Posted by Centipede Nation Staff on November 29, 2020 11:58 pm

🚨🚨 UPDATE: Georgia District Judge REVERSES Previous Order That Said Election Machines Can Be Erased…

Dominion Machines Judge Rules

In a stunning late-night reversal, US District Judge Timothy Batten has reversed a previous order in the Lin Wood filing that stops Georgia from “altering, destroying, or erasing, or allowing the alteration, destruction, or erasure of any software of data on any Dominion voting machine” in three counties.

This order gives the coup plotters 3 days to come up with a defense as to why they shouldn’t allow forensic inspections of the machines.


Deleting evidence is a weird stance for a judge. Is there really a legitimate reason for wiping the machines on a Sunday of a holiday weekend?

The Judge reversed the original order based on the Defendants’ claim that GA COUNTIES control voting machines. (Apparently the order was given to the state, not county).
Here’s the relevant section from the Judges order:

In addition, Plaintiffs contend that Union County officials have advised that they are going to wipe or reset the voting machines of all data and bring the count back to zero on Monday, November 30. On this basis,Plaintiffs seek a temporary restraining order to impound and preserve the voting machines in the State of Georgia, and to prevent any wiping of data.However, Plaintiffs’ request fails because the voting equipment that they seek to impound is in the possession of county election officials. Any injunction the Court issues would extend only to Defendants and those within their control, and Plaintiffs have not demonstrated that county election officials are within Defendants’ control. Defendants cannot serveas a proxy for local election officials against whom the relief should be sought. Jacobson v. Fla. Sec’y of State, 974 F.3d 1236, 1256–58 (11th Cir. 2020)

This is just all too familiar:
Venezuela fire: Thousands of voting machines burned

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