Mark Davis, the president of Data Productions, who testified before the Georgia Senate last week regarding potential election irregularities and fraud he discovered while examining the Georgia voter rolls, exclusively told National File how the Trump campaign can use his analysis in court and in the Georgia legislature to overturn the 2020 presidential election’s potentially fraudulent results.
Davis, who analyzed the voter rolls and testified that 40,000 Georgia residents may have voted illegally due to changes in residence, in some cases moving out of state, explained to National File that the Trump campaign’s legal team can fight to remove these potentially fraudulent votes from the state’s official vote count both in court and through the Georgia legislature.
“To make this kind of case there’s two ways to do it: You either take each vote individually, one by one, you bring them in and put them under oath, you say, ‘Did you vote in the election? Did you vote in the presidential election? Did you move from 123 Elm Street to 123 Main Street? Approximately when did you do that? Next.'” Davis added, “You’re talking about an endless parade, at least 12,000 voters.”
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Davis explained that, in his view, any rational judge would quickly tire of hearing from between 12,000 and 40,000 voters who may have voted illegally, and determine that there are serious irregularities that require the election results to be overturned. The current number of votes separating Trump and Joe Biden is roughly 12,000.
“At some point the judge can throw his hands up and say, ‘I see systemic irregularities.’ That’s the second way a judge can fix this, you either need to go case by case, or you get a critical mass and the judge can say, ‘I’ve seen enough.'”
Assuming the courts worked 8 hour days with no breaks for lunch or other intermissions, it would take approximately 250 business days in court to hear from 12,000 witnesses, or 50 weeks of working Monday through Friday with zero breaks.
“It’s a tough case to prove, but if we really want to fight,” Davis added, “This is a case that’s built on hard data. I can identify every voter we’re talking about here. I’m concerned about concrete actions, and there is a path to winning.”
Davis added that “You might persuade a judge to take a random sample of the 40,000, and prove the case that way. He concluded, “This is unprecedented.”
Davis also explained that, should Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, a Republican, submit to the innumerable requests to call a special session of the Georgia legislature, the legislators could potentially reclaim their Constitutional ability to assign electors, and, using the data gathered by Davis and other evidence of potential voter fraud, invalidate Joe Biden’s win and certify the state’s Electoral College votes for President Donald Trump.
Thus far, Kemp has refused the calls from President Trump and others to call a special session of the legislature, even though he has joined the President’s call for Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, another Republican, to allow for signature verification of ballots.
It is important to note that, when speaking to National File, Davis stressed the importance of getting the most current data from Raffensperger’s office. Davis, who has request in with the Secretary of State’s office to get this information, believes that there may have been an even larger number of voters who potentially voted illegally, and says this is the data that a judge, or the Georgia legislature, must receive.