A group of data scientists have file a Georgia lawsuit alleging that tens of thousands of illegal votes may have been cast in November’s general election.
The affidavits filed with the lawsuit note that Georgia’s voting system has numerous “control deficiencies” and “unreliable data governance policies” that increase the risk of “invalid or fraudulent votes being counted without detection.”
The data experts allege that thousands of illegal votes were cast in the election, including by felons, children, and non-residents, and even in the name of people who are dead, according to the lawsuit. The lawsuit argues that because a “sufficient number of illegal votes” were allowed to be counted in the vote totals, “the declaration of the presidential election in favor of Mr. (Joe) Biden must be enjoined, vacated and nullified.”
This most recent lawsuit in Georgia doesn’t rely on theories about hacked voting machines.
“Instead, we painstakingly show thousands of examples of ‘low tech’ voting irregularities and fraud sufficient in scale to place the election result in doubt.” – David Shafer