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Trump’s Claims Of Election Misconduct Were Never Adjudicated In Georgia

In a post to his locals.com page Georgia attorney Robert Barnes took subscribers on a little trip down memory lane about the 2020 Georgia election challenges.

As Mr. Barnes explained, detailed affidavits filed by the Trump campaign established the veracity of the claims. Short version: Constitutionally unqualified voters cast Constitutionally unqualified ballots that were Constitutionally unqualified canvassed and counted in far excess of the margin of victory -- indeed, more than 10 times the margin of victory. Unlawfully, Fulton County courts blocked the case from ever being heard. (You can read the entire complaint through this link to a 2020 FOX News article.)


According to the authorities cited in the Petition filed on behalf of the Trump campaign and Elector David J. Schafer, the Georgia Supreme Court has made clear that it is not incumbent upon Petitioners to show how voters casting irregular ballots would have voted had their ballots been regular. Petitioners “only [have] to show that there were enough irregular ballots to place in doubt the result.” Mead v. Sheffield, 278 Ga. 268, 271, 601 S.E.2d 99, 101 (2004) (citing Howell v. Fears, 275 Ga. 627, 628, 571 S.E.2d 392, 393 (2002)).

The Georgia Election Code in O.C.G.A. § 21-2-522 provides the means for a candidate in a federal election to contest the results of said election based on:


1. Misconduct, fraud, or irregularity by any primary or election official or officials sufficient to change or place in doubt the result;

2. When the defendant is ineligible for the nomination or office in dispute;

3. When illegal votes have been received or legal votes rejected at the polls sufficient to change or place in doubt the result;

4. For any error in counting the votes or declaring the result of the primary or election, if such error would change the results; or

5. For any other cause which shows that another was the person legally nominated, elected, or eligible to compete in a run-off primary or election.


The results of an election may be set aside when a candidate has “clearly established a violation of election procedures and has demonstrated that the violation has placed the result of the election in doubt.” Martin v. Fulton Cty. Bd. of Registration & Elections, 307 Ga. 193-94, 835 S.E.2d 245, 248 (2019) (quoting Hunt v. Crawford, 270 GA 7, 10, 507 S.E.2d 723 (1998) (emphasis added).


The Petition filed by the Trump campaign and the other Petitioners asserted that election procedures, both on Election Day and during the subsequent recounts were clearly violated and, citing specific on the record incidents, alleged the laws of the State of Georgia governing the conduct of the Contested Election were disregarded, abandoned, ignored, altered, and otherwise violated by Respondents (including Secretary of State Brad Raffensberger and various county election officials), jointly and severally, allowing a sufficient number of illegal votes to be included in the vote tabulations, such that the results of the Contested Election are invalid, and the declaration of the presidential election in favor of Mr. Biden must be enjoined, vacated, and nullified.


The irregularities cited included, but were not limited to, 8,718 individuals recorded as having died prior to the date the State accepted their vote, at least 305,701 individuals voted who, according to State records, applied for an absentee ballot more than 180 days prior to the Contested Election.


The Petition also cited the fact that Secretary of State Brad Raffensberger had intentionally abandoned Georgia’s statutory and constitutional process for sending, receiving and signature matching absentee ballots and that statistical analysis showed between 38,250 and 45,626 ballots that should have been rejected in the Contested Election were in fact counted.


Furthermore, deliberate misinformation was used to instruct Republican poll watchers and members of the press to leave the Fulton County counting center whereby Republican poll watchers and members of the press left the State Farm Arena (where they had been observing the ballots being processed). Without public transparency, Fulton County Elections Officials continued to process, handle, and transfer many thousands of ballots contrary to the Georgia statutory requirement that the counting be done in public before representatives of the candidates and parties.


