Twitter has classified Sidney Powell’s website as “unsafe” following the lawyer’s numerous allegations of a number of election frauds.
According to DefendingTheRepublic.org, Powell created it to “defend and defend the integrity of elections in the United States.” The site is asking for donations to support election litigation.
An attempt to click on a link to Powell’s website on Twitter appears with the following message: “In accordance with Twitter’s URL policy, Twitter or our partners have found that the link you are trying to access may have been found to be spam or unsafe.”
The warning states that URLs fall into any of the following categories: “malicious links that can steal personal information or damage electronic devices, spam links that mislead people or disrupt their experiences, violent or misleading content that can cause real harm, and certain categories of content; which, when published directly on Twitter, violate Twitter’s rules. “
Newsweek contacted Twitter to comment on the tag, but the company said it had nothing more to share. Powell did not respond immediately to requests for comments.
Powell has made headlines in recent weeks about a brief appearance on President Donald Trump’s legal team. Rudy Giuliani, attorney Trump, appeared at a news conference last week in which he accused Cuba, Venezuela, the Clinton Foundation, billionaire George Soros and Antifa of participating in an act of losing votes in favor of Trump.
The lawyer never provided evidence of his allegations. Fox News commentator Tucker Carlson said that when her show turned to the evidence, the woman “became angry and told us to stop contacting her.”
The Trump campaign issued a statement following the press conference: “Sidney Powell exercises the law alone. He is not a member of Trump’s legal team. He is not a personal lawyer for the president either.”
Powell vowed to continue filing lawsuits and promised to provide evidence of massive election fraud, which he referred to as “Kraken’s release.”
This week, Powell independently made typing errors in Georgia and Michigan, citing problems with the indictment machines, fake ballot papers, and poll observers who could not keep track of the number of votes.
In the Georgian complaint, the word “district” was misspelled twice. First there was an extra ca “DISTRICCT” and then “DISTRCOICT”. There were also problems with spelling and space in the Michigan lawsuit. One line wrote, “TheTCFCenter only operates ballots in WayneCounty.”
In the lawsuit in Georgia, Powell also listed Jason Shepherd, the county president of the GOP, as a plaintiff, who said he never agreed to take part in the legal action.
Powell was also represented by former national security adviser Michael Flynet, whom Trump pardoned Wednesday afternoon. Flynn pleaded guilty in 2017 to lying to the FBI over his ties to Russia during the 2016 transition. But the legal saga caught up for years as it later withdrew its guilty legal basis and the Department of Justice began dismissing the case.