Sidney Powell: 'More than Enough Evidence' to 'Reverse Election in at Least 5 States'
Powell lays into Dominion in new interview
Former prosecution attorney Sidney Powell claimed there is "more than enough" evdience in the public to more to reverse the election in at least five states.
Sidney Powell said:
“There’s all kind of precedent for fixing what happened in this election from Bush vs. Gore to other cases as well… Fractionalized votes."
"That’s exactly what we have here from a computer algorithm that we can prove in multiple counties, and it could prove across the country if anybody would issue an order allowing inspection of the machines," Powell said.
"The very fact that Dominion and other companies are not allowing inspection of the voting machines ought to tell everybody all they need to know."
"Federal law calls for election records to be kept for 22 months."
"In this case, it requires forensic evaluations of the machines and looking at all of the paper ballots," she added.
"We already know that’s not going to match up."
"There were counterfeit ballots. People were saying, 'Oh, well they did a full audit in Georgia.'"
"Well, if you just keep running the same counterfeit bill through the same counting machine, you’re going to get the same result."
Powell ended by saying:
“There is enough evidence in the cases before them or enough evidence in the public now to more than reverse the election in at least five states.”
In January, Dominion Voting Systems filed a lawsuit against Powell for $1.3 billion, accusing her of defaming the company with claims of massive voter fraud in the 2020 election.
Dominion CEO, John Poulos, said Powell’s allegation that Dominion was created in Venezuela was false.
Powell alleged that Dominion had ties to former Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez.
Sidney Powell served in the Department of Justice for 10 years and for the last 20 years has devoted her private practice to federal appeals.
She was the youngest Assistant U.S Attorney and later became Chief of the Appellate Section for the Western and Northern Districts of Texas.
Her peers recognized Sidney Powell as a “Super Lawyer” and named as one of the “Best Lawyers in America.”