Georgia Governor’s attorneys Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger are calling on a federal judge in Texas to file a flimsy lawsuit to overturn the 2020 election lawsuits, saying the lawsuit is “perhaps one of the most frivolous to date” of the lawsuits filed the elections on November 3rd.

The lawsuit was filed in January by attorneys on behalf of two groups called Latinos for Trump and Blacks for Trump, as well as several individuals. One of the attorneys in the lawsuit, Paul Davis, was an in-house attorney who was fired after he was seen in the U.S. Capitol grounds on Jan. 6 when the building was ruptured; he has since filed a motion to withdraw from the case, stating that several of the plaintiffs had released him.

In Thursday’s filing, attorneys for the Georgia Attorney General listed a list of reasons why cases against them should be dismissed, including lack of jurisdiction, lack of Article III resilience, and failure to serve the defendants in Georgia.

“This case is another futile attempt in a long line of unsubstantiated lawsuits, the 2020 presidential election based on unsubstantiated evidence, conspiracy theories, and now an article in Time magazine claiming plaintiffs overturn their claims for them,” it said in the file. “This case is perhaps one of the most frivolous to date because the plaintiffs not only recount the same debunked myths, conspiracy theories and blatant lies about elections that have been repeatedly rejected by courts, but have filed their lawsuit in a court that has no jurisdiction.” Secretary of State of Georgia. ”

“There is no reason for this court to seriously examine plaintiffs’ claims and re-examine the integrity and accuracy of the Georgia election results, which have been confirmed time and again under tremendous scrutiny,” the attorneys continued. “Instead, it should be dismissed quickly.”

As part of their arguments, the Georgia attorneys allege that the lawsuit made no allegations linking Kemp or Raffensperger to allegations of election fraud. Plaintiffs make no explanation as to how an injury they allegedly suffered could be traced back to an act by the defendants in Georgia, especially considering that none of the plaintiffs voted or did not vote during the Georgia 2020 presidential election could “, it reads in the submission.

The motion also argues that the appeal should be dismissed as it is excluded under the Eleventh Amendment.

The Georgia filing is the first motion to dismiss in the case. Other defendants raised in the complaint include all members of the current Congress, particularly leaders such as Sens. Mitch McConnell and Chuck Schumer, as well as Spokeswoman Nancy Pelosi, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and Rep. Pete Sessions.

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