Sidney Powell, a key member of President Trump’s legal team, has made a number of explosive claims this week about evidence she claims to have which proves there was voter fraud connected with the Nov. 3 presidential election. Powell is described as a no-nonsense lawyer who does not engage in hyperbole, and people waited all week for the former federal prosecutor’s claims to become more public. It looks like they finally will.
At the forefront of her allegations was the fact that Dominion Voting Systems had software that could be manipulated to overturn the election and essentially flip votes in real time that were meant for President Trump, posting them instead for Joe Biden. Powell also claimed that the company was started in Venezuela, with the sole purpose of rigging elections for former Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez.
“We have evidence now of information from the systems going to three or four different foreign countries during the time of the election. Those countries themselves could have watched the live votes come in and changed the numbers,” Powell said. “There’s significant evidence of foreign interference from the worst communist countries on the Earth with our election.”
Dominion has denied it has ties with Venezuela, Cuba or any other countries. The company also denied being involved with Smartmatic, a voting software company Powell has accused of being involved with Dominion to perpetrate the alleged U.S. voter fraud.
Powell opened a Pandora’s box last Sunday morning when she said on Fox Business that she was sitting on mountains of evidence that, when exposed in the courts, would flip the result of the election in favor of President Trump. Not much has happened since then, which frustrated Fox host Tucker Carlson, who blasted Powell on his show Thursday night.
Powell responded to his criticisms Friday and then issued a bigger bombshell, saying the campaign will be able to present their claims in court in the “next two weeks.”