Thank goodness a Georgia Federal Appeals Court has approved an expedited review of  Sidney Powell’s request for a forensic review of voting machines in three counties. Time is of the essense in the request for a forensic review of Dominion voting machines.

Sidney Powell’s lawsuit claims Dominion voting machines were not secure during the 2020 election. There have been questions raised about whether foreign countries hacked into the voting system. There has also been testimony about a connection to Frankfurt, Germany via the Dominion machines:

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U.S. District Judge Timothy Batten Sr. issued an order last Sunday restricting officials in Georgia’s Cherokee, Cobb, and Gwinnett counties from resetting Dominion voting machines:

“Defendants are hereby ENJOINED and RESTRAINED from altering, destroying, or erasing, or allowing the alteration, destruction, or erasure of, any software or data on any Dominion voting machine in Cobb, Gwinnett, and Cherokee Counties.  This temporary restraining order shall remain in effect for ten days, or until further order of the Court, whichever comes first.”

According to Bloomberg, Judge Batten didn’t grant Powell an immediate audit of the voting machines. He allowed her to appeal to the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals and the federal appeals court plans to expedite hearings on Powell’s request.

Georgia has been in the news for the bombshell hearing today that revealed illegal activity by polll workers who took out briefcases with ballots to plug into the voting machines. There was also tesimony showing just how open voting was to everyone no matter if it was a legal vote.

Video footage from Georgia shows that poll workers were told to stop counting and leave, while 4 people stayed behind to continue counting ballots in private.

The Georgia state Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing on Thursday that will examine alleged “election improprieties” and work to ensure the “integrity of Georgia’s voting process.”

President Trump was ahead of Joe Biden by more than 110,000 votes in Georgia on election night when all of a sudden Fulton County stopped counting ballots after a pipe burst.

Poll watchers were kicked out of the State Farm Arena tabulation center on election night after a burst pipe caused flooding.

WATCH:

We now know that a pipe never burst. It was all a lie in order to kick out poll watchers while a few crooks stayed behind to count illegal ballots for Joe Biden.

Trump’s legal team showed a video from the State Farm Arena tabulation center when poll workers were told to leave at 10:25 PM.

A few “workers” stayed behind and were seen pulling suitcases full of ballots out from under tables to be tabulated!

This hearing will make Georgia the fourth state to hold election integrity hearings, alongside Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Arizona.

State Sen. William Ligon (R) will chair the hearing.

Ligon said in a statement on Wednesday that Republicans will work to ensure the integrity of Georgia’s electoral system. He said:
We are facing unprecedented challenges to our election system and its integrity,” stated Sen. Ligon. “As Georgians, we must step up to the enormous task that faces us. I appreciate Chairman Jesse Stone appointing this subcommittee. His charge to me is to examine the recent election cycle, the recount process, the audit process, the current investigations taking place, the litigation that is moving forward, as well as address issues relating to the upcoming runoffs.

Ligon added, “That is a broad mandate to accomplish in such short order, yet, by the grace of God, we will accomplish the task with the help of patriotic Georgia citizens.”

Georgia must throw this election out and redo without mail-in ballots or Dominion machines.

 

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