Saturday, November 21, 2020

Sidney Powell: Will Prove Case 'Within Next Two Weeks' in Court; Servers were 'confiscated' from electronic voting company 'in Germany,' and 'it was our forces that got' them, and related stories

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Sidney Powell: Will Prove Case 'Within Next Two Weeks' in Court:
Trump campaign attorney Sidney Powell Friday claimed her team will be able to prove, in court, all of their claims concerning the election "within the next two weeks," as "we have more than enough evidence now."
"We have more evidence now than the present population is imprisoned on," Powell told Fox Business' Maria Bartiromo, while laughing off a statement from Dominion Voting Systems denying the attorneys' claim that the company's software was used to pull votes away from President Donald Trump and give them to Democrat challenger Joe Biden, and that the company had ties to Venezuela.
"All I can tell you is that well, the company might have somehow severed or tried to sever the relationships recently, I don’t know how they are parsing their words, but I can tell you that the company was started with Venezuelan money in Venezuela for the express purpose of rigging elections for Hugo Chavez," Powell said.
She also claimed that there were people who were "in the control room" and how they "watched how the votes" were flipped in real time. --->READ MORE HERE
Powell: Servers were 'confiscated' from electronic voting company 'in Germany,' and 'it was our forces that got' them:
Trump attorney Sidney Powell told radio host Glenn Beck Friday that she has heard that “our forces” confiscated the server of an electronic voting system company in Germany with alleged ties to the president’s voter fraud accusations.
“The servers at Scytl in Germany were confiscated the other day,” Powell told Beck during a 15-minute conversation related to voter fraud claims made by President Trump. “I’m hearing it was our forces that got those servers, so I think the government is now working on an investigation of what really happened.”
Powell added: "But we’re getting in evidence also that there were lines into the servers from four foreign countries all extremely adverse to the interests of the United States."
“But wouldn’t they have counted those here first and then just uploaded them to the cloud on those servers maybe perhaps in Germany?” Beck asked.
“Right, there were multiple ways of doing the alterations of the votes," Powell said. "The person sitting at the data center where the votes are coming in can do it, can watch in real time and change things. They can put an algorithm on the system across the board that does the initial shifting and then in each data collection point, which is best we can tell, for the major alterations for the Democratic-controlled, politically corrupt strongholds in the country. Cities like Detroit and Philadelphia and Atlanta. By the spikes in the data, the statistical experts … can tell you exactly when the anomalies occurred that are statistically impossible.”
Trump allies have been spreading the claim in recent days about a military raid that seized servers in Germany, which both the U.S. Army and Scytl have denied. Scytl, an electronic voting company, issued a statement Monday saying the U.S. military has not seized anything from the company and that it doesn't have offices in Germany. --->READ MORE HERE
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