Democrat Stacey Abrams refuses to concede the Georgia Gubernatorial election.
She’s pulling out all the stops to force a runoff.
And Abrams got a big boost from this massive voter fraud scheme.
A judge in Georgia just ruled Gwinnett County violated the civil rights act by not counting ballots with incorrect identification information.
The Daily Caller reports:
A federal judge ruled on Tuesday that officials in Gwinnett County, Georgia, violated the Civil Rights Act when they decided to disallow certain absentee ballots.
U.S. District Judge Leigh Martin May ruled that county officials broke the Civil Rights Act when they opted to discount absentee ballots that listed an incorrect or omitted birth year.
“Does Gwinnett County’s process of rejecting absentee ballots solely on the basis of an omitted or incorrect birth year violate the Civil Rights Act, 52 U.S.C. § 10101(a)(2)(B)? The Court finds, on the arguments presented, that it does and that this narrow set of ballots should be counted,” the case document read.
Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams filed the lawsuit on Sunday. She wanted all ballots that had been disallowed for missing or incorrect minor information to be counted anyway in Gwinnett and DeKalb counties, both of which are heavily blue areas.
Abrams can’t win outright.
But she can try to force a runoff.
There are not currently enough ballots outstanding for her to do so.
However, if she can tie the election up in the courts it will give the chance to have heavily Democrat areas conjure up the votes to send the race to a December runoff.
It’s a straight up scam.
But Abrams is running to hand-picked to judges to help her carry out this fraud.
We will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.