The Georgia Court of Appeals, in compliance with a December 20th ruling by the Georgia Supreme Court, has reinstated the election fraud case of Favorito et al v. Wan et al. The case was originally dismissed by two lower Courts for lack of standing, prior to being reviewed by Georgia’s Supreme Court.
In October of 2022, the Georgia Supreme Court ruled that taxpayers, citizens and residents indeed do have standing to sue government officials when those officials violate Georgia law. This ruling set the stage for the Supreme Court to order that the Favorito case be returned and reconsidered by the lower court.
Favorito’s lawsuit alleges that video widely shown involving ballots being counted at the State Farm Arena includes evidence of election violations. In addition, sworn affidavits from senior poll managers who handled absentee ballots, provide evidence that counterfeit ballots were included in Fulton County election results.
Garland Favorito is scheduled to appear on The Georgia Show with Host L Todd Wood, this Sunday, January 15 at 2:00pm EST.
The Georgia Record will continue to follow developments closely as the case is again taken-up by the Court of Appeals.