By: D. Kennedy
Attorney Powell Requests Recount In Georgia:
Attorney Sidney Powell recently announced that she will be requesting a Zoom meeting with state officials to perform a “real audit” of Georgia’s recount. She posted this as an open letter on Twitter to Georgia’s Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. She has stated she is not working directly with President Trump and his legal team. She is representing “WeThePeople” through an effort to ensure a safe and secure 2020 election.
“Dear @GaSecofState 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,” Powell tweeted.
She added that the folks of Georgia are defendants in ensuring that the elections in Georgia are done properly. In a recent interview with Fox Business’ Lou Dobbs, Powell said she expects to file a lawsuit this week and described it as a “massive document.”
“There’s no issue in my mind but that he was elected in an absolute landslide nationwide,” Powell said.
The state has had massive incidents of voter fraud and election fraud, where President-elect Biden beat President Trump by less than one half of a percentage point. Because of ballot secrecy rules, signature-matching in a recount is nearly impossible. President Trump and other high-profile Republicans have also reached out and filed a proper request for a recount in Georgia – one that includes signature-matching.
“Today, the Trump campaign filed a petition for recount in Georgia. President Trump and his campaign continue to insist on an honest recount in Georgia, which has to include signature-matching and other vital safeguards. Without signature-matching, this recount would be a sham and again allow for illegal votes to be counted,” said the President’s legal team in a statement.
Georgia Republicans Sen. Kelly Loeffler and Sen. David Perdue both backed the President’s request in demanding signature-matching on the ballot recount, as well as calling for the resignation of Raffensperger.
Powell is also looking into the big tech companies such as Facebook and Twitter that have been suppressing freedom of speech and challenging election fraud over the last few months.
The media does not determine who the next President of the United States will be – the lawsuits do.