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Co-defendant in Fulton County Case Requests Evidence Proving President Trump Won 2020 Election in Georgia

Harrison Floyd, a co-defendant alongside President Trump in the Fulton County case brought by Soros-backed DA Fanni Willis, is calling the corrupt DA’s bluff and requesting all 2020 Election data and files that will prove that President Trump won the election. 

Harrison Floyd’s attorneys are requesting all the information that Fulton County should have in its possession from the 2020 Election in the county that houses most of Atlanta.

Emerald Robinson reported on this requested and spoke with Robert Bowes on this subject.

This information should outline the massive fraud in the county related to the 2020 Election.

In addition to this, the county must be able to defend the 148,000 ballots in Fulton County that were claimed to have been absentee mail-in ballots but had no evidence that they ever were mailed in.  These ballots were the subject of the case that has gone to the Georgia Supreme Court who agreed with the request and overturned the lower courts.  However, the Appellate and lower court will still not allow the requestor, VoterGA to review these ballots.

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In addition to these ballots, the voter machines used in Georgia were broken.  An audit that was kept hidden by corrupt Obama Judge Tottenberg was finally released after two years in hiding.  This report showed that the Dominion voting systems used around the state were not secure and that a bad actor could hack into an election and flip an election.

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Corrupt Fanni Willis is also dumb.  The evidence that we already have shows that the 2020 Election in Fulton County and Georgia should never have been certified.  Now the co-defendants in her case are requested all the Brady material which will only add to the evidence that the 2020 Election in Georgia was indeed stolen. 

2 thoughts on “Co-defendant in Fulton County Case Requests Evidence Proving President Trump Won 2020 Election in Georgia”

  1. And the 2021 Senate Runoff had highly suspicious results.
    At midnight both Republican candidates were ahead by about 5%.
    88% of the precincts reporting . . .

    At 3AM, with 99% precincts reporting, the election flipped to Democrats putting them ahead by 4% (I am citing from memory, but should be close).

    Some simple math suggests that the remaining 12% of precincts would have required 75% voting for the Democrats to flip the election almost 10%.

  2. The judges across the country did not want to see the evidence. They were able to verbally prove what happened with witnesses but when a dishonest unconstitutional judge intentionally gags factual evidence then they’ve committed a crime and should be disbarred and removed from the bench.
    What are Some Types of Judicial Misconduct?
    LegalMatch: Judicial Misconduct: Definition, Types and Examples.
    A judicial misconduct case begins when an individual files a complaint regarding the conduct of a judge. Examples of conduct which may constitute judicial misconduct may include when the judge:
    Uses their office to obtain special treatment for relatives or friends; Accepts bribes, gifts, or other personal favors which are related to their office; Engages in improper ex parte communication with a party or counsel for one side of a case; Engages in partisan political activity or makes an inappropriately partisan statement; Solicits funds for organizations; Violates rules or standards which pertain to restrictions on outside income or knowingly violates a requirement for financial disclosure; Engages in offensive, abusive, or unwanted sexual conduct, which includes sexual harassment or sexual assault; Treats attorneys, litigants, judicial employees, or other individuals in a demonstrably hostile and egregious manner; Creates a hostile work environment for judicial employees; Intentionally discriminates based on one of more of the following: Race; Color; Sex; Gender; Gender entity; Pregnancy; Sexual orientation; Religion; National origin; Age; or Disability; Retaliates against individuals who participate in the judicial conduct and disability complaint process or report or disclose judicial misconduct or disability, which may include: Complainants; Witnesses; Judicial employees; or Other individuals; Refuses to cooperate in an investigation of a judicial conduct or disability complaint or the enforcement of a decision under the Rules without good cause; or Fails to call to the attention of the relevant district chief judge or circuit chief judge any reliable information which is reasonably likely to constitute judicial misconduct or disability.


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