As usual, liberals cannot get it done at the ballot box no matter how much they cheat and therefore try to find a friendly judge willing to sell their wretched souls in the name of liberalism. A non profit out of Colorado has filed suit, contesting the election of Karen Handel over Jon Ossoff, Handel won by nearly 4 percentage points.
The nonprofit, Colorado-based Coalition for Good Governance (CGG) . As usual the liberals offer no proof and contend that the charges are serious enough to void the election regardless of the lack of proof on their part. Democrats tried to sue to force the use of pap0-er ballots, that the judge immediately tossed out.
Named defendants include Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp, members of the State Election Board, election officials in Fulton, Cobb, and DeKalb counties and Kennesaw State University’s Center for Election Systems.
“We aren’t questioning one candidate over another,” lead plaintiff Donna Curling told Colorado Politics. “We’re saying it’s impossible to know.”
“We are in a completely different environment of cybersecurity threats than when this equipment was purchased 15 years ago,” said Marilyn Marks, executive director of the Coalition for Good Governance.
Meanwhile, in a column for USA Today on Sunday, Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp dismissed allegations over the integrity of their electoral system, adding that the mainstream media had developed “false narratives about Russian hacking and potential vulnerabilities in the system.”
“The prevailing plot line is that states like Georgia can’t provide suitable security for elections,” he continued. “Anything to the contrary is fake news.”
In June, a judge dismissed a similar lawsuit demanding that paper ballots be used in the special election, on the basis that early voting had already started.
The final result, in which Handel defeated Ossoff by 3.6 percentage points, proved another serious setback for the Democratic Party, who spent a record $22.5 million on the race.