Election Fraud Investigation Falling Apart After Sidney Powell Does This
Joe Biden has officially been sworn in as the 46th President of the United States of America. It’s official now.
As badly as I wish it weren’t true, we’ve got to face the reality of the matter.
However, that doesn’t mean that we must lie to ourselves and believe that this election was stolen, because it most certainly was. There is not a shadow of a doubt in my mind.
The fact that people claim that it was the most secure election in the history of our country is appalling and a red flag that there really is something wrong with the election.
At the VERY LEAST, there were many irregularities and suspicious activities that should deter anyone from even saying those sorts of things.
One of the biggest states with fraud is, of course, Georgia. This is where we saw a LOT of foul play.
Attorney Sidney Powell has been leading an investigation in the case of the Georgia election and has put a case on the docket of the Supreme Court of the United States to be considered.
Well, folks, I hate to say this next part, but Sidney Powell has asked the Supreme Court that her case challenging the election results in Georgia be dismissed.
The Washington Examiner reported,
With just hours to go before President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration, Trump ally Sidney Powell dropped her remaining challenges to the presidential election results in Georgia.
Powell on Tuesday requested that the Supreme Court dismiss a case that she had appealed up to the high court in December. The court last week denied Powell’s request for it to expedite the case, a decision that came nearly a week after Congress certified Biden’s win in the Electoral College. The Supreme Court also denied expedition for election challenges raised by Georgia lawyer Lin Wood and Pennsylvania Rep. Mike Kelly.
There is no longer any hope that we’ll ever be able to do anything legally about the election fraud save for the unlikely circumstance that one of the insiders has undeniable proof such as video evidence of changing numbers manually or something.