence of election tampering.”

“The fraud was executed by any means, but the most fundamentally troubling, insidious, and egregious is the systemic adaptation of old-fashioned ‘ballot-stuffing,'” Powell’s suit alleged. “It has now been amplified and rendered virtually invisible by computer software created and run by domestic and foreign actors for that very purpose. Mathematical and statistical anomalies rising to the level of impossibilities, as shown by affidavits of multiple witnesses, documentation, and expert testimony evince this scheme across the state of Georgia.”

“This scheme and artifice to defraud affected tens of thousands of votes in Georgia alone and ‘rigged’ the election in Georgia for Joe Biden,” the suit added.

Powell’s filed suit made several allegations, some of which were:



On Wednesday, prominent defense attorney Sidney Powell sued Georgia’s top officials, alleging that the Republican-run state government allowed a massive voter fraud scheme to happen, which rigged the November 3 presidential election in favor of Democrat Joe Biden.

The lawsuit was filed in the US District Court in Atlanta on numerous Georgia residents, electors, and Republican Party officials. Governor Brian Kemp, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, and state election board members were named defendants.

The complaint was 104 pages in total, and it asked the court to issue an injunction “prohibiting the Governor and Secretary of State from transmitting the currently certified results to the Electoral College based on the overwhelming evidence of election tampering.”

“The fraud was executed by any means, but the most fundamentally troubling, insidious, and egregious is the systemic adaptation of old-fashioned ‘ballot-stuffing,'” Powell’s suit alleged. “It has now been amplified and rendered virtually invisible by computer software created and run by domestic and foreign actors for that very purpose. Mathematical and statistical anomalies rising to the level of impossibilities, as shown by affidavits of multiple witnesses, documentation, and expert testimony evince this scheme across the state of Georgia.”



“This scheme and artifice to defraud affected tens of thousands of votes in Georgia alone and ‘rigged’ the election in Georgia for Joe Biden,” the suit added.

Powell’s filed suit made several allegations, some of which were:

At least 96,600 absentee ballots were requested and counted, but they weren’t recorded as being returned to the voter’s county election board. “Thus, at a minimum, 96,600 votes must be disregarded,” the suit said.

Kemp and Raffensperger “rushed through the purchase of Dominion voting machines and software in 2019 for the 2020 Presidential Election” without due diligence and disregarded safety concerns.

“There is incontrovertible physical evidence that the standards of physical security of the voting machines and the software were breached, and machines were connected to the internet in violation of professional standards and state and federal laws.”

Fulton County election workers claimed a water leak to evacuate poll watchers and workers for several hours on election night, even as “several election workers remained unsupervised and unchallenged working at the computers for the voting tabulation machines until after 1:00 AM.”

In a settlement with Democratic parties, state officials changed the election procedures that violated both the state law and the United States Constitution.

The suit asked for more than a dozen actions to be taken, including an injunction blocking the state’s certified results showing Biden as winning by 12,000 votes from being sent to the Electoral College, an audit where signatures are matched, the impounding of election machines, and the securing of video surveillance tapes from vote-counting settings.

Georgia officials have repeatedly denied wrongdoing and said they were confident in the final tallies of votes after an audit last week.

  • At least 96,600 absentee ballots were requested and counted, but they weren’t recorded as being returned to the voter’s county election board. “Thus, at a minimum, 96,600 votes must be disregarded,” the suit said.
  • Kemp and Raffensperger “rushed through the purchase of Dominion voting machines and software in 2019 for the 2020 Presidential Election” without due diligence and disregarded safety concerns.
  • “There is incontrovertible physical evidence that the standards of physical security of the voting machines and the software were breached, and machines were connected to the internet in violation of professional standards and state and federal laws.”
  • Fulton County election workers claimed a water leak to evacuate poll watchers and workers for several hours on election night, even as “several election workers remained unsupervised and unchallenged working at the computers for the voting tabulation machines until after 1:00 AM.”
  • In a settlement with Democratic parties, state officials changed the election procedures that violated both the state law and the United States Constitution.

The suit asked for more than a dozen actions to be taken, including an injunction blocking the state’s certified results showing Biden as winning by 12,000 votes from being sent to the Electoral College, an audit where signatures are matched, the impounding of election machines, and the securing of video surveillance tapes from vote-counting settings.

Georgia officials have repeatedly denied wrongdoing and said they were confident in the final tallies of votes after an audit last week.