What are Democrats so worried about?
As TGP reported back in May — Lawyers for the Fulton County Georgia Board of Registration and Elections filed an official request to the court to dismiss the election fraud case brought by Garland Favorito and others before the forensic audit was launched on May 28th.
This was after Judge Brian Amero from Henry County in Georgia ruled the week before that the audit in Fulton County, Georgia, must proceed. This came after a video report by The Gateway Pundit back in early December revealed the same batch of ballots were being counted two and three times on election night after observers were told to leave the facility.
The judge ordered the parties to appear at the Fulton County ballot storage location at 10 AM on May 28th, which was the Friday before the Memorial Day Weekend.
But then Georgia Judge Brian Amero announced on that Thursday that the Friday meeting would no longer take place due to the motions filed by Fulton County officials to suspend the forensic analysis.
It now appears the Fulton County officials successfully delayed action until sometime in July. The parties will appear in court again on June 21.
And attorney Favorito is requesting security video from when the building was left open on Saturday May 29th.
Via The Epoch Times:
“We have confirmed that there are five pallets of shrink-wrapped ballots in a county warehouse,” Favorito said in an interview with RealClearInvestigations.
He and other petitioners were ordered to meet at the warehouse May 28 to settle the terms of the inspection of the absentee ballots. But the day before the scheduled meeting, the county filed a flurry of motions to dismiss the case, delaying the inspection indefinitely.
“We will be in court on June 21 to resolve these motions,” said Favorito, calling them another “roadblock” the county has tried to throw in their way. He expects talks over the logistics of the inspection to resume after the Fourth of July holiday.
As part of his May 21 order, Superior Court Judge Brian Amero requested officials guard the warehouse around the clock until an inspection date can be set. But just eight days later, a breach in security was reported after sheriff’s deputies left their post for a couple of hours.
“The front door was [found] unlocked and wide open in violation of the court order,” Favorito said.
County officials confirmed that a motion-detection alarm was triggered Saturday, May 29, shortly after the deputies drove away from the building in their patrol cars around 4 p.m. But they said a locked room where the ballots are kept “was never breached or compromised.”
Favorito is not convinced, and his lawyer is seeking to obtain the video footage from building security cameras. “How do we know for certain there was no tampering with the ballots?” asked Favorito, who said he did not vote for Trump.