Sidney Powell Agrees She Is Not Part of Trump Legal Team, Says Lawsuit Coming This Week: ‘It Will Be Epic’

Lawyer Sidney Powell said in a statement Sunday evening via Gen. (Ret.) Michael Flynn that said she understood the Trump campaign’s statement that she is not part of the campaign’s legal team and she is proceeding to file an “epic” lawsuit this week.

After Twitter suspended Powell for 12 hours, Flynn posted her statement on his Parler account, which said:


I agree with the campaign’s statement that I am not part of the campaign’s legal team. I never signed a retainer agreement or sent the President or the campaign a bill for my expenses or fees.

My intent has always been to expose all the fraud I could find and let the chips fall where they may —whether it be upon Republicans or Democrats.

The evidence I’m compiling is overwhelming that this software tool was used to shift millions of votes from President [Donald] Trump and other Republican candidates to Biden and other Democrat candidates.  We are proceeding to prepare our lawsuit and plan to file it this week.  It will be epic.

We will not allow this great Republic to be stolen by communists from without and within or our votes altered or manipulated by foreign actors in Hong Kong, Iran, Venezuela, or Serbia, for example, who have neither regard for human life nor the people who are the engine of this exceptional country.

#WeThePeople elected Donald Trump and other Republican candidates to restore the vision of America as a place of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

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Her statement followed shorter ones made earlier on Sunday that said she agreed with the campaign’s statement and that she is “staying the course to prove the massive deliberate election fraud that robbed #WeThePeople of our votes for President Trump & other Republican candidates.”

Powell released the statements after the Trump campaign legal team, led by Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis, released a short statement that said: “Sidney Powell is practicing law on her own. She is not a member of the Trump Legal Team. She is also not a lawyer for the President in his personal capacity.”

There has been some friction between Powell and the Trump legal team after a 90-minute press conference last week which featured Giuliani, Ellis, and Powell.

Powell received most of the attention afterwards for claims that votes were switched via election systems, and later got into a public row with Fox News host Tucker Carlson after he pressed her for evidence that she said she would later present to a court.

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Governor Urges Citizens To Call Police on Neighbors Who Violate Lockdown Order

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown is urging her state’s residents to call the police to report their neighbors for violating her strict coronavirus lockdown restrictions on Thanksgiving. Brown, a Democrat, last week ordered a two-week “freeze” on many activities. The Oregonian reported that Brown’s order, intended to curtail the spread of the coronavirus in the state,…

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Californians Revolt: Anti-Lock Down Protesters Storm the Streets, Gather Outside Gavin Newsom’s House in Defiance of Curfew Order (VIDEO)

California Governor Gavin Newsom (D) on Thursday issued a 10 PM to 5 AM curfew for most California counties.

The curfew will affect 41 out of 58 counties in California.

Californians revolted this weekend and participated in anti-lock down protests in defiance of Newsom’s unconstitutional curfew order.

Trump supporters gathered outside of Gavin Newsom’s house protesting curfew and Covid orders.


Police blocked a huge Trump caravan from driving in front of Newsom’s house!


Patriots were out chanting “Newsom sucks!” in Orange County’s Huntington Beach:

Anti-lockdown protesters took to the streets of Orange County’s San Clemente:

Trump! Trump! Trump!


Patriots were out in Beverly Hills (language warning):

Patriots in Fresno protested Newsom’s curfew:

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Dominion Voting Systems: Connecting the Dots

Guest post by Blade Coplin

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Dominion Voting Systems Corporation is a company that sells electronic voting hardware and software, including voting machines and tabulators, in the United States and Canada. It is also in the headlines presently due to rumors going around of it’s involvement in election rigging claimed by the Trump Administration and his legal team, as the voting systems for the 2020 Presidential Election used their systems to tally votes. While the company itself, along with every other news source has denounced any irregularities or evidence of election rigging due to the voting systems, evidence to the contrary has started to present itself. Here is a brief history of Dominion Election Systems before they became Dominion.

Diebold Elections Systems Inc. is formed. Previously, DESI was run by Bob Urosevich, who worked in the election systems industry since 1976. In 1979, Mr. Urosevich founded American Information Systems. He served as the President of AIS, now known as Election Systems & Software, Inc. (ES&S), from 1979 through 1992. Bob’s brother, Todd Urosevich, is Vice President, Aftermarket Sales with ES&S, DESI’s chief competitor. In 1995, Bob Urosevich started I-Mark Systems, whose product was a touch screen voting system utilizing a smart card and biometric encryption authorization technology. Global Election Systems, Inc. (GES) acquired I-Mark in 1997, and on July 31, 2000 Mr. Urosevich was promoted from Vice President of Sales and Marketing and New Business Development to President and Chief Operating Officer. On January 22, 2002, Diebold announced the acquisition of GES, then a manufacturer and supplier of electronic voting terminals and solutions. Global Election Systems subsequently changed its name to Diebold Election Systems, Inc.

