Sidney Powell requests records for critical Zoom meeting in Georgia
Attorney Sidney Powell, who has put her top-tier legal reputation on the line with allegations of massive vote fraud in the presidential election, is requesting access to records of a Zoom meeting with the Georgia secretary of state over the ongoing recount that lacks a meaningful audit. Powell appears to be alluding to the absence of a thorough signature check on mail-in ballots that would distinguish between legal and illegal votes
Her open letter posted to Twitter read as follows:
“Please consider this an open records act request for the #Zoom meeting of today’s date with electors & your refusal to perform a real audit to include envelopes & all documents required. #TrumpLandslide.”
Powell copied President Trump, General Michael Flynn, and attorneys Lin Wood and Abigail Frye, on the Tweet. In an independent capacity, First Amendment champion Wood is also contesting the election outcome on behalf of President Trump.
Although a Republican, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger does not seem to be on top of the situation. For this reason, both incumbent GOP Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler — who are headed to runoff elections in January with Democrat challengers — have called upon Raffensperger to resign because of allegations of irregularities in mail-in voting procedures.
Please consider this an open records act request for the #Zoom meeting of today's date with electors & your refusal to perform a real audit to include envelopes & all documents required. #TrumpLandslide@realDonaldTrump @GenFlynn@abigailcfrye @LLinWood #GA
— Sidney Powell 🇺🇸⭐⭐⭐ (@SidneyPowell1) November 25, 2020
According to a report in the Ledger-Enquirer of Georgia, however, it seems doubtful that absentee ballots will come under further scrutiny in the context of signature matching in a state that Joe Biden purportedly won by just about 13,000 votes out of five million cast.
“Top Republicans, including President Donald Trump and Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, have requested signature audits tied to Georgia’s absentee voting. Under state law, the identification or signature of voters is checked twice during the absentee voting process, and an accepted ballot can’t be traced back to a signed envelope once the two are separated. The process protects ballot secrecy. Currently, there’s no state law requiring or outlining the process for rechecking envelope signatures against the state database after those signatures were already confirmed, said Gabriel Sterling, the state’s voting system implementation manager.”
The corporate media continues to insist that there is no “widespread” fraud.
In the meantime, Powell — a former federal prosecutor who is operating independently from the Trump legal team — could file the first of several lawsuits challenging the election results as early as today.
“It’s a massive document, and it’s going to have a lot of exhibits. The defendants are going to be folks in Georgia who are responsible for supposedly making sure the elections in Georgia are done properly. And there are just countless incidents of voter fraud and election fraud writ large in Georgia,” Powell told Fox Business anchor Lou Dobbs.
BREAKING NEWS: @SidneyPowell1 says her lawsuit in Georgia could be filed as soon as tomorrow and says there’s no way there was anything but widespread election fraud. #MAGA #AmericaFirst #Dobbs pic.twitter.com/buB5UDwZ9u
— Lou Dobbs (@LouDobbs) November 24, 2020
Powell’s primary focus seems to be on the alleged manipulation of the Dominion electronic voting software in many states to the detriment of the incumbent president.
Absent alleged vote fraud, Powell maintained that President Trump was “elected in an absolute landslide nationwide.”
Lin Wood, whose credibility is also on the line in this matter, is standing with Powell.
I have worked closely with @SidneyPowell1 & others over recent weeks.
The lawsuit Sidney will be filing tomorrow in GA speaks TRUTH.
Enemies of America will deny its allegations. Do NOT believe them.
Believe Sidney & me. We love America & freedom. Our enemies do not. pic.twitter.com/JyLkqCMd3W
— Lin Wood (@LLinWood) November 24, 2020