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Georgia Voters Can Now Sue Election Officials
Good evening, I’m Still reporting on the coup.
First of all, a correction. The headline in our last report, “Dr. Peter McCullough Loses Medical License Over COVID, 3945”.
According to pediatric COVID expert, Dr. Bose Ravenel:
“It appears Dr., McCullough has lost his board certification but not license per se. Not lessening the absurdity of it.”
We apologize for the error.
Now, in what could be a groundbreaking legal case, this week the Georgia Supreme Court ruled that voters of Georgia have legal standing to sue government election officials who do not follow Georgia law.
The question at issue was whether Georgia voters were unjustly denied their Equal Protection and Due Process rights when votes in the 2020 election were counted which were cast by those whose legal status was in doubt.
According to Presiding Justice of the Georgia Supreme Court, Nels S.D. Peterson:
“Georgia has long recognized that members of a community, whether as citizens, residents, taxpayers, or voters, may be injured when their local government fails to follow the law. Government at all levels has a legal duty to follow the law.”
At issue was whether the voters of Georgia had standing to bring such a case.
As Judge Peterson stated:
“Because the Georgia Constitution is the source of the judicial power of state courts, federal standing requirements do not control our analysis.”
“A local government owes that legal duty to its citizens, residents, taxpayers, or voters (i.e. community stakeholders), and the violation of that legal duty constitutes an injury that our case law has recognized as conferring standing to those community stakeholders, even if the plaintiff suffered no individualized injury.”
“It is unsurprising that we have extended this logic to ‘voters,’ because they, like citizens and taxpayers, are community stakeholders. Voters may be injured when elections are not administered according to the law or when elected officials fail to follow the voters’ referendum for increased taxes to fund a particular project, so voters may have standing to vindicate public rights.”
“Nothing in the Georgia Constitution requires that we follow federal law on standing, even though in our more recent history, this Court has uncritically adopted federal jurisprudence on the question of standing.”
This is a very timely ruling in a state where corruption ran rampant in election 2020. Perhaps the minions of Satan will more carefully consider their options as we face election 2022 ten days from today.
I’m still reporting from just outside the citadel of world freedom. Good day.
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