Fast forward to the election year that followed the creation of Diebold Election Systems. There had been known glitches within Diebold’s software that could alter an election in other candidates favor. Multiple News Outlets wrote articles pertaining to the threat of Election Rigging via E-Voting. Those same media outlets now in 2020, that claim e-voting to be safe and not subject to tampering/glitches even whilst saying the exact opposite 15 years prior. Michael Meacher from “The Guardian” wrote this back in 2005.

“According to Harris, a manipulation technique she found in Diebold’s AccuVote central vote tabulator is able to read totals from an untraceable bogus vote set within its software. “By entering a two-digit code in a hidden location, a second set of votes is created; and this set of votes can be changed in a matter of seconds, so that it no longer matches the correct votes,” she has said. And she has demonstrated this live on television. Her conclusion is: “You can easily edit the election.”

While Diebold denounced these claims, email threads I acquired through digging indicate their knowledge of said bugs in some form or another in their systems and how circumventing was done to avoid detection including halting google searches on the company and the keyword bug, as to not increase the chances of those two keywords coming up in the registry upon searching the company.

Attached below are a few separate emails from various members of the company. (At the end of this article I will post the rest of the email threads I have currently, as to not be selective in only picking out certain conversations.) Pay attention to the name Ian Piper in the separate email below as well. Though he didn’t partake in the email thread below regarding the glitch, he was the Compliance Officer of Diebold Election Systems. This is important in many ways.

A compliance officer is an individual who ensures that a company complies with its outside regulatory and legal requirements as well as internal policies and bylaws. Compliance officers have a duty to their employer to work with management and staff to identify and manage regulatory risk. Now to me, those emails though not too descriptive in detail clearly show knowledge of a said glitch, and an attempt to keep it off the radar somehow. As a Compliance Officer, I don’t think I’d be too off the mark in saying he too had knowledge of a good amount of what was going on within the company.

Shortly following these emails that year and the years following, Diebold Voting Systems were having many widespread irregularities occur. Some as severe as taking votes away from one candidate and transferring them over in favor of the other party/doctoring votes as described in this April 2004 Vanity Fair article written by Michael Shnayerson.

In 2006, Diebold decided to remove its name from the front of the voting machines for strategic reasons. In 2007, it changed its name to Premier Solution Systems. Election Systems & Software (ES&S) acquired Premier Election Solutions on September 3, 2009.

According to Wikipedia, Following the acquisition, the Department of Justice and 14 individual states launched investigations into the transaction on antitrust grounds. In March 2010, the Department of Justice filed a civil antitrust lawsuit against ES&S, requiring it to divest voting equipment systems assets it acquired from Premier Election Solutions in order to restore competition. The company then sold the assets to Dominion Voting Systems.

Dominion Voting Systems acquired Premier on May 19, 2010.

“We are extremely pleased to conclude this transaction, which will restore much-needed competition to the American voting systems market and will allow Dominion to expand its capabilities and operational footprint to every corner of the United States,” said John Poulos, CEO of Dominion. The transaction was approved by the Department of Justice and nine state attorneys general.

Problem with this is Dominion Voting Systems too had its own “glitches” just like Diebold/Premier Solution Systems had dating all the way back as early as 2001. Essentially making it safe to assume that Diebold hadn’t so much as went away, as they travelled from name to name. Dominion was no different. In this March 2012 article from “The Palm Beach Post”, written by George Bennett where a supplier for Dominion Voting Systems blamed the problems on a software “shortcoming” as they put it which ended up transferring the votes of one candidate over to the other.

Now this is but speculation, but this same scenario is what I presume to have occurred with the recent 2020 Presidential Election in multiple states across the country seeing as Dominion Systems are used in more than 29 states in the nation.

As we continue down this rabbit hole, I’ll detail Dominion’s role in everything.
On a sidenote, for those who have recently heard of the company Smartmatic here’s something important you should know contrary to what the company states, when they denounced their affiliation with Dominion. Smartmatic acquired another multi-national technology company which developed advanced election systems, as well as voting machines. This company was called Sequoia Voting Systems. The acquisition occurred on March 8, 2005.

