Wood tweeted a bombshell about a "tape of election fraud" at the facility that is currently circulating, showing that shenanigans took place to strip President Trump's win and deliver it to Biden.
"Would someone ask my never-to-be friend Brad Raffensperger @GaSecofState if he has seen this tape of election fraud at State Farm Arena," Wood wrote in a late-night Nov. 23 announcement, also linking to two images showing the official file notice of the subpoena.
"Several people have seen it. Many more will see it soon. Video camera eye does not lie. How do you spell Election Fraud?" he added in brilliant form.
Judge Steven Grimberg, who is presiding over the case, issued a stay in discovery of the case, which was filed in response to the subpoena by the defendants. Both parties, revealed Scott Wilkinson, the executive vice president and chief legal officer of both State Farm Arena and the Atlanta Hawks.
Wood's subpoena demands all documents related to the phony plumbing incident that shut down the vote count at State Farm Arena for at least two hours on Election Day.
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According to the official story, a "pipe burst" at just the right moment that morning to prevent ballot counters from continuing to tabulate the vote. This allowed for election fraud to occur in the days that followed.
A local attorney confirmed, based on a receipt of brief text messages that were exchanged among workers at the facility that day, that the pipe burst was "highly exaggerated," and was little more than "a slow leak" that was "contained ... quickly" and "did not spread."
"As it turns out, there never was a burst pipe or water main, which some news outlets reported," wrote attorney Paul Dzikowski in an email to The Epoch Times.
"The water inside [State Farm Arena] was caused by a leaking toilet, which, as you know, can be remedied by simply hand-turning off the water supply line to the toilet. In any event, the leak was minimal and was resolved in the early morning hours, well prior to the time the elections staff halted the counting."
President Trump made mention of the "burst pipe" in his own tweet, pointing out that it was "totally unrelated to the location of what was happening," despite resulting in the vote count being halted for hours on end.
Trump has repeatedly made it clear that he will never concede to Biden or his phony election, and is planning to continue escalating his many legal cases until a fair and honest outcome is achieved.
"So much blatant corruption happening in this election," wrote one Epoch Times commenter. "I'm honest in saying we actually need Trump to prevail and finish draining the swamp."
"Trump will win if all the fraud is exposed," wrote another. "We've been waiting and the wait will be worth it when he wins, but I can't say it hasn't been nerve-racking."
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