Quotes from Lin Wood's interview with Judge Jeanine.
Lin Wood: "The Secretary of State's agreement with the Democratic Party in March of this year was not approved by, was not made by, the state legislature. That violates the laws applicable to a Federal election in a state."
Lin Wood: "It can't be done. The election in Georgia was unlawful. They're going to have to have a do-over, not for the presidency--that can be decided by the Electoral College, selected by the legislature. But there's going to have to be a new down-ballot vote in January."
Lin Wood: " We're going to have a legal election [for down-ballot, not POTUS] before this election cycle is over. We haven't had one in Georgia yet."
Wood: "...the Secretary of State entered into in litigation with the Democratic Party. But that consent agreement made substantive changes in the absentee voting rules. You can't do that. Only the state legislature is permitted to make a change in a Federal election.... " /2
Wood: "That's been strongly suggested and will be upheld eventually, by Justice Alito in Pennsylvania.... So they changed the rules under the guise of COVID to try to increase the ability of people to vote by mail." /3