In light of a judge's ruling ordering three Georgia counties to erase or reset voting machines following the contested presidential election, Rep. Barry Loudermilk, R-Ga., is calling for a forensic analysis of Dominion voting machines used in the voting.
Loudermilk said in a tweet Monday that the ruling against officials in Cobb, Gwinnett and Cherokee counties should prompt an audit of the voting machines used in the vote.
Appearing Monday night on Newsmax TV, the congressman added that data in Fulton County has been "effectively wiped" after an IT technician used the wrong server.
"And so now we're looking at it … do we even have the data on the Fulton County servers," he said on "The Chris Salcedo Show." "We don't know. There are just so many issues that have to be investigated.
Loudermilk is also calling for signature verification of write-in ballots, another area President Donald Trump's legal team has focused on. Trump's team has called for a recount with signature matches, something that Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has said is not possible because the signatures have since been separated from the ballots to maintain voter secrecy.
Loudermilk said he understands that, but that mismatching signatures still should be investigated even if the votes associated with them cannot be determined so the state can be aware of who the fraudulent voters are.
The other issue being pursued by the congressman is outside groups registering people to vote in Georgia who don't live in the state. The issued is now being looked at, though Loudermilk said he saw evidence of it weeks before the Nov. 3 general election.
When there are "a thousand or more coming from the same physical address I don't know too many homes that will actually hold that many different families are different individuals," he said. "You look at that before the election happens, not after."
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