Voter GA Hearing To Ban Dominion Voting Machines

VoterGA filed a complaint to ban Dominion voting machines.

A citizen election integrity group has filed a complaint to ban the Dominion Voting Machines’ Democracy Suite 5.5 voting system in the state of Georgia, and on Wednesday December 15 that complaint will have a formal motions hearing. VoterGA has sued the state of Georgia. The state of Georgia has retained Georgia assistant attorney general Charlene Swartz, also known as Charlene Swartz McGowan, as its lawyer. The motions hearing will take place virtually via Zoom courtesy of Fulton County Superior Court at 11 AM on December 15, 2021.

“A complaint filed by VoterGA and Rep. Philip Singleton against the state of Georgia to ban the Dominion Democracy Suite 5.5 System will have a motions hearing,” stated the nonpartisan nonprofit citizen election integrity group VoterGA, which added, “The U.S. District Court has already ruled that the voting system does not comply with Georgia laws.”

Dems Shelve Build Back Better Bill–Move For Radical Voting Bill

Democrats in the Senate are preparing to miss their self-imposed deadline to pass President Joe Biden’s $1.7 trillion social safety net bill before the end of the year, according to four sources familiar with planning by Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s office.

The decision to try again next year is based on simple math — Schumer doesn’t have the 50 votes needed to pass the legislation thanks to Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., who remains a hold out.

The decision is also in part because Senate Democrats haven’t finished negotiating the bill. Provisions on state and local taxes and the methane rule remain undecided. Senate Democrats also haven’t finished clearing all the procedural hurdles necessary to hold a vote.

Schumer is instead hoping to take action on voting rights that has stalled in the chamber, multiple sources said. That legislation — which failed to get any Republican support and therefore could not clear the needed 60 vote threshold.

Senate Democrats are discussing changing the rules to allow for passage on a 50-vote majority, a move that remains uncertain. A group of four moderate Democrats, including Manchin, have held numerous meetings in the past several days to discuss a possible rule change. Additional meetings are planned for Wednesday.

Here are the 15 craziest things in the bill.

-Openly Breaks the Constitution

-Set Up Star Chambers to Intimidate Judges

-Mandate Mail-in Ballots, 10-Day Delay in Results

-Eliminate Voter ID Election Security

-Register Millions Of Criminally Present Foreign Citizens to Vote

-Explode Opportunities for Election Cheating

-Prevent Cleaning Up Voter Rolls

-Unleash Mobs on Political Donors

-Gerrymander Districts to Favor Democrats

-Make Vote Hacking Easier

-Let Former Felons Vote Before They’ve Completed Their Sentences

-Help 16- and 17-Year-Olds Vote Illegally

-Bans Keeping the Records Necessary for an Election Audit or Recount

-Mandates Ballot Drop Boxes

-Giving U.S. Territories Extra Democrat Seats in Congress and the Electoral College

This is nothing more than a takeover of our elections.