On Saturday President Donald Trump spoke to THOUSANDS of supporters in Perry, Georgia. Prior to the president’s speech VoterGA founder Garland Favorito spoke to the Georgia crowd.
As we reported last week, the elections group VoterGA was in Henry County Court requesting access to the 2020 Fulton County election absentee ballots. The judge delayed the case for 20 days to give the defense time to provide information on their alleged voter integrity case on the Fulton County ballots.
Garland fired up the Trump crowd on Saturday night telling them his group has sued to permanently ban Dominion voting machines from the state!
Garland Favorito: “On August 24th VoterGA sued the State of Georgia to permanently ban the Dominion Democracy Suite 5.5 voting system. I knew you were going to like that.”
Here is the press release from earlier in the week from VoterGA.
Read More Feedzy