Former Senator David Perdue was given a win as a Georgia judge ordered the state’s most populous county to maintain 2020 Election records.
In December 2021, former Senator and the current gubernatorial candidate, David Perdue, sued Fulton County, Georgia for the fraudulent election results in that county in the 2020 Election.
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Liz Harrington went through Senator Perdue’s suit and noted multiple accusations of fraud in the 2020 Election in the county. As a result of the results that were counted in the county, Senator Perdue lost his seat in the election.
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This evening it was reported that a judge has ruled that Fulton County should provide additional layers of security for the 2020 Election records.
BREAKING: A judge has ordered 148k mail in ballots and supporting files from Fulton County, GA, to be preserved.
There’s speculation that the ruling is a precursor to having the ballots unsealed and inspected. – War Room Pandemic
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John Solomon at Just the News writes:
Georgia judge has issued an extraordinary ruling in requiring the state’s largest county to provide an “additional layer of security” for 2020 election records, handing former GOP Sen. David Perdue and 2022 gubernatorial candidate a major victory in his court-related, election-integrity efforts.
“Petitioners have asked that the court enter an order preserving the voting records at issue in this litigation,” reads the three-page decision Thursday by Judge Robert McBurney, of the Superior Court of Fulton County, Atlanta Judicial Circuit.
“The Clerk of Superior Court of Fulton County is the current custodian of those records; she is statutorily obligated to maintain the records for at least two years (a period which extends to November 2022, if not beyond)…
…The suit names as respondents Fulton County Elections Director Richard Barron “in his individual capacity, et al.”