Trump’s attorney Sidney Powell promises “biblical” legal action in the coming days

Trump's campaign attorney Sidney Powell said Saturday that the president's attorneys will file a lawsuit of "biblical" proportions, arguing that some election officials have been involved in a pay-to-play scheme with a major producer of voting software.
“We have tons of evidence; it's so much… it's hard to put it all together, ”Powell told Newsmax . He did not provide or elaborate on the evidence.

"Hopefully this week we will prepare everything for filing, and it will be biblical," Powell said, adding that "it's a huge project to solidify this fraud allegation along with the evidence I want to put in."

Powell said the voting system algorithms gave Democrats an extra 35,000 votes. He added that Democratic candidate Joe Biden's votes were "weighted" at 1.25 times while President Donald Trump's votes were analyzed at 0.75.

The longtime attorney and former federal prosecutor also said there have been modifications to some voting machines.

Powell also said that some governors may have engaged in a pay-to-play scheme to use the Dominion's voting systems, a major focus of Trump's campaign in recent days. "Georgia will probably be the first state I blow up," he said, accusing Governor Brian Kemp of engaging in a pay-to-play scheme.

Kemp's office did not respond to a request for comment, although Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensberger has often stated that there have been no cases of fraud or irregularity in the state.

Dominion, in several statements, has flatly denied allegations of election tampering and voter fraud in recent days, claiming that Trump's team has peddled "Dominion falsehoods" in recent press conferences and interviews.

"Dominion employees do not have access to the award system, nor do they manage it," the Toronto-based company said in a statement. He added that "access to the adjudication system resides with the electoral authority that uses it" and that "the system is controlled via secure and verifiable user accounts, and all adjustments to voter intentions are securely logged in the system. and then recorded in the digital image of the vote. "

Dominion also cited statements made by secretaries of state in Michigan, Arizona, Pennsylvania and Georgia, who also said they found no evidence of election fraud large enough to overturn the elections.

However, Federal Electoral Commission chairman Trey Trainor has repeatedly claimed that there has been election fraud in key states. "The sheer amount of affidavits we see in these cases shows that fraud has actually occurred," he said in an interview with " Just the News AM " on Friday, while hinting at a lack of transparency.

The questions raised by the Trump campaign in recent days are "very important to the legitimacy of the presidency," Trainor noted.

Trump did not concede. We will not declare a winner in the 2020 presidential election until all legal challenges have run their course.

Last week, Powell told Fox Business that he will prove Trump's voter fraud case within the next two weeks or so.

"Now we have evidence of information from the systems going to three or four different foreign countries during the election period, those countries themselves could have watched live voting and changed the numbers," Powell said. "There is significant evidence of foreign interference from the worst Communist countries on Earth with our elections."

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