Sidney Powell, President Donald Trump’s election lawyer, spoke to Maria Bartiromo Sunday on the many legal challenges that are active in several states.
Powell appeared on Sunday Morning Futures on Fox News.
Powell is a former federal prosecutor and was the attorney for former Trump National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, The Tennessee Star reported.
One of the legal challenges is in Michigan over Dominion software, Breitbart reported.
Bartiromo tweeted, “Attorney Powell on election legal challenges that remain active in several states”.
— Maria Bartiromo (@MariaBartiromo) November 15, 2020
“According to public records, Dominion voting machines are used in 2,000 jurisdictions in 30 states,” Bartiromo said.
Experts have said if one is flawed, others may, so Texas rejected Dominion software three times over manipulation concerns, Bartiromo said.
Although Texas rejected Dominion, states including Pennsylvania used the system, The Center Square reported.
Dominion, on its website, denied claims of voting problems from its software, saying in part, “Dominion Voting Systems categorically denies false assertions about vote switching issues with our voting systems.”
Powell said that presidential transition team will soon be “nonexistent.”
We’re fixing to overturn the results of the election in multiple states and President Trump won not by just hundreds of thousands of votes but by millions of votes that were shifted by this software that was designed expressly for that purpose. We have sworn witness testimony of why the software was designed. It was designed to rig elections. He was fully briefed on it, he saw it happen in other countries, it was exported internationally for profit by the people behind Smartmatic and Dominion. They did this on purpose. It was calculated. They’ve done it before. We have evidence from 2016 in California. We have so much evidence I feel like it’s coming in through a firehose.
Bartiromo asked Powell if she could prove her claims, to which she said she has “lots of ways,” but would not name them on television. The Smartmatic software was used in other voting machines, she said. Smartmatic’s user manuals allegedly tell how votes can be “wiped away.” Powell said every state that bought the software should be investigated.
Powell said her team is continuing to investigate additional claims, including the possibility of software firms being able to watch votes in real time and shift votes in real time.
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Jason M. Reynolds has more than 20 years’ experience as a journalist at outlets of all sizes.