May 13, 2021 | From Creative Destruction Media
Who is Michael Daugherty? He is the man who fought the Deep State for a decade, and won.
In 2008, Daugherty was running his medical lab company in GA, minding his own business, when he got a phone call saying his patients’ data had been found available on the internet, a violation of Federal law. The software firm on the other end of the phone call demanded money to ‘fix the problem’.
To make a long story short, Daugherty fought back, didn’t give up, wrote a book about his experience, and over a decade later, discovered it was the FBI who had given powerful surveillance software to Tiversa who then hacked his computers and demanded payment to ‘make it all go away’. In short, the “Fast and Furious of Cybersecurity”. Tiversa pulled this charade again and again with hundreds of organizations, yet the Federal Trade Commission came after Daugherty, rather than Tiversa, demanding he admit he ran a company with shoddy data security practices. . . .
The FBI and FTC covered up extortion racket created, executed and covered up by good-old Uncle Sam. His business, LabMD, having treated over 700,000 cancer patients, was destroyed. Daugherty eventually prevailed in court and is starting to sue the pants off everyone involved.
Now, in this season of election fraud and government duplicity, Daugherty wants to force election integrity in the Peach State, filing a Trojan horse case that is making its way through the legal system. . . .
Daugherty is also the founder of ‘The Justice Society’, an entity in Atlanta with the mandate to ‘end persecution through process’ by training Davids to defeat Goliaths. The Justice Society is taking up this challenge. . . .
The case alleges the runoff election for the GA U.S. Senate seats, which was certified in February of this year, was illegally executed on many levels and so does not accurately reflect the will of GA voters. The lawsuit calls for a new election based on paper ballots as provided in Georgia law.
“The case does not rely on the anecdotal evidence of ballot harvesting, dead citizens voting, or stuffed ballot boxes to seek to overturn the GA Senate election. This case is different because it involves a solid, objective examination of whether the voting machines used in the election meet the required GA statutory standards. The answer is — they do not. Since they do not, the election must be invalidated,” declared Daugherty. . . .
“Honestly, I do not understand how some of these people think they can disregard the law and act as they feel expedient for their own interests, vilifying anyone who disagrees.”
“You can’t ignore election law violations by anyone, much less the political establishment. While there needs to be a high bar, deadlines and finality, the politicos today feel they can violate every rule there is; to them the ends justify means. Frankly the widespread disregard for the law is disgusting.”
“The Trump cases had to have proof before engaging in discovery in order to challenge the results, but there was so little time. The system is simply rigged to permit fraud to flourish and succeed. But we have had the luxury of time. We’ve had time to lay the groundwork to go after everyone, and this will surely include the outrageous Stacey Abrams consent decree, the astonishing Dominion agreement, and potentially Dominion itself. “Voters” who were not registered to vote or did not vote in November suddenly voted in January. That was also illegal, and we are going to bring all this to light and hold the actors accountable.”
Daugherty quietly filed his case on a Sunday night in February. Biding his time, his team has held their fire until now. But then Perkins Coie, known as the Democrat storm lawyers of election mayhem, parachuted into the Daugherty case. . . .
With the tide turning in public opinion across the land regarding election fraud, this case is one to watch.
Share your prayers and thoughts below on this legal case that could potentially flip the Senate red. . .
(Excerpt from Creative Destruction Media. Article by CD Media Staff. Photo Credit: Getty Images.)