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Lin Wood Just Filed An Important EMERGENCY PETITION!

Despite the efforts of how ever many evil people are out there in the world, there will always be someone that tries to do the right thing.

Now, this may not happen on something as heavy as a presidential election, but you will still find them.

That being said, it is a good thing that we still do have the people that are willing to step up and try to do the right thing when the fate of the free world is at stake.

On December 30, attorney Lin Wood filed an emergency petition hoping that this will allow election justice to finally take place.

The petition was filed in the U.S. Supreme Court in an effort to block the crucial Georgia Senate runoff election that is supposed to take place next week. The latest filing came days after Wood filed a lawsuit which ended up getting dismissed by a federal judge.

Wood has been working to try and get election fraud dealt with. He filed his petition on Wednesday to try and get a judge’s order to stop the January 5, 2021 runoff Senate race in the battleground state of Georgia.

According to The Epoch Times, “Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, Vice-Chair of the Georgia State Election Board Rebecca N. Sullivan, members of the Georgia State Election Board David J. Worley, Matthew Mashburn, and Anh Le are listed as respondents.”

“The attorney’s petition also requests that a judge orders the preservation of election-related materials, and asks that election officials produce one voting machine used in the Nov. 3 presidential election from each Georgia county for forensic examination.

It comes just days after attorney Wood filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court in Atlanta earlier this month, saying the secretary of state’s office violated the law in how it handled absentee and mail-in ballots during the Nov. 3 election. Wood argued that the state’s process to verify signatures on ballots was flawed, among other allegations.”

On December 28th, U.S. District Judge Timothy Batten Sr. dismissed Wood’s request for injunctive relief. The judge said that the suit was just speculation and didn’t have a strong standing.

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