The original plaintiffs for the Fulton County, GA ballot audit lawsuit have reunited, and are moving forward with the effort to scan and analyze ballots from the center of election fraud in GA during the last election cycle. Jovan Pulitzer will be conducting the audit with his proprietary technology in conjunction with the plaintiffs.
The press release from VoterGA.org is below.
March 31, 2020 www.VoterGA.org
Contact: Garland Favorito [email protected] (404) 664-4044
VoterGA Reunites Fulton Ballot Inspection Case Founders
ATLANTA, GA – VoterGA announced today it has reunited the original founders of the Fulton County Ballot Inspection lawsuit. The original co-plaintiffs Garland Favorito and Sean Draime told the ballot inspection team they will rejoin efforts with their original attorney Todd Harding who will also represent petitioners Stacey Doran, Chris Peck, Mike Scupin, Brandi Taylor, and Trevor Terris.
The move ensures that citizen petitioners for the case will continue to drive the inspection effort and legal arguments in regards to what is best for Georgians. It helps keep the petitioners independent of attorneys and organizations that may have hidden agendas. The founders further decided they will continue to avoid any funding sources that may have political motives. Sean Draime summarized the funding concept: “We don’t want businesses, we just want patriots.”
Draime and Favorito believe the most precise forensic results can be produced from a team led by Jovan Hutton Pulitzer. Favorito explained their rationale:
“Jovan is the only expert we have found who clearly understands all details of what is needed in a forensic ballot inspection. His unique, patented technology appears to be unmatched in the country. He has assembled a remarkable team of forensic experts who can be on site to guide VoterGA visual inspection team members. His forensic team and our in-depth Georgia election expertise represent the perfect combination of teammates who can find the truth about the November 3rd 2020 election no matter what that truth may be.”
Earlier this month VoterGA won conditional approval to inspect Fulton County mail-in ballots. The approval was based largely on four sworn affidavits from seasonned Fulton poll managers who claimed they handled counterfeit ballots during the hand count audit conducted on November 14th and 15th, 2020.
The announcement means that the inspection lawsuit will continue to be funded on the backs of American patriots through the VoterGA Donate tab. Plans are underway for an April 18th live streamed national fund-raising event to be broadcast from Smyrna, Georgia if the court grants final inspection approval on April 13th. Details of the event will be posted on the VoterGA.Org Events tab.