And finally, Secretary of State Raffensberger refused on five separate occasions to comply with requests to produce the signatures used to request absentee ballots and to confirm the identities of those individuals requesting such ballots in the contested election is a violation of O.G.C.A. § 21 2 586(a). Failure to comply with any such request by the Secretary of State or an employee of his or her office shall [constitute] a misdemeanor.” O.G.C.A. § 21-2-586(a), but of course neither Raffensberger, nor any employee were ever tried, let alone convicted.


The bottom line: Trump filed a detailed election contest in Georgia, verified under oath with documented sworn testimony, showing over 100,000 illegal votes were included in the 2020 election certification and never got a hearing, his only recourse was to follow the Constitution and take his complaints to Congress, the ultimate finder of fact when Electors are contested.



  • Georgia Trump indictments

  • Fulton County DA Fani Willis

  • First Amendment Right to Petition

  • Special Counsel Jack Smith

  • Merrick Garland

  • January 6

  • Obstruction of Official Proceeding

  • Free Speech

  • Hunter Biden

  • Joe Biden administration

  • January 6 prisoners

  • Washington DC juries

  • District Court Judge Tanya Chutkan

  • Change of venue motion

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Lord Geist
Lord Geist
Aug 18, 2023

I saw a Styxhexenhammer video the other day talking about a lot of folks becoming black pilled and that people shouldn't become black pilled but continue to push back. He's right. They say things are always darkest before the dawn and the dirty Dems are obviously scared of Trump or they wouldn't be using weaponized lawfare and bogus charges against him. When it comes to elections I have a theory that there are a certain number of "real votes" needed to hide fraudulent ones. I put the term "real votes" in parentheses as there are sadly a lot of uninformed politically braindead voters in deep blue cities who will "vote blue no matter who" regardless of the facts tha…

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Never overestimated the intelligence of low information voters!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Allen Stoner
Allen Stoner
Aug 17, 2023

Even if they dismissed it, you could have appealed that dismissal to a higher court and upwards... Did you do that? Did you get to the Georgia Supreme Court and they turned you down? If not, then you did not do your due diligence...

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Rafi Moon
Rafi Moon
Aug 17, 2023

It amaze me that the republican observers were so gullible as to leave the place where

the votes were being counted. Did anyone of them didn’t even make sure that the other

democrats poll watchers were also leaving? Me, in their position would have stayed back,

even outside of the building to make sure no one was left inside that should not have been

there! Are these republicans so naive, so gullible, ball less, unable to confront anyone, let

themselves being rolled over so easy? I guess we need to wake up and realize that the other

side is not playing fair and it will behoove us to learn to play and fight back using their own

playbook against them.


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Allen Stoner
Allen Stoner
Aug 17, 2023
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It would not have mattered, they would have called security and the police and had you forcibly removed. You saw what happened in Pennsylvania? This was all war gamed out well in advance and they had all their ducks in a row, and Trump was caught with his pants down fondling his ego maniacally laughing while imagining the looks on the faces of the Democrats when he again beat their cheat!

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Mike M
Mike M
Aug 17, 2023

Which is why I said that unless someone can produce me clear and convincing evidence that Obama was actually born in Hawaii, I will always maintain that he's an illegal alien Kenyan Communist who never was eligible to be President in the first place. And that fake birth certificate that he produced is certainly not clear and convincing evidence!

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Allen Stoner
Allen Stoner
Aug 18, 2023
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His mother was an American citizen, that makes him a natural born citizen.


The reason Obama was not eligible to be the President was that he had to have lost his US citizenship in order to go to school in Indonesia and then he would not have had this to say, "“The Muslim call to prayer is one of the prettiest sounds on Earth at sunset.

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Van Snyder
Van Snyder
Aug 17, 2023

We should celebrate Fani Willis's too-eager incompetence. Now Trump gets "discovery," which courts have to allow or anything remotely resembling a conviction would be overturned. Now he can PROVE that he was cheated.

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Yes, but he has to waste time doing so when he needs to be out campaigning. Plus, his campaign is running out of money hiring lawyers. It's a bad situation any way you look at it.

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