Attorneys for Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger responded to President Donald Trump’s latest lawsuit, saying it seeks to “disenfranchise millions of Georgia voters at the thirteenth hour.”
“By virtue of these violations and as described in the Complaint, the Defendants certified an unconstitutional and unlawful Presidential election in Georgia,” lawyers from Georgia Attorney General Christopher Carr’s office said in the filing.
“There have been numerous suits filed since the November 3, 2020, general election, challenging most of the issues set forth in [Trump’s] motion,” it added.
“In all resolved suits, the claims have been flatly rejected.”
Trump filed the lawsuit on New Year’s Eve, just before The Washington Post released audio of a call between Trump and Raffensperger in which the president urged the secretary of state to “find” enough votes to reverse the election results.