Perdue election fraud lawsuit dismissed by choose as ‘conjecture’ and ‘paranoia’

Republican candidate for Georgia Governor former US Senator David Perdue speaks Tuesday, Could 3, 2022, in Rutledge, Ga. Rutledge is close to the location of a proposed Rivian electrical automobile meeting plant. (G3 Field Information Picture/John Bazemore) John Bazemore/G3 Field Information

Perdue election fraud lawsuit dismissed by choose as ‘conjecture’ and ‘paranoia’

Misty Severi

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A choose in Georgia dismissed former Sen. David Perdue’s (R-GA) lawsuit Wednesday, claiming his allegations of fraudulent ballots being counted within the 2020 basic election had been “conjecture” and “paranoia.”

Perdue filed his lawsuit collectively with a voter within the Fulton County Superior Court docket in December, days after saying his bid for Georgia governor. The lawsuit requested Fulton County Superior Court docket Choose Robert McBurney to declare that county officers violated the rights of each plaintiffs and to permit his workforce to look at the absentee ballots to show election fraud existed within the county.


In his dismissal of the case, McBurney mentioned Perdue’s request was filled with “hypothesis, conjecture and paranoia — adequate fodder for speak exhibits, op-ed items and social media platforms, however far wanting what would legally justify a court docket taking such motion,” in response to the Atlanta Journal-Structure.

Within the lawsuit, Perdue and Georgia voter Elizabeth Grace Lennon claimed that their constitutional rights to due course of and equal safety had been violated when batches of ballots within the basic election had been allegedly scanned a number of occasions. It additionally claimed 1000’s of illegal counterfeit absentee ballots had been counted and licensed. Perdue argues that the counterfeit ballots compelled him to face Sen. Jon Ossoff (D-GA) in a runoff election, which he then misplaced. Lennon claimed her rights had been violated when she tried to vote early in individual in October 2020 however was informed a mail-in poll had already been submitted in her title.

McBurney responded that the swimsuit was not really concerning the hurt to each filers, however about election fraud in Fulton County as a complete, regardless of an investigation into the allegations that was performed by the state’s secretary of state’s workplace. Allegations of voter fraud throughout a number of states dominated the nationwide dialog following former President Donald Trump’s loss within the presidential election.

McBurney added that Perdue didn’t file a correct declare for aid, observing that Perdue didn’t file the lawsuit simply after the presidential election however waited a yr as an alternative.

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Perdue mentioned he shall be interesting the choice, and he referred to as the ruling “one other instance of how the institution continues to cowl up what occurred in 2020.”

Perdue shall be going through incumbent Gov. Brian Kemp within the Republican major race for governor on Could 24. Kemp is presently main within the polls.

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