In October Henry County Superior Court Chief Judge Brian Amero dismissed a lawsuit brought forward by Garland Favorito and VoterGA that alleged fraud in Georgia’s most populous county during the 2020 election.
The lawsuit, which was originally filed back in December 2020, sought a review of roughly 147,000 absentee ballots in search of illegitimate votes. In October, after ten months of stalling, Judge Amero dismissed the suit.
President Trump responded to Judge Amero’s inexplicable decision, saying, “The people of Georgia deserve to know the truth. So unfair to them and our Country. The fight continues, we will never give up. Our Elections are so corrupt and nobody wants to do anything about it!”
Garland Favorito, the co-founder of VoterGA, spoke with The Gateway Pundit on his next moves following Judge Amero’s decision.
Favorito told The Gateway Pundit that VoterGA will appeal the decision on multiple grounds.
Earlier this month Garland Favorito and his attorneys filed an appeal in the Fulton County ballot inspection case that was dismissed by Judge Amero in October.
Via The Georgia Record:
Garland Favorito of VoterGA.org and other plaintiffs have filed an appeal in the Fulton County ballot inspection case that was dismissed by Judge Amero earlier in the year. The appeal will be held by the Georgia Court of Appeals.
“We feel very good about the appeal because Judge Amero went against 100 years of Supreme Court precendent,” declared Favorito to The Georgia Record today.
The previous case was split between a group of plaintiffs represented by Attorney Todd Harding and others. The remaining plaintiffs were represented by Charles Bundren and Bob Cheeley. They did not take part in the appeal of this specific case but may file other legal action.
You can read Favorito’s appeal in full on the document here at the Georgia Record.
Garland Favorito also has a case in Georgia to permanently ban the use of the Dominion Democracy Suite 5.5 Voting System in the state.