Trojan Horse Legal Case That Could Flip The US Senate Red
Michael Daugherty, creator of The Justice Society to help victims of the Administrative State, and the man who filed 'Daugherty vs Raffensperger' election fraud case in Georgia. According to Georgia law, you cannot vote in a runoff if you did not vote in the general election or weren't eligible to do so.
There is an election integrity case quietly working its way through the courts that could make some headway in the state of Georgia. Michael Daugherty, who is a physician who started an organization called the Justice Society to help people fight legal battles with behemoths like the federal government, filed his lawsuit with the Fulton County Superior Court on January 25, 2021 with a motion to amend the petition filed on February 8, 2021.
The lawyers for the Daugherty lawsuit say it is the only “existing case that can change the outcome of the 2020 national elections by challenging as invalid the GA U.S. Senate races.” The lawsuit is different from other election lawsuits in that it focuses on how the runoff election was conducted.
“This case is not about Trump. The case is about the Georgia Senate race and the Georgia law that was broken by the processes that were not in place,” ... “Watching what happened in that Senate race and the deafening silence from the Republicans in Georgia is what really got me going. I expect all kinds of shenanigans from Stacy Abrams. The case is different because it goes on the law…why were they wash, rinse, repeating exactly what they did in the November [election]?” -Daugherty
Daugherty was known as a hero in some parts “because he has spent [a] decade fighting charges brought by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) that LabMD had engaged in “unfair” business practices in 2008 when it was hacked by a security consulting firm trying to get him to buy their security services…the court vindicated Daugherty’s argument that having one’s computers compromised by professional hackers is not an “unfair” business practice.” His company was forced out of business, but he prevailed. “No other company has stood up to the FTC. For large companies, which are frequently investigated by the government, it is more important to maintain a good relationship with regulators than to fight for sound legal principles. And smaller companies simply lack the resources to fight the FTC,” per https://thehill.com/opinion/cybersecurity/391879-meet-the-hero-who-fought-the-administrative-state-and-won
Daugherty decided to sue the state on behalf of voters because he is tired of “the establishment breaking laws” with impunity.
“You can’t ignore election law violations by anyone, much less the political establishment. While there needs to be a high bar, deadlines, and finality, the politicos today feel they can violate every rule there is; to them the ends justify means. Frankly, the widespread disregard for the law is disgusting.”
“The Trump cases had to have proof before engaging in discovery in order to challenge the results, but there was so little time. The system is simply rigged to permit fraud to flourish and succeed. But we have had the luxury of time. We’ve had time to lay the groundwork to go after everyone, and this will surely include the outrageous Stacey Abrams consent decree, the astonishing Dominion agreement, and potentially Dominion itself. ‘Voters’ who were not registered to vote or did not vote in November suddenly voted in January. That was also illegal, and we are going to bring all this to light and hold the actors accountable.”
The case requests an “objective examination of whether the voting machines used in the election meet the required GA statutory standards.” Daugherty alleges they did not meet those standards and because of that, “the election must be invalidated.” The 54-page complaint seems to substantiate his claims with ample evidence.
The lawsuit contains exhibits examining deficiencies in Dominion Voting Systems equipment used in the Senate runoff in Georgia. Daugherty uses evidence from a January 2019 examination of Democracy Suite 5.5 from a Texas election because it was the same election management system [EMS] used in Georgia for the runoff. Daugherty alleges that Democracy Suite 5.5 failed to meet the standard for certification.
Georgia was one of the most egregious cases of election fraud of the swing states examined.
Motion to Amend: https://www.democracydocket.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2021/01/Motion-to-Amend-Petition-Entered-1-25-2021-KH633385x9D7F4.pdf
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