Why is this important?

Because Smartmatic, following a verdict by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), was ordered to sell Sequoia. Who did they sell it to? None other Dominion Voting Systems. So, while not directly related to Dominion, Smartmatic still retains a degree of indirect relationship to it based off the sale of said company.

So now we have Dominion in possession of not just one, but two subsidiaries. Sequoia and Diebold/Premier. If you recall earlier, I brought up Mr. Ian Piper, the Compliance Officer at Diebold. As fate would have it, would you guess who happens to be Director of Certification at Dominion.None other than the man himself.

Now while this may mean nothing to some, I find it odd that this same gentlemen who was employed with Diebold from the very start, the same company who also had claims of directly interfering with ballot results from leaked Diebold email servers. There are roughly 13,000 leaked emails floating out in the web somewhere, but here’s a link to quite a few. Ian Piper is mentioned/seen responding to messages in vast amounts of the emails, as I stated prior due to his employment being there at the time. So again, having knowledge whether directly or indirectly was safe to assume.

So, having worked for a company prior known to have widespread issues that lacked transparency, and therefore the trust of the American People due to irregularities with their systems in the election process dating back 20 years. So why would Dominion keep an employee on their payroll from those volatile times instead of hiring someone with the same qualifications but a more transparent personal and professional record? Because, as I stated earlier, it was never about fixing these errors so much as hiding them among different aliases. Take that as my opinion if you will, but it’s a hypothesis I stand firm on.

Attached below are various documents signed by or written by Ian Piper while employed by Dominion Voting Systems in order to verify the validity of my previous statements and accusations.



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Fast forward to July 16, 2018.
Dominion makes the decision to sell to Staple Street Capital LLC. An investment firm based out of New York.

Upon further investigation, I noticed something odd about Staple Street and its members. Half of the executive team in some way or another, has ties to or has worked there prior to, an investment hedge fund corporation called “The Carlyle Group”. Though it’s a minor detail to some, a major detail that stuck out to me, is that George Soros donated $100 Million towards a smaller subsidiary of the group.
Washington Post Article Below:

Whether people choose to investigate further into him or not, you’ll find that wherever Soros is, trouble follows. Be it financial strain upon a country, or public discourse instead.
Focusing our attention back onto the members of Dominion, after glancing over the Executive Team and noticing those details, you’ll notice one even greater detail.
One of the Sitting Board Members of Staple Street:

A Google inquiry into Mr. Kennard being a Sitting Board Member of Staple Street LLC. will be a hit and miss. Staple Street has since taken down everything off their website including the Executive Members and Board Members links. The homepage is generic and lacks any other information besides an “About Us” excerpt. Digital footprints always remain in one form or another, so I managed to find more information including screenshots of the original website before it was erased. Ill attach them below this. Before I do, what I find odd as others should too, is how a Ranking Board Member of the Corporation that just bought out the company who manufactures the voting systems we are using for this year’s Presidential Election isn’t in some shape or form a conflict of interest given his affiliation with not just Bill Clinton and his Administration, but Barack Obama and his administration as well.
(To make it even weirder, Bloomberg took down Kennards biography which I screenshotted as well.)

State Street Capital Executive Members

Blank Webpage for Staple Street Board of Directors


(After you read, I will now leave it you to decide for yourself what is fact and what is fiction. I partook in vast amounts of research further into these topics, people and corporations I discussed and came to the conclusions I did. If you see what I’m seeing and it has you wanting to find out more as I did, I hope you too start doing your own investigative research and start connecting the dots as I have.- Blade Coplin)

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Trump Campaign: PA Court Loss ‘Turns Out To Help Us’

The Trump campaign legal team responded to a recent loss in a Pennsylvania court with optimism, saying that the negative ruling actually aids the campaign’s legal strategy. A federal judge in Pennsylvania threw out a Trump campaign election lawsuit on Saturday, citing a lack of evidence to back up the campaign’s claims of potential voter […]

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A Realistic Primer On Georgia’s Senate Runoffs

A Realistic Primer On Georgia’s Senate Runoffs

Tyler Durden

Sun, 11/22/2020 – 15:45

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In the classic movie “The Godfather,” Michael Corleone travels to a small restaurant in the Bronx to meet with a rival Mafia boss. At the table the boss tells a corrupt policeman who is there to serve as a third-party witness that he is going to “speak to Michael in Italian.” In the movie they switch languages to keep the policeman in the dark.

So I’m going to speak “Georgian,” not to keep anyone out, but to hopefully add context to two situations that the media has been conflating.

