North Georgia Judge Amy Totenberg previously ruled in October 2020 the machines used in Georgia elections violated GA law, but refused to issue relief so close to the infamous 2020 election.
She then sat on the 'Halderman Report' which went against the government's assertion the 2020 elections were the most secure in history.
The District Court Judge recently found that there is sufficient cause to believe that there may be “cybersecurity deficiencies that unconstitutionally burden Plaintiffs’ First and Fourteenth Amendment rights and capacity to case effective votes that are accurately counted."
Totenberg scheduled a bench trial for January 9, 2024, which entails the absence of a jury. Nevertheless, she acknowledged that a compromise might be possible if the state legislature were to take action, reported Trending Politics News.
“The Court cannot wave a magic wand in this case to address the varied challenges to our democracy and election system in recent years, including those presented in this case,” she wrote. “But reasonable, timely discussion and compromise in this case, coupled with prompt, informed legislative action, might certainly make a difference that benefits the parties and the public.”
“The Court notes that the record evidence does not suggest that the Plaintiffs are conspiracy theorists of any variety. Indeed, some of the nation’s leading cybersecurity experts and computer scientists have provided testimony and affidavits on behalf of Plaintiffs’ case in the long course of this litigation,” the judge’s footnote remarked.
What is curious is the timing of this ruling, in light of massive information coming to bear on the nefarious nature of the election machines nationwide.
The Georgia Record has reported heavily on this issue.
When asked about his thoughts on Totenberg's latest ruling, VoterGA head Garland Favorito declared, "I Love it!"