Saturday, June 15, 2024

Lawyers for Fulton County Withdraw from Case over Missing Ballots

'We have confirmed that there are five pallets of shrink-wrapped ballots in a county warehouse...'

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Two high-powered criminal-defense attorneys have withdrawn from a 2020 election-fraud case in Fulton County, Georgia, prompting speculation that things look bleak for the fraud deniers, Becker News reported.

Attorneys Donald F. Samuel and Amanda R. Clark Palmer, who were defending the county, motioned to withdraw themselves from the Favorito v. Wan case dealing with the fallout from the increasingly-probable election fraud in Georgia during the 2020 election.

Although Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger adamantly denied any widespread mishandling of ballots and refused to investigate claims to the contrary following the election, considerable evidence has since revealed the extent to which left-wing activist groups appeared to interfere, likely delivering the state to Democrat candidates—including Joe Biden, as well as Sens. Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock, by razor-thin margins.

Much of that evidence has been generated by the Woodstock-based nonprofit VoterGA.org and its co-founder, watchdog activist Garland Favorito, who sought an outside review of suspicious ballots that, witnesses said, appeared to have been marked by printers and not human hands during a previous count.

“We have confirmed that there are five pallets of shrink-wrapped ballots in a county warehouse,” he said

However, following the election, the many of the contested ballots mysteriously disappeared—and may have been illegally destroyed by county officials.

According to Rasmussen Reports, the behavior of the lawyers—and of the voting officials in their previous cover-up efforts—can only lead to one logical conclusion.

“There is NO EVIDENCE, they claim (because it’s been kept secret for over 3 years),” tweeted the polling company.

“Take it to COURT, they whine (GA Supreme Court said bring out the ballots)… No JUDGE has found, they assert (because they all run away)… Joe Biden didn’t ‘WIN’ Georgia in 2020, you can now reply.”

Initially, things looked bleak for Favorito after a Georgia appeals court dropped his case with the all-too-common refrain in 2020 election challenges that he lacked standing because his “claims of vote dilution did not allege particularized injuries.”

To the appeals court, an entire state’s loss of representation in the presidency due to fraud in a single corrupt city did not constitute a specific injury, but if a minority were denied the vote via “racial gerrymandering,” then the injury would be sufficient to proceed to trial.

Fortunately for Favorito, the Georgia Supreme Court overturned that initial decision, and now things look increasingly favorable for those who have questioned the 2020 election in Georgia.

His case is proceeding against the backdrop of an even more high-profile Fulton County case, in which radical District Attorney Fani Willis is attempting to prosecute former President Donald Trump and more than a dozen alleged “co-conspirators” (some of the initial 18 accused with the former president have since struck plea bargains) on racketeering charges under the pretense that they tried illegitimately to overturn the election results.

If Favorito’s case were first to establish that there was, indeed, widespread vote fraud in the county, it stands to reason that the outcome could significantly bolster Trump’s defense, if not render Willis’s case altogether moot.

In an epic thread late Friday, Twitter influencer KanekoaTheGreat compiled several other pieces of evidence related to Favorito’s case.

Headline USA’s Ben Sellers contributed to this report.

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