Georgia Election Fraud Voting Case Updates
Nov. 29, 2020 (EIRNS)—In Georgia, as part of the suit filed by L. Lin Wood, Sidney Powell and others, the plaintiffs sought and received an order from Judge Timothy Batten to prevent the voting machines from being reset, as was apparently scheduled to occur on Nov. 30. This would wipe out the ability to examine them.
This afternoon, Judge Batten issued an order, saying “Defendants are ordered to maintain the status quo & are temporarily enjoined from wiping or resetting any voting machines in the State of Georgia until further order of the Court.”
But within a few hours, he reversed the order, based on the argument that the defendants in the case are state officials, while the machines are under the control of counties, and therefore the defendants have no control over them.
Lin Wood tweeted: “What??? Judge reversed order based on Defendants’ claim that GA Counties control voting machines.
“Machines are owned by State & @GaSecofState administers state laws on elections.
“Why are GA officials determined to wipe these machines clean by resetting them?”
The defendants are to respond to the motion by Wednesday, Dec. 2, the plaintiffs may reply by Dec. 3, and the in-person hearing is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 4.