(Natural News) A Mississippi judge has ruled in favor of repeating elections in the city of Aberdeen following the discovery of “overwhelming” evidence of vote fraud. Judge Jeff Weill’s 64-page order said there was undeniable evidence of “fraud and criminal activity” during a Democratic runoff election. Some of the aspects of the past election marred by fraud included the handling of absentee ballots, the counting of votes and activities by certain individuals at the polling place.
Weill called for a repeat of the Democratic runoff elections in Aberdeen, Mississippi. Robert Devaull and Nicholas Holliday are vying for the position of alderman in Aberdeen Ward 1. Holliday originally won the Ward 1 seat by a 37-vote margin, but Devaull challenged the results.
In his ruling, the judge said 66 of 84 or 79 percent of absentee ballots cast during the June 2020 runoff were invalid and should not have been counted. In addition, the magistrate also found that 83 regular ballots were counted without being initialed by election workers. Weill also issued a bench warrant for notary Dallas Jones, who handled absentee ballots. She admitted violating her duties, adding that she notarized “about 30-something ballots” at a former Aberdeen alderwoman’s residence. Jones has since been released on bond.
The judge added that there was clear evidence of voter intimidation and harassment at the polling place on Election Day. Weill said Holliday, Police Chief Henry Randle and former Aberdeen Mayor Maurice Howard violated the law because of their presence there. According to state election laws, candidates and supporters must stay at least 150 feet away from the polling location.
Court filings on the matter said “there is probable cause that several individuals involved in the disturbances during Election Day at the polling precinct “willfully and corruptly violated” one or more of the above criminal statutes.” The filings also noted: “The court will leave to the appropriate authorities to determine whether the actions of Howard, Randle and Holliday amounted to prosecutable crimes.” (Related: Antifa threatening the President, his supporters and the legal system as courts review widespread election fraud.)
Unfortunately, Weill’s ruling does not extend to the whole United States
Devaull expressed hope that Weill’s order for a new election would mean a fair contest for the Ward 1 alderman seat. “It was always a lot of distraction in Ward 1. I would like to see, going forward, that [elections] be cleaned up, people being able to come and go [and] vote for who they want to,” he said.
Walter Zinn, the Aberdeen City attorney who represented Holliday, said in a statement on March 1 that both he and his client were “left offended and befuddled” by the court ruling. Zinn slammed the court’s findings of fact as “grossly inconsistent with [the] testimony of witnesses.”
The city attorney reiterated that he and Holliday “will explore all the legal remedies afforded under the law.”
Such a ruling would have been a game-changer given the results of the November 2020 general elections. Last year’s polls saw President Joe Biden enter the White House as the top official of the land amid allegations of vote fraud in key battleground states. Lawyers for former President Donald Trump have worked double time to file lawsuits challenging the fraudulent results in different states.
Attorney Sidney Powell is among the lawyers who have fought to overturn poll results in battleground states such as Wisconsin and Arizona. However, the U.S. Supreme Court formally rejected her lawsuits challenging the results in these two states on March 1. The highest court of the land did not comment about its dismissal of Powell’s lawsuits. “The petitions for writs of mandamus are denied,” it stated.
Powelll’s Telegram page has not posted any updates on the matter as of writing. The dismissal of the two suits followed the conservative lawyer’s withdrawal of an earlier filing back in January, which challenged the election results in Georgia. (Related: Powell’s “Kraken” lawsuit in Georgia reveals voluminous extent of alleged voter fraud.)
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