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Sidney Powell has a extremely unhealthy thought

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On Tuesday, the January 6 Special Committee issued subpoenas for several Trumpland attorneys, including Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell.

“The Special Committee’s investigation has found credible evidence that you publicly made allegations that the 2020 election was stolen and engaged in attempts to disrupt or delay the certification of the election results based on your allegations,” he wrote Committee in a letter to the notorious Kraken Attorney. Which doesn’t speak much for her investigative skills, as Powell spent much of November, December and January on television promoting her theories about vote-flipping by underhand Venezuelans via Dominion and Smartmatic voting machines, and now with billions of dollars in Libel is faced for their worries.

Also, there were all those doomed Kraken lawsuits littering federal and state courtrooms like rotting mollusc carcasses. The Michigan native was so senior that he sanctioned her and her stalwart cronies, including attorney Howard Kleinhendler, for filing such an atrocity on the federal list.

The committee cites similar misjudgements, such as Axios’ reporting that it “urged President Trump to order the seizure of voting machines across the country to find evidence that foreign opponents had hacked those machines and altered the election results.” “.

It goes unmentioned that ABC’s Jonathan Karl reports that Powell believed an internet hoax that CIA director Gina Haspel was wounded in Germany while trying to hide evidence of vote-rigging in the US election, so she called out approached a Pentagon official, urging him to go arrest Haspel and seize the incriminating server. (Presumably the server with the manipulated German voices is hidden in Sheboygan or possibly San Clemente.)

Suffice it to say that Powell has some very bad ideas. And yet even we were surprised to see that she is willing, even eager, to appear before the January 6th Committee.

From the website of Defending the Republic, their nonprofit that paid a fine in Florida for violating donation laws and was recently subpoenaed by a DC grand jury in connection with the events leading up to the Capitol Riot:

Ms. Powell received the Committee’s subpoena dated January 6 and looks forward to providing the Committee with significant evidence in support of the allegations and allegations of voter fraud that she has presented on behalf of the constituents and clients she represents. These claims are supported by expert testimony and affidavits of witnesses that no court has taken the time to hear. Ms. Powell is a practicing attorney and will comply fully with the requirements of law and regulation.

Ms. Powell looks forward to appearing before the committee to answer questions, review the evidence and present a full picture of the fraud and other wrongdoing that took place during the 2020 election, including the myriad allegations of voter fraud that are only now being investigated by become civil servants in Georgia, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania.

-Statement on behalf of Sidney Powell – By Howard Kleinhendler, attorney for Sidney Powell

It’s a twosome! Not only will the committee hear from Powell, but fellow passenger Howard Kleinhendler will also be riding along. It only makes sense after he did such an incredible job suing Major League Baseball for moving the All Star Game out of Atlanta.

Powell seems to think she will use the hearing to show once and for all that her widely debunked electoral claims are COMPLETELY BROKEN. That she’s more likely to prove the election was stolen than to make a slew of inflammatory claims that immediately appear as evidence in Dominion’s and Smartmatic’s defamation lawsuits.

Fortunately, Powell has an excellent track record that dominates her interrogators. She’s really gonna show those congressmen what’s what!

Well, anyway.

Elizabeth Dye lives in Baltimore, where she writes about law and politics.

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