During the War Room segment, Radio host John Fredericks joined Steve Bannon on Monday morning.
A report from John Fredericks stated that Judge Amero is going to start DECERTIFYING the election in Georgia if it is determined that there are ballots that were counted twice.
John Fredericks said that “If Judge Amero makes a declaratory judgment that counterfeit ballots were there and some of them were counted twice, that’s the possibility here. He’s going to demand that Governor Kemp hold a special session and they are going to start decertifying elections. Trump-Biden, Senate race.”
It was previously reported by Forbes that Georgia is set to join Arizona in reviewing a massive number of ballots cast in the 2020 presidential election, according to multiple reports, as legal battles continue more than six months after the final ballots were cast.
According to the report:
Judge Brian Amero on Friday agreed to allow more than 145,000 Fulton County absentee ballots to be reviewed as part of an audit.
Amero granted the review in response to a lawsuit brought by nine plaintiffs challenging the Georgia election results.
The plaintiffs claim there was suspicious activity at a ballot-counting site in Atlanta—a claim which was also made by former President Donald Trump—but an investigation by the Georgia secretary of state’s office found no evidence of fraud.
The audit will not change the state’s election results, which were certified following multiple recounts, with all affirming President Joe Biden’s victory and finding no evidence of widespread voter fraud.
dozens of lawsuits have been filed challenging the 2020 presidential election results, as conspiracy theories continue to swirl among Trump supporters. Some hardline QAnon followers believe the Arizona recount is just the beginning of a domino effect in which other states will find enough evidence of fraud to overturn the election results and restore Trump as president of the United States. A Georgia audit may add fuel to the fire of those beliefs, but QAnon’s “domino theory” is not based in reality. Recounts have continually found no evidence of fraud, and even if the Arizona and Georgia audits were to do so, they could not change the long-certified 2020 election results.
Watch it here: Rumble