by Sharon Rondeau
(Jul. 13, 2021) — In a Twitter announcement issued Monday evening and reiterated Tuesday morning, the plaintiff in a lawsuit alleging ballot fraud in Fulton County, GA in the November 3, 2020 election said he will be posting an update on the case with “proof” of fraud prior to the time of a press conference to be held at 10:30 AM EDT at the Roswell Office Suites in Roswell, GA.
The case has sought to inspect approximately 147,000 absentee ballots from the November 3, 2020 general election.
In a brief phone interview with The Post & Email at 8:37 AM EDT Tuesday, plaintiff Garland Favorito, the founder of voterga.org, an election-integrity organization, advised us to “Watch the website in a few minutes” and specifically, the “press release tab.”
Regarding the evidence he will present, Favorito said, “It’s a question of comparing the public ballot images with the published audit results, and they don’t add up.”
As to any authorities such as Secretary of the State Brad Raffensperger to whom the evidence might have been provided, Favorito said, “Raffensperger and the election officials have had the evidence that we are going to present for six months.”
“We’re going to provide proof that there was some fraud,” Favorito added.
As to the status of the lawsuit, Favorito said, “Everything’s fine; we’ll be going forward. All of our counts are still alive; we just have different defendants.” He said some mainstream media coverage has been “a complete fabrication.” On his website under “False Report Alert,” Favorito said, he has presented a “fact-check” of coverage in the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
“Not one count has been dismissed; not one count,” Favorito added, contradicting many published reports on the case.
At 9:08 a.m. EDT, The Post & Email noted the following new link under the “Press Release” section of voterga.org: https://voterga.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/Press-Release-New-Evidence-Reveals-Georgia-Audit-Fraud-and-Massive-Errors.pdf
“Petitioners in a lawsuit organized by VoterGA to inspect Fulton County ballots have added stunning claims in their amended complaint and provided new evidence from public records that show Fulton County’s hand count audit of the November 3rd2020 election was riddled with massive errors and provable fraud,” the release begins.