By Robert Willmann
Censored by the mass media minions of the wannabe totalitarian central state is an actual election contest filed in Georgia state court about the two races in the 2020 general election for the U.S. Senate seats held at that time by Republicans David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler. A very important pretrial hearing is set for Monday, 19 July 2021, in the Henry County Superior Court, starting at 10:00 a.m. eastern time. Originally filed in Fulton County, Georgia (Atlanta) on 25 January 2021, the lawsuit was assigned on 5 May 2021 to a judge outside of that county because it is an election case—
Among the pretrial requests to be heard are the usual motions to dismiss the lawsuit by the various defendants, which include Jonathan Ossoff and Raphael Warnock, who were sworn in as “U.S. Senators” [sic] after the senatorial runoff election on 5 January 2021.
As an election contest, the case can seek to nullify the election for the U.S. Senate. Needless to say, this has attracted the attention of outsiders, namely, the Washington D.C. law firm of Perkins & Coie, which has been the lead in election maneuvering from the point of view of the Democratic Party before and after the 2020 election. Predictably, they want to participate in this lawsuit, and have filed a request to be admitted to practice in that Georgia state court for this particular case for one or more defendants. But Michael Daugherty, bringing the case as the plaintiff, is objecting to any participation by Perkins & Coie. One thing is that Perkins & Coie was sanctioned by the federal 5th Circuit Court of Appeals earlier this year for trying to sneak around the pleading rules in an appeal of a preliminary injunction against the State of Texas about straight-ticket voting. Six of their lawyers were sanctioned in March 2021, but then, after a request for reconsideration, three of the younger lawyers were let off the hook in June. However, the sanctions remained for three attorneys, including the somewhat notorious Marc Elias—
The court clerk’s file is in Fulton County, and you have to pay for most documents. Their electronic document retrieval system is malfunctioning at this time when an attempt is made to pay and obtain them. Some hearings from the Henry County court are broadcast on the Internet, but it is not known if this one will be shown at the website address–