Some things never change. Judges that won’t do what’s just and Democrats who steal elections.
We reported previously that Virginia was not requiring the last 4 digits of social security numbers on absentee ballots. This is in direct violation of the law.
This comes from the same county that had over 300,000 ballots dropped for Joe Biden on election night while only 30,000 dropped for Trump – Three times!
So a voter group, not the Republican Party, sued to prevent these ballots from being used in the election – they are not legal. And the judge dismisses the case.
A Virginia judge has dismissed a lawsuit claiming that Virginia’s most populous county improperly accepted applications for absentee ballots.
A lawsuit filed last week by the Virginia Institute for Public Policy said the Fairfax County Office of Elections accepted applications for absentee and mail-in ballots without the last four digits of applicants’ Social Security numbers in violation of Virginia law.
The Fairfax County Office of Elections argued that Virginia law stipulates that such a challenge can only be brought by an “aggrieved voter,” the candidate for office, the candidate’s campaign, or the chairman of the candidate’s political party.
Judge Michael Devine on Friday found that the Virginia Institute for Public Policy, as a nonprofit organization, lacked the standing to sue.
A statement from the Public Interest Legal Foundation , which represented the Virginia Institute for Public Policy, said the lawsuit was an “important deterrent for the other Virginia counties to abide by the law.”
Another election with scared and weak judges and corrupt Democrats backing a corrupt candidate.
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