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UPDATE 1125 EST - JUDGE TAKES TIME TO REVIEW MOTIONS TO DISMISS...NO FURTHER DISCOVERY UNTIL RULING ISSUED
UPDATE 1115 EST - State SoS office says everything has been investigated, and we're still investigating, and 'trust us'.
UPDATE 1050 EST - court has reconvened after technical difficulties
1040 PM EST - Video Feed Crashes Before Judgement Revealed
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CDMedia will update this situation as soon as more information revealed.
Fulton County attempted to declare sovereign immunity in front of Judge Amero, Henry County, GA, in the election fraud case where petitioners are attempting to scan 147k mail-in ballots for massive fraud that occurred in the Nov 3rd U.S. general election.
Legal analysts commented the Fulton County attorneys are trying to claim this is an election contest and therefore no one can sue, possibly trying to set up an argument for appeal.
The argument from Fulton County, with newly-hired high-paid criminal defense attorneys, shows desperation and a realization the audit is for real, and the fraud may very well be revealed, hence multiple motions to dismiss.
Attorneys for the petitioners rebutted that it is shocking to hear an argument in a court of law in the United States of America that the Constitution of the U.S. has no jurisdiction here and citizens have no right to due process.
One legal analyst commented, "On the sovereign immunity point yes, the "good old boy" (hereinafter "GOB") judges, in trying to be "textualists" and "originalists" expanded sovereign immunity in Georgia a couple of years ago. The people of Georgia changed that ruling with a Constitutional amendment that was approved last year and is effective January 1. But the amendment had to be approved by the GOB Legislature, so they provided that the state agencies could not be sued for money, only injunctive relief, to cause them to do what they needed to do.
"The Supreme Court of Georgia completely misread the history of sovereign immunity. The King was sovereign, but that did not mean that his ministers were not subject to suit if they violated the laws of Parliament.
"This is not about the law anymore. It is about protecting the bureaucracy."
Judge Amero responded with questions on the nature of the possible counterfeit documents, and being possibly generated by a printer.
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Me thinks they doth protest too much.
No matter how much more proof is uncovered, nothing will happen to these criminals. They stole the election and they're going to get away with it.
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