First the recount. Despite assertions by Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger and in the local media, the effort has been disingenuous. There was a failure to properly authenticate ballots. Finding thousands of uncounted ballots in the process doesn’t help create confidence in what Georgia officials claim to be a smooth process.

In addition, post-election data shows that some 15,000 individuals who no longer live in Georgia voted in the recent general election. Another 8,800 inactive voters mysteriously cast a vote in this cycle. Some 14,000 “low propensity” voters who basically have not voted in 10 years also participated. Almost all of those votes were cast before the November 3 same-day voting.

None of this suspicious activity could change the course of a recount in which not enough monitors were provided. And in many of the larger counties, monitors were forced to observe from a distance where they could not see the ballots. Signature verification was not even considered. But those lists of non-resident, inactive, and other so-called “miracle” voters could have their status challenged for the upcoming runoff, if done so quickly. That is not voter “suppression.” It’s enforcing the basic integrity of the election process.

A recent InsiderAdvantage poll showed that only half of Georgia voters believe the results of the November election were fair and accurate. Among Republicans, this figure was more than 70%. So that’s the landscape as we enter the runoff stage in an election that will determine control of the U.S. Senate.

Will the dog hunt?

Our survey found Democrat Raphael Warnock narrowly ahead of Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler 49%-48%, with Republican Sen. David Perdue tied with Democrat Jon Ossoff at 49%-49%.

This suggests to me that both Republican incumbents are slight underdogs. I come to this conclusion not just as a pollster who usually gets Georgia right, but who served as a state representative, a GOP nominee for lieutenant governor, and as the political analyst for three of the four Atlanta network affiliates.

And this is where I start speaking “Georgian.” When I served in the legislature, our legendary House Speaker Tom Murphy used to say, as the legislative session was in its last days, that we were “down to the lick log,” (a farming term) meaning time was up. The Republican candidates in these Senate races are down to that “lick log.” Advanced in-person voting starts in less than a month and absentee ballots start being mailed this week.

And while Democratic activist and former state Rep. Stacey Abrams tweeted on Sunday that more than 600,000 voters already had requested mail ballots, Georgia Republicans are busy fighting with each other. They must find a way to appeal to two, very disparate, branches of their party. One dominates the suburbs – not just in Atlanta, but also outside Athens, Savannah, Columbus, and Sea Island. This is the establishment wing of the GOP. The other is the massive Donald Trump GOP that dominates rural towns and counties from the mountains of North Georgia to the Florida line. With the silence of the Republican Gov. Brian Kemp over the voting issues in Georgia, both rank-in-file Republicans and many state leaders are fighting each other. This is a house divided that must come together quickly — and may not.

Resentment toward Kemp among Trump supporters, who are still reeling from an election result they mistrust, could make turnout for Perdue and Loeffler problematic. Kemp has been asked to call a special legislative session to clean up Georgia’s chaotic absentee ballot laws but refuses to do so. In our latest InsiderAdvantage survey of Georgia, Kemp’s approval rating had plummeted to 37%, with Republicans divided over him.

The early campaign messages in the two races may further complicate matters.

Loeffler advocates have gone to the airwaves linking her opponent, the Rev. Warnock, to support of controversial positions and political figures. One of those ads has images of him dressed in more traditional African dashiki-style garments while preaching in a church. Perhaps that might persuade a few suburban white voters, but those images could also inflame Georgia’s very powerful African American demographic. Whether it is this particular ad, or something else, you can bet that Loeffler will be accused of racism. It’s a time-honored tradition in Georgia politics and trust me, it’s coming.

As a percentage of the vote, African Americans made up less of the general election turnout in November than in recent presidential contests. That should actually concern Republicans. Why? Because in the runoff Georgians could make history by electing a black pastor to the U.S. Senate from a state in the Deep South. I expect African American participation to increase: certainly, Democrats are trying to pump it up, as powerful figures such as Barack Obama have come to Georgia to point to this unique moment.

In Perdue’s instance, it appears that the well-worn “he’s too liberal” TV ad (which rarely resonates with voters in Georgia) has been substituted with a “he’s too radical” version. Perdue’s opponent, Jon Ossoff, has carefully cultivated image of a “progressive moderate.” Throwing the “R word” around might not do enough to damage the Democratic nominee. Just ask Craig Keshishian, the last living pollster for Ronald Reagan. Keshishian flatly declares, in a California version of our Georgia lingo, “That dog won’t hunt.”

