Was there voter fraud in Georgia during the 2020 Presidential election? A new decision may finally put this question to rest.
The Wall Street Journal reported: A Georgia state judge ordered Fulton County, the state’s most populous, to allow a voting group to inspect and scan absentee ballots cast there in the 2020 election.
In his one-page order Friday, Henry County Chief Judge Brian Amero wrote that Fulton County election officials would have to allow the plaintiffs to review the ballots. The judge wrote that the time and place of the review would be determined later.
Democrats remain opposed to the decision but Fulton county claimed that they would comply with the order and that it will “ultimately validate the integrity of the election process.”
When ballots are being examined, they will be enlarged and looked over for signs of mass production and forgery. They will also be making sure that no ballot was counted twice.
This decision comes from a case brought forth by Garland Favorito. Favorito co-founded “Voters Organized for Trusted Election Results” in Georgia. The group of course advocates that the election results be trusted. It’s unlikely that any outcome of this case would reverse the Presidential election, as President Donald Trump needed more states than just Georgia. However, if fraud is found, it may be a step in the right direction.