Georgia, The Peach State, like Texas, was on the Democrats’ list of hopeful flips in the 2020 election cycle. Though a long shot was still expected to be safe for the GOP, up 3-5 %.

Well, here we are almost 3 weeks after the November 3rd elections, in the GOP-controlled state, and in spite of widespread election fraud, the Republican Governor Brian Kemp certified the state’s election results on Friday.

Though he could have called for a special session of the Georgia legislature to investigate the numerous allegations of fraud, Governor Kemp passed ending the state’s presidential election.

This did not sit well with President Trump’s legal team, supporters, or well-known attorney, Lin Wood, who is actively working to help the president though not in an official capacity.

In addition Tim Fitton with Judicial Watch and the ACLJ have been working separately preparing their own litigation.

Earlier today President Trump started his Saturday tweeting this out — “Big voter fraud information coming out concerning Georgia. Stay tuned!”

According to an interview on Newsmax Saturday, it’s showtime for the American Center For Law & Justice this upcoming week.

President Donald Trump lawyer Jordan Sekulow told Newsmax TV that the campaign is filing a “shocking” lawsuit next week in Georgia!

Jordan added that the coming lawsuit includes NEW allegations that no one has heard yet.

Sekulow told Newsmax host Tom Basile:

“We have got lawsuits likely to be filed in Georgia on either Monday or Tuesday; I can’t get into the details. I can’t tell you right now, but what’s coming in Georgia will be shocking, when we file this in federal court Monday or Tuesday It’s nothing that we have talked before. It’s not what you heard in the press conference [Thursday] either.

This is something completely separate… I will tell you, the Lt. Gov. [Geoff Duncan] in Georgia, the Secretary of State in Georgia [Brad Raffensperger] in Georgia, they’re in for quite a shock on Monday and Tuesday about how poorly they run and they ran – there’s going to be a proof – of how poorly run they ran the elections in one of their major counties”

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  • Though Gov Kemp initially said he would certify the election results, he later back tracked and said that the results would not be certified until the mail-in ballots were audited for signature verification requirements. There have been many allegations against the mail-in ballots not having been handled correctly, and many ballots appeared to be copied with no creases showing that they had been folded in the required envelopes. There was also no chain of custody to assure that these ballots were being kept securely, and had been processed properly. So, I hope Gov Kemp calls a special session of the state legislature to dispute the election results due to mail-in ballots being allowed that were not in compliance with state law.