And running Sen. Chuck Schumer in attack ads won’t work either because most Georgia voters have only a vague concept of who he is or what he does.

Republicans’ task

To recover their momentum, Republicans have to find a way to do three things:

First, the messaging to Atlanta suburban white voters must be specific as to how a victory for the Democratic nominees will impact them in a very personal way. That means ads showing solar panels being forced on their homes and social workers substituting for police. Calculating the cost of their soon-to-be new tax increases in their city or county, courtesy of lost revenues due to COVID, might make these voters think twice about casting a vote that is likely to add to their federal tax burden. Unless they see tangible challenges to their lifestyle or pocketbooks, suburban voters will likely continue their drift to a party they view as moderate — or perhaps even liberal — but not socialist.

Secondly, the Trump base must be reengaged. Make no mistake, a huge portion of these voters couldn’t care less about the two U.S. senators. Their devotion is to Donald J. Trump, and only Trump can deliver them back to the polls. In Georgia, Trump is not a political figure among most Republicans; he’s closer to a religion.

Finally, let’s return to that discussion of the recount. How about those many voters who have moved out of Georgia or who have not voted in ages but somehow managed to send an absentee ballot this go-around? These votes, however they were obtained, represent the slim margin which make the two Republicans sight underdogs in my book. There is a short window in which, under Georgia law, their status can be challenged by appealing to their local county election board.

For the two Republican incumbents, and for the balance of power in the Senate, we are truly at “the lick log.”

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Liberal law prof calls out Michigan Dem AG for ‘abusive use of criminal code’ over vote certification drama

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel, a Democrat, is reportedly exploring a criminal investigation or criminal charges against Michigan officials who might try to block the certification of Michigan’s election results at the alleged behest of President Donald Trump.

The development comes after two Wayne County Republicans moved to rescind their votes to certify their county’s election results.

Also last week, four Michigan lawmakers, all Republicans, personally met with Trump at the White House. However, after that meeting, the lawmakers said in a statement that they would "follow the law and follow the normal process regarding Michigan’s electors."

What are the details?

According to the Washington Post:

Michigan’s attorney general is exploring whether officials there risk committing crimes if they bend to President Trump’s wishes in seeking to block the certification of Joe Biden’s victory in their state, according to two people familiar with the review.

The attorney general is conferring with election law experts on whether officials may have violated any state laws prohibiting them from engaging in bribery, perjury and conspiracy, according to people familiar with the deliberations who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss a sensitive matter.

In response to the controversy over Wayne County and Trump’s meeting with Michigan lawmakers, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) said Trump is trying to "steal the election."

"The president can say all he wants. He can summon people to the White House all he wants. He can try to interfere… but the fact of the matter is Joe Biden won this state and won big," Whitmer told CNN last week.

"The will of the people will be done, and these efforts to disenfranchise Wayne County, where a majority of our African American voters live, is a blatant attempt to steal the election result and disenfranchise Michigan voters — and it will not stand," she added.

Biden legal adviser Bob Bauer similarly denounced the meeting, according to the Post.

"It’s an abuse of office," Bauer said. "It’s an open attempt to intimidate election officials. It’s absolutely appalling."

What was the reaction?

Jonathan Turley, a professor at George Washington University Law School and self-described "liberal," responded to the report by accusing Nessel of "abusive use of the criminal code."

"Michigan AG Nessel and others are suggesting that Republicans who oppose certification or even meet with President Trump on the issue could be criminally investigated or charged. Once again, the media is silent on this abusive use of the criminal code," Turley said.

He added, "Imagine if this was AG Barr threatening Democratic legislators with criminal investigation for challenging Trump votes. The media would be apoplectic. Yet, when used against Republicans, there is a celebration for the use of the criminal code for politically motivated threats."

…Imagine if this was AG Barr threatening Democratic legislators with criminal investigation for challenging Trump…

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Lib Priest’s Bashing of ACB’s Latest Decision Accidentally Admits We Were Right All Along

Amy Coney Barrett is as good as her word. And liberals can’t stand her for it. The country’s newest Supreme Court justice, confirmed in October over howls of rage from the left, signed on with the majority last week to vacate a Washington appeals that held off the planned execution of a man convicted in…

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Mexico Pays US Fines Collected from People Trying To Break Through Border Fence

The Trump administration finally has made good on promises to exact payments from the Mexican government in response to illegal immigration efforts to the United States from Mexico. According to a Washington Examiner report published Wednesday, American officials have received financial penalties totaling about $1,300, including one fine from the first successful border crossing prosecution…

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