A new report has just been released regarding an investigation into possible irregularities in the Georgia election.
According to Washington Examiner, “depositions of election workers in Fulton County, Georgia, have been postponed in a lawsuit alleging that thousands of fraudulent ballots might have been cast there.”
The report outlined some of the likely testimony to be taken:
Among those set to be deposed were Ruby Freeman and her daughter Wandrea Moss. They were election workers who worked in the absentee ballot counting room at State Farm Arena and were singled out by former President Donald Trump and his allies as they made claims of fraud in the contest.
One of the case’s plaintiffs, Garland Favorito, claims there may have been 10,000 to 20,000 fraudulent absentee ballots cast in Georgia. That number is significant as Joe Biden won Georgia by 12,000 votes.
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