After the lawsuit for the alleged scandalous discovery of electoral fraud perpetrated with the machines to count votes in charge of the company Dominion Voting Systems, a judge ordered to freeze the existing counts in three counties in Georgia.
Judge Timothy Batten prohibited “the alteration, destruction or erasure of any software or data on any Dominion voting machine,” in response to the lawsuit by attorney Sidney Powell and her legal team, according to the Nov. 29 order.
The restricted machines are those in Cobb, Gwinnett and Cherokee counties, for a period of 10 days or less if ordered by another court decision.
In addition, Judge Batten ordered “the defendants to promptly produce to the plaintiffs a copy of the contract between the State and Dominion.”
He had previously issued orders contrary to the one he finally left in place.
The plaintiffs’ lawyers had a very hectic day after one of the election supervisors raised the alarm that the information contained in the machines would be erased the next day, on Nov. 30.
“Because Monday’s plan is to clean out the voting machines and start from scratch, so we can do the count using those machines, I am concerned about what I am reading online,” the poll worker wrote in an affidavit, according to Conservative News Daily.
The supervisor realized that the lawyers’ request to seize the machines would be meaningless if the data was deleted, a process that had already occurred in the city of Atlanta.
Likewise, Georgia Republican Party Chairman David Shafer was outraged to learn that Fulton County election officials suspended the vote count due to software adjustments, apparently adding to the irregularities observed earlier.
“It is outrageous that we cannot trust Fulton County election officials to do their jobs without unexplained four-hour delays, interventions by private attorneys, and federal court orders,” Shafer tweeted.
It is outrageous that we cannot rely on Fulton County elections officials to do their jobs without unexplained four hour delays, interventions by private attorneys and federal court orders.
— David Shafer (@DavidShafer) November 29, 2020
President Trump’s campaign legal team is moving forward with marathon days in view of the short time remaining before Dec. 14, the date on which the Electoral College will announce the winner of the elections.
Rudy Giuliani the personal lawyer for President Donald Trump, explained that they present evidence of fraud both in state legislatures and in court hearings.
“We are doing both, with the same speed and enthusiasm and taking advantage of which gives us the fastest hearing. And which one will work faster for us,” Giuliani said, according to Newsmax.
“We have a lot of evidence; we don’t have a lot of time. And we’re facing a lot of censorship, so it’s very difficult to get this information out to the public,” he added.