Fulton County Election Case from 2020 Gets Reinstated

Fulton County Election Case from 2020 Gets Reinstated


It appears that yet another election fraud case that was previously dismissed as a conspiracy theory may be back on track.

A 2020 case from Fulton County, Georgia was originally dismissed for a “lack of standing” by a county superior court.

A Georgia Appeals Court has just reinstated that case.

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VoterGA filed the original lawsuit against the county Board of Registration and Elections in December of 2020, which sought to review as many as 147,000 absentee ballots in search of votes deemed to be illegitimate.

The judge who first dismissed the case claimed that the Georgia voters who brought the case forward lacked standing because they ‘failed to allege a particularized injury.’

Here we go again…

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