A judge in Georgia has blocked three counties in the Atlanta metro area from altering or erasing data from the Dominion voting machines they used.
According to Fox News:
“After a general election and hand recount audit, Vice President [Joe] Biden was declared the winner of Georgia’s General Election for President by a margin of 12,670 votes on November 20, 2020,” the plaintiffs wrote on Friday. “But the vote count certified by the Defendants on November 20 is wrong. Tens of thousands of votes counted toward Vice President Biden’s final tally were the product of illegality, and physical and computer-based fraud leading to ‘outright ballot stuffing.'”
“Georgia’s election process depends entirely on voting machines, tabulators and software purchased from Dominion Voting Systems Corporation (‘Dominion’) that was compromised. Computerized vote recording and tabulations are controlled by software programs that were designed to cheat, and which were open to human manipulation,” the filing continued.
The elector nominees, who include conservative teen pundit C.J. Pearson, are seeking an order to allow them to inspect Dominion voting machines. They name Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, both Republicans, among the defendants.
BREAKING: Judge Timothy C. Batten has issued an emergency order, ordering the preservation of ALL voting machines in the state of Georgia as a result of our lawsuit.
WE WILL STOP THE STEAL.
— CJ Pearson (@thecjpearson) November 29, 2020
The order, from Judge Timothy S. Batton Sr., only applies to the counties of Cobb, Gwinnett, and Cherokee which are in the Atlanta metro area and not the other 156 counties.