Trump's Lawsuit Against Georgia Dismissed Due To Lack of Evidence
Georgia Judge debunked Republicans' claims of polling station irregularities. According to the court ruling, the plaintiff did not provide any evidence.
The GOP claim was based on some 53 ballots that were allegedly submitted after the deadline. The plaintiff did not present any actual evidence.
“This batch of ballots was received on time. None of them were double votes,” Sabrina German, the director of Chatham County’s voter registration office stated.
The Georgia Republican Party was unable to counter German's testimony, which ultimately led to the annulment of the claim.
“The matter was heard via Webex on November 5, 2020. Having read and considered said petition, all argument and evidence of record, including the evidence presented at the hearing, and the applicable law, the Court finds that there is no evidence that the ballots referenced in the petition were received after 7:00 p.m. on election day, thereby making those ballots invalid. Additionally, there is no evidence that the Chatham County Board of Elections or the Chatham County Board of Registrars has failed to comply with the law,” Judge James Bass stated.
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