Kraken Released: Sidney Powell Files Mother Of All Lawsuits In Georgia

Attor­ney sid­ney pow­ell sued georgia’s gov­er­nor and cer­tain elect­ed offi­cials, insist­ing the elec­tion was “rigged” to favor joe biden and for­eign pow­ers such as iran and chi­na were active­ly involved.

In addi­tion to high­light­ing the pro-biden activ­i­ties of the two coun­tries that had been pre­vi­ous­ly iden­ti­fied by u.S. Intel­li­gence offi­cials as back­ing biden, she notes that 96,000 votes cast in geor­gia were count­ed illegally.

Also includ­ed in the 104-page suit are alle­ga­tions that coun­ty elec­tion offi­cials forced every­one to evac­u­ate a count­ing sta­tion due to a water leak, lead­ing to unsu­per­vised manip­u­la­tion of votes.

pow­ell GA law­suit by Natal­ie Winters

They are call­ing for 96,000 votes to be tossed!
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Addi­tion­al­ly, incon­tro­vert­ible evi­dence Board of Elec­tions records demon­strates that at least 96,600 absen­tee bal­lots were request­ed and count­ed but were nev­er record­ed as being returned to coun­ty elec­tion boards by the vot­er. Thus, at a min­i­mum, 96,600 votes must be dis­re­gard­ed. (See Attached here­to, Exh. 9, R. Ram­s­land Aff.)

For these rea­sons, Plain­tiff asks this Court to enter a judg­ment in their favor and pro­vide the fol­low­ing emer­gency relief:
1. An order direct­ing Gov­er­nor Kemp, Sec­re­tary Raf­fensperg­er and the Geor­gia State Board of Elec­tions to de-cer­ti­fy the elec­tion results;
2. An order enjoin­ing Gov­er­nor Kemp from trans­mit­ting the cur­rent­ly cer­ti­fied elec­tion results to the Elec­toral College;
3. An order requir­ing Gov­er­nor Kemp to trans­mit cer­ti­fied elec­tion results that state that Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump is the win­ner of the election;

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4. An imme­di­ate order to impound all the vot­ing machines and soft­ware in Geor­gia for expert inspec­tion by the Plaintiffs.
5. An order that no votes received or tab­u­lat­ed by machines that were not cer­ti­fied as required by fed­er­al and state law be counted.
6. A declara­to­ry judg­ment declar­ing that Geor­gia Sec­re­tary of State Rule 183–1‑14–0.9-.15 vio­lates the Elec­tors and Elec­tions Clause, U.S. CONST. art. I, § 4;
7. A declara­to­ry judg­ment declar­ing that Georgia’s failed sys­tem of sig­na­ture ver­i­fi­ca­tion vio­lates the Elec­tors and Elec­tions Clause by work­ing a de fac­to abo­li­tion of the sig­na­ture ver­i­fi­ca­tion requirement;
8. A declara­to­ry judg­ment declar­ing that cur­rent cer­ti­fied elec­tion results vio­lates the Due Process Clause, U.S. CONST. Amend. XIV;
9. A declara­to­ry judg­ment declar­ing that mail-in and absen­tee bal­lot fraud must be reme­died with a Full Man­u­al Recount or sta­tis­ti­cal­ly valid sam­pling that prop­er­ly ver­i­fies the sig­na­tures on absen­tee bal­lot envelopes and that inval­i­dates the cer­ti­fied results if the recount or sam­pling analy­sis shows a suf­fi­cient num­ber of inel­i­gi­ble absen­tee bal­lots were counted;

Pg. 102

10. An emer­gency declara­to­ry judg­ment that vot­ing machines be Seized and Impound­ed imme­di­ate­ly for a foren­sic audit—by plain­tiffs’ expects;
11. A declara­to­ry judg­ment declar­ing absen­tee bal­lot fraud occurred in vio­la­tion of Con­sti­tu­tion­al rights, Elec­tion laws and under state law;
12. A per­ma­nent injunc­tion pro­hibit­ing the Gov­er­nor and Sec­re­tary of State from trans­mit­ting the cur­rent­ly cer­ti­fied results to the Elec­toral Col­lege based on the over­whelm­ing evi­dence of elec­tion tampering;
13. Imme­di­ate pro­duc­tion of 36 hours of secu­ri­ty cam­era record­ing of all rooms used in the vot­ing process at State Farm Are­na in Ful­ton Coun­ty, GA from 12:00am to 3:00am until 6:00pm on Novem­ber 3.
14. Plain­tiffs fur­ther request the Court grant such oth­er relief as is just and prop­er, includ­ing but not lim­it­ed to, the costs of this action and their rea­son­able attor­ney fees and expens­es pur­suant to 42 U.S.C. 1988.

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