“The Georgia Court of Appeals on May 11 revived a lawsuit alleging that fraudulent or counterfeit ballots were found in Fulton County during the 2020 general election…

As part of their lawsuit, the plaintiffs produced sworn affidavits from multiple senior poll managers who participated in the ballot counting process and contended they saw mail-in ballots that had no fold marks from being mailed, not marked with a writing instrument, and printed on different paper stock, leading them to believe there were additional absentee ballots added in a fraudulent manner.

Plaintiffs in the lawsuit had called for an inspection of all 147,000 absentee ballots cast in the state’s election.

Superior Court Judge Brian Amero had previously dismissed the case in October 2021, stating that petitioners did not have proper standing to pursue their case.”