Sidney Powell promises "Biblical" lawsuit coming in vote fraud cases as she accused Georgia governor of corrupt deal with Dominion
Former federal prosecutor Sidney Powell has been dropping bombshells like a boss over the past several days as she prepares to file what she described as a lawsuit of “biblical” proportions in Georgia, alleging massive electronic vote fraud that flipped several states from President Trump to Joe Biden.
In an interview with Newsmax TV
, Powell also accused Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger of making a deal to purchase Dominion Voting Systems that included some kind of kickback
on the $100 million price tag.
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Asked about the state’s election results being certified for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden over the weekend, Powell blew it off.
“That’s a total farce. Georgia’s probably going to be the first state I’m gonna blow up, and Mr. Kemp and the secretary of state need to go with it because they’re in on the Dominion [Voting Systems] scam with their last-minute purchase or reward of a contract to Dominion of $100 million,” she said, going on to suggest that Georgia law enforcement officials should be investigating that.
When she was pressed on her accusation against Kemp, who has been an ally of the president, she nevertheless insisted that Trump’s campaign team has “certainly been told that there is evidence of that and would warrant an investigation if anybody were actually going to do an honest investigation.”
“We've got tons of evidence; it's so much, it's hard to pull it all together. Hopefully this week we will get it ready to file, and it will be biblical. It's a massive project to pull this fraud claim together with the evidence that I want to put in,” she said. “You name the manner of fraud and it occurred in Georgia."
“We’ve got ballots being shredded, ballots being thrown out in trash bags, lying by people working in the [vote counting] center, the votes being switched, the algorithms being run…you name the manner of fraud and it occurred in Georgia,” she said.
Newsmax TV went on to summarize Powell’s claims, based on evidence, testimony and affidavits:
- Joe Biden votes being "weighted" at 1.25 times and President Donald Trump votes being parsed at 3/4.
- Algorithms that gave Democrats 35,000 extra votes.
- Modifications made to voting machines after statutory cutoff dates for changes.
- Past election victories, including Hillary Clinton's primary victory over Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., being forced decided by Dominion Voting Systems.
- Alleged pay-for-play kick backs to public officials, potentially even Georgia GOP Gov. Kemp for a late grant to use Dominion Voting Systems.
And Powell isn’t the only one making the allegations — of massive vote fraud and corruption involving Kemp.
“I’ve met with Sidney Powell at length. I’ve seen the evidence with respect to the Dominion machines and the software they use, and how they ran it through Barcelona in Spain, where they manipulated the votes,” attorney Lin Wood said
in an interview Friday.
“I believe that Brian Kemp is corrupt. And he was corrupted with Chinese money,” Wood added. “I don’t believe he wants this election overthrown and the real results posted because then Brian Kemp’s gonna be facing a Trump administration attorney general and Brian Kemp will find himself in jail,” Wood added.
Those are strong charges, of course, but these are two seasoned attorneys and, in Wood’s case, he is very familiar
with defamation cases, having successfully defended Atlanta Olympics guard Richard Jewell in the mid-1990s and Covington Catholic High student Nicolas Sandmann in his lawsuits against big media.
In fact, in his interview, Wood dares Kemp to file a defamation lawsuit against him if he’s wrong — something he doesn’t believe Kemp is going to do.
The point is, these two legal eagles are not going to throw their careers away, especially in such a high profile manner. We believe they are onto something, and we look forward to seeing what they have.