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Appeals Court Grants Expedited Review
Over Lin Wood’s Election Lawsuit in Georgia

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Posted By: earlybird, 11/26/2020 9:44:38 AM

The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday granted Lin Wood’s emergency motion seeking an emergency review of a lower court’s decision that had rejected his efforts to delay the vote certification in Georgia. However, the court said that the appeal could only proceed if Wood could address certain jurisdictional issues. Wood, an attorney with Trump’s reelection campaign, announced on Twitter, “Thanksgiving Eve News! 11th Circuit granted my Emergency Motion for Expedited Review of lawsuit challenging validity of GA election procedure. (Snip) The appellate court presented Wood with two questions about jurisdiction (pdf): “Please address whether the district court’s November 20, 2020 order denying the ‘Emergency Motion for Temporary Restraining Order’

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Reply 1 - Posted by: earlybird 11/26/2020 10:18:12 AM (No. 617062)
Included in this article is a narrative of legal remedies that Lin Wood has been pursuing in Georgia. We won’t have heard about these on any evening news - even on Fox - nor will we have read about them in the mainstream news. Read it and you’ll understand what I am talking about - and why I don’t panic when I think “nothing’s happening!!!!"
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Reply 2 - Posted by: MDConservative 11/26/2020 1:20:39 PM (No. 617202)
It appears that the Woods and Powell filings parallel one another, attacking from different angles. Still, it all comes down to the legitimacy of the vote counting. The problem is that ultimately the court can do whatever it does, and the legislature will doubtlessly name its chosen electors under its Constitutional authority.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: RedWhite&Blue2 11/26/2020 1:43:14 PM (No. 617214)
GUILTY Open up Gitmo Pack in the rat bastids! Four More Years!
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