Is the house of cards from the 2020 election crumbling? It sure looks like it. Immediately after the 2020 election, the Fulton County, Georgia ballot controversy began. Red flags were everywhere, but the Georgia officials failed to push an investigation forward. Now, a judge has moved to unseal ballots:
Chief Judge Brian Amero of Henry County, Georgia, just ordered Fulton County ballots from the 2020 election unsealed. Judge Amero ordered a meeting at the ballot storage facility on May 28th at 10 am – ballots will be scanned at 600 dpi or higher. According to CD-Media, the protocol is to be determined.
Kevin Kelton reports;
Judge Amero granted the motion to unseal the ballots, but will only allow the Fulton County employees themselves to scan the ballots to a 600dpi uncompressed resolution, and have the VoterGA forensic experts present during the process.
Garland’s people found HUGE discrepancies in the images provided to them…347 missing batches (100 ballots in a batch) and many batches scanned TWICE.
Garland's people found HUGE discrepancies in the images provided to them…347 missing batches (100 ballots in a batch) and many batches scanned TWICE.
— KevinKelton (@KevinKelton2) May 21, 2021
CD media and Gateway Pundit report:
In the hearing, lawyers for VoterGA.org described large discrepancies (21%) between the number of ballot batches reported by the GA Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger who certified the election, and the number of ballot batches actually provided by court-ordered access in the previous April hearing in the case.
VoterGA.org has been examining the ballot images at a low resolution since the hearing in April. They declared they need the actual physical ballots to understand the number of counterfeit ballots certified.
BREAKING: Judge Brian Amero has granted a motion to unseal and inspect Fulton County Absentee Ballots from the 2020 election.
This is a big step toward restoring transparency and confidence in our elections.
— Uncle Sam 🇺🇸 (@Sam_Of_America) May 21, 2021