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Roger Stone, Sidney Powell Cite ‘Overwhelming’ Evidence of Fraud, Insist Fight ‘Is Far from Over’

Nov. 17, 2020 (EIRNS)—In separate interviews last night, Trump associate Roger Stone and Sidney Powell, the lead attorney on President Donald Trump’s legal team investigating vote fraud, indicated that the fight is by no means over—regardless of what the liberal media say. There is evidence that can “blow up the whole election,” Powell told conservative talk show host Mark Levin; that’s why the media don’t want to cover her findings. She reported she is being inundated with a “tsunami” of information from patriotic Americans who are fed up with the shenanigans from such agencies as the FBI and CIA. On Fox News’ Lou Dobbs show, also last night, she explained she has damning information on the Smartmatic and Dominion systems provided by a high-ranking military officer who was present when Smartmatic was created. In the affidavit he provided, he explained that these systems were “designed in a way that the system could change the vote of each voter without being detected.” Smartmatic has been made available to countries all over the world.

In his interview last night on Newsmax TV, Roger Stone, emphasized there is “overwhelming evidence of fraud,” and expressed the hope that the Republicans would mount the