CONFIRMED By Multiple Sources! We Now Know Who Seized the Hardware in Germany
Last week, Sidney Powell as asked by a reporter about a rumor that started swirling around after Rep. Louie Gohmert mentioned it to Newsmax.
Gohmert said that he was told a server was seized in a raid in Germany which contained raw data to the 2020 U.S. Presidential election.
It’s unclear why this would be in Germany in the first place, but that was the rumor.
When Powell was asked about it, she said that it was true, but she didn’t know who had actually possession of it. She didn’t know if it was the good guys or the bad guys.
To be honest, even saying that still left me skeptical about the whole thing. I really don’t believe that Sidney Powell is going to jeopardize her reputation and career by stating something that isn’t true or that is just theory, but without some real positive affirmation, I’m naturally going to be skeptical.
She then was asked to elaborate a little more when she spoke with Lou Dobbs and she didn’t have much more information at that time.
Then on Friday, she said that she could confirm that it was American forces that seizes the servers.
Powell told Glenn Beck, “The servers from Scytl were confiscated the other day. I’m hearing it was our forces that got those servers. So I think the government is now working on an investigation of what really happened.”
Sidney Powell triples-down on the Scytl servers this morning on Glenn Beck’s radio show: pic.twitter.com/myQoetgRuS
— Sara Thatcher (@SaraThatcherCA) November 20, 2020
Not only did Sidney Powell finally confirm that is was Americans that seized the server, but Newsmax reporter Emerald Robinson. Robinson is actually the reporter who asked Powell about it during the press conference last week.
Robinson then tweeted over the weekend,
“BREAKING: a national security source confirms to me that “a piece of hardware has been secured” from Germany.”
BREAKING: a national security source confirms to me that “a piece of hardware has been secured” from Germany.
— Emerald Robinson ✝️ (@EmeraldRobinson) November 22, 2020
Now we just need to find out exactly what was on that server.