Could an obscure legal case in Georgia change control of the U.S. Senate?

Could an obscure legal case in Georgia change control of the U.S. Senate?
Pixabay, Georgia Secretary of State, LU Staff

[Ed. – My guess is the institutional bias against this case will prevail, and it will never get a fair chance – like virtually all the other 2020 election challenges.  But it does start from a different basis.]

Michael Daugherty knows all about the deep state. In 2013, he faced civil charges when patient information from his company, LabMD, was stolen by cybercriminals posing as a cyber intelligence firm. His company didn’t post it or leak it, and it eventually turned out that the Federal Trade Commission was involved, and it was a set-up.

He fought and beat the charges …

Now Daugherty is fighting a different fight in Georgia. He’s bringing a case unlike any other in the quest to determine what happened in the Georgia Senate 2020/2021 runoff election that put two far-left Democrats into the Senate from what was a red state.

The case alleges the runoff election for the GA U.S. Senate seats, which was certified in February of this year, was illegally executed on many levels.  Illegal elections do not generate confidence in American democracy and moreover the result may not accurately reflect the will of GA voters.  The lawsuit calls for a new election based on paper ballots as provided in Georgia law.

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