Attorney Sidney Powell appearing on Lou Dobbs Tonight, released a few more bombshells about Georgia’s election integrity and her lawsuits there. A federal judge flip-flopped about holding Dominion servers back from being wiped clean under the guise of getting ready for the run-offs more than a month a way. Powell and colleague Lin Wood, were able to pressure the judge to stop the updates, which were already under way.
Powell had an update on the servers, which were under court order to be maintained for inspection;
… And guess what happened yesterday while we were in the process of trying to get the State to respond for our request for the restraining order. Someone went down to the Fulton Center where the votes and Dominion machines were claimed it was a software glitch and they had to replace the software and it seems they removed the server!
Lou Dobbs responded:
Unbelievable. Do we know where the server is?
No we don’t right now.
When Dobbs asked what is going on with Governor Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, Powell responded:
I think there’s a lot going on Lou, I think there’s a lot of corruption there underneath the surface, we’ve gotten tips from different people that we haven’t been able to verify completely yet, but it seems there were significant ‘benefits’ for both Governor Kemp and perhaps Mr. Raffensperger also and maybe others on their team for deciding at the last minute to rush in a contract for Dominion for $107 million dollars for the state.
Ironically the State lawyers claimed yesterday that the State had no control over the county’s handling of the voting machines, never mind the State itself purchased the machines and forced them to use them, and the Secretary of State is responsible for all fraud investigations of voting and everything else with respect to voting.
It was one of the most disingenuous arguments I’ve heard any government council make, but that’s what they all seem to do these days.
A Fulton County elections official confirmed to 11 Alive that the new Dominion mobile server which had recently been purchased by the county had crashed on Sunday. A witness said that the server had been removed from the area.
Things are not peachy in Georgia.