The conservative Amistad legal project has now launched lawsuits in six states total including Michigan and Georgia.
The group claims that Michigan and Georgia’s Democratic-heavy blue districts were flooded with non-governmental funding. This, among other problems. The questionable actions of government officials in these states are also being examined.
Phill Kline, law professor and former Kansas attorney general, is leading the Amistad project. He claims Michigan Secretary of State, Jocelyn Benson sent “unsolicited absentee ballot applications to every household in the state” with essentially no checking for recipients’ eligibility.
In Georgia, Kline said there were “systematic failures by state and local election officials.” The Amistad Project alleges that in Georgia over 100,000 ineligible ballots were accepted.
At the same time, tens of thousands of eligible or near-eligible ballots were tossed they say. The resulting math leaves a margin big enough to cancel Biden’s supposed victory.
Part of the problems is unlikely numbers: three-quarters of Biden’s ballots for victory came from only three blue, Atlanta area counties.
As for the unequal funding, non-profit dollars were dumped into usually urban, blue districts. Less or none went to red districts.
Some of this money was Facebook CEAO Mark Zuckerberg dollars from the Center for Technology and Civic Life. These and similar groups, claim to be non-political. They are in fact, leftist. The strings attached by these groups’ money wrongly influenced state election workers, Amistad argues.
Georgia State law sharply limits outside, non-taxation money for funding election needs. Amistad states the private, non-profit money in that state is unlawful.
For Michigan, Kline is asking the State Supreme Court to physically guard disputed voting evidence. He is also asking them to declare the results invalid.
The Amistad Project suits are filed by The Thomas More Society and not directly affiliated with the Trump legal teams efforts.
Listen to this episode of the Conservative Business Journal Podcast as John Di Lemme interviews Phill Kline, former Kansas Attorney General and Director of The Amistad Project, about how the Democrats and blue state governors used covid-19 fear to change the way we vote and how elections are managed especially in places like Pennsylvania…