Understanding the head-spinning series of court orders in Georgia

Andrea Widburg | americanthinker.com

If you’re wondering what happened in Georgia on Sunday, you’re not alone.  A federal district court issued three different orders about county officials’ plans to wipe Dominion voting machines.  Thankfully, the last order gets it right and stops Georgia officials from erasing information on voting machines at the heart of the debate about election fraud.

Word went out that Georgia officials were wiping Dominion voting machines in Fulton County, ostensibly to prepare them for the run-off election, which is more than a month away.  In Coreco Ja’qan Pearson, et al. v. Brian Kemp, et al., a lawsuit seeking to stop Georgia from certifying the election, the plaintiffs filed an emergency request for injunctive relief to stop the deletions.

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