Judge Denies Trump’s Bid To Decertify Georgia’s Election Results

U.S. District Obama Judge Mark Cohen reportedly denied President Donald Trump’s request for an emergency injunction that would decertify Georgia’s 2020 presidential election results on Tuesday.

Trump and his lawyers filed a complaint on New Year’s Eve that asked Cohen to toss out the certified results of Georgia’s presidential race, according to The New York Times (NYT). The complaint reportedly alleged that Georgia officials allowed dead people, unregistered voters and convicted felons to vote.

During the hearing Cohen said that the case was “beyond unprecedented,” according to Fox News. Cohen then said that Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger did nothing wrong when he recertified the 2020 election results for President-elect Joe Biden, Fox reported.