Attorney Sidney Powell to sue Trump over Georgia’s election results


Attorney Sidney Powell filed a lawsuit in Georgia on Wednesday night on charges of “massive election fraud” that changed the state’s results in the 2020 election.

The lawsuit, in which Georgian Governor Brian Kemp and Secretary of State and Chairman of the Georgian State Electoral Commission, Brad Raffensperger, are named among the defendants, allege several constitutional violations, citing fact witnesses, expert witnesses and statistical impossibilities within the election results, and say tens of thousands. votes involved – that’s enough for the state to support elected president Joe Biden.

“The system and craftsmanship of the fraud was the purpose of illegally and fraudulently manipulating the counting of votes to make sure Joe Biden was elected President of the United States,” the 104-page petition states.

According to the lawsuit, there is no adequate remedy under the law and the state is seeking to set aside the results of both the 2020 presidential and congressional elections. Biden beat President Trump by 12,670 votes, 0.25%, according to Georgia’s state certificate on Friday.

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DOMINANT AND SMARTMATIC VOTING SYSTEMS

The lawsuit refers to election software and hardware manufactured by Dominion Voting Systems Corp., where “massive fraud” begins, stating that the structure and features of the system’s software do not allow for easy control of misallocation, redistribution and cancellation of votes.

There is “indisputable material evidence” that security systems have been violated and voting machines have been connected to the Internet, which is a violation of state and federal laws, according to the document.

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Georgia purchased Dominion voting machines and software in July 2019. State Democrats at the time, led by former candidate for governor Stacey Abrams, argued that machines tended to be manipulated. The state of Texas rejected the system a year earlier because its vulnerability was to undetectable manipulation.

A Dominion spokesman told Fox News earlier this week that Powell’s allegations were uninteresting.

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Reported vulnerabilities in the Smartmatics system include barcodes that could override votes and machines with the ability to connect to the Internet without the jurisdiction’s knowledge, the lawsuit says.

GEORGIAN RULES

In April, the State Electoral Commission adopted the urgency rule, which allowed absentee ballots to begin three weeks before the election with an inspector authorized to open the outer envelope. The rule was directly contrary to state law, which states that outer envelopes can be opened if polling stations open on election day.

According to the lawsuit, there is no “reconciliation of this conflict”.

According to statements by Amanda Coleman and Maria Diedrich, Republican observers of the recount of the state hand, it is not possible to say whether the recount was accurate or proper.

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Another observer stated that signature checks were never observed. Some counties allegedly did not perform the recount manually, instead processing only the ballot papers on the same machines.

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Fan Carlos Silva, a Democrat, said Trump had put his missing ballots in the Biden pile. Several interested parties testified that they also saw this.

A statement by one observer testified to hostility to Republican observers, but not to Democrats, which, according to the lawsuit, violates the equal protection clause.

After Georgia’s polls closed, Fulton County election officials said a check mark broke out at the Allstate Arena polling center, preventing the 30,000 missing ballots from being processed. The plaintiffs allege that the water leak did not occur in the counting room. Famous Michelle Branton said election workers stayed after being told to go home with people working on computers until 1:05 a.m.

CHOICES OF INFRINGEMENTS

The plaintiffs allege that the defendants violated the election clause in the U.S. Constitution, which states that state legislature must determine election rules. The accused are not part of the General Assembly of Georgia and have no legislative powers.

In addition, the lawsuit alleges Raffensperger and Georgia violated Amendment 14 to the U.S. Constitution by denying equal protection under the law.

Opinion pollers have the right to observe and monitor the electoral process in order to ensure that it is conducted fairly. The missing ballots were opened three weeks before election day, and there is no “reconciliation of this conflict,” the lawsuit stands.

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Some absent and mailing voters were given the opportunity to “cure” the ballot papers with minor errors, but not everything, according to the petition, they were denied the proper procedure for the right to vote.

It is also alleged that the lack of signature verification meant the denial of the proper procedure for voting rights. The state’s signature rejection rate was 0.15% and only .00167% for missing ballots for the state as a whole. Hancock County, with a population of 8,348, rejected more ballots than Fulton County, which has the largest population in the state, with more than 1.06 million people.

By comparison, in the state of Colorado, the rejection rate was between 0.52% and 0.66%, according to the lawsuit.

The plaintiffs allege widespread voting fraud and state that Georgian law allows elections to be challenged for reasons such as misconduct, fraud, or irregularity committed by an election official or officials that cast doubt on the outcome.

Acceptance of illegal votes, rejection of legal votes, and an error in the counting of votes that would change the outcome are other reasons why elections are debatable in the state.

PROPOSED REMEDY

The plaintiffs request an emergency order instructing the defendants to destroy the results. Alternatively, an emergency order is requested prohibiting defendants from including missing and postal ballots in ballot papers that do not comply with the Electoral Code.

Other requests for relief include not counting Georgian voters in the 2020 elections or instructing state voters to vote for Trump.