Judge Dismisses Sidney Powell’s Georgia Lawsuit

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A fed­er­al judge in Geor­gia on Dec. 7 dis­missed an elec­tion-relat­ed law­suit brought by Sid­ney Pow­ell, argu­ing that the plain­tiffs have no stand­ing to bring the law­suit, should have filed it with a state court, and brought the suit too late.
U.S. Dis­trict Court Judge Tim­o­thy Bat­ten, appoint­ed by George Bush in 2005, cit­ed a cir­cuit court opin­ion that found that sim­i­lar elec­tion chal­lenges should be brought in state court.
“There’s no ques­tion that Geor­gia has a statute that explic­it­ly directs that elec­tions con­tests be filed in Geor­gia Supe­ri­or Court,” Bat­ten said after announc­ing his deci­sion dur­ing a hear­ing on Monday.
“They are state elec­tions. State courts should eval­u­ate these pro­ceed­ings from start to finish.”
Bat­ten sig­naled his skep­ti­cism about the law­suit at the open­ing of the hear­ing, choos­ing some …

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