A lawsuit touted by Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene (Q-Georgia) attempting to order yet another recount of Fulton County ballots has been summarily dismissed by the judge overseeing the case, saying the petitioners in the case did not have legal standing because they did not allege any specific injury incurred.
The case revolved around claims by Republican election watchers who claimed that counterfeit ballots were counted, saying that the ballots were too “pristine” because they were unfolded and the dots denoting the votes were too perfectly filled in.
According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, Fulton County Election Commission Chairman Robb Pitts called the decision “a win for democracy,” adding “This lawsuit was the result of the ‘big lie,’ which is nothing more than a meritless conspiracy theory being spread by people who simply cannot accept that their side lost. Its defeat here today should echo throughout the nation.”
“IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that, because the Courts final order on April 20, 2021 fully adjudged Petitioners’ ORA claims, no further relief may be accorded to Petitioners under the ORA, and therefore, Respondent Fulton County is also DISMISSED,” Brian Amero, Chief Judge of the Superior Court of Henry County and by designation, a Fulton County Superior Court Judge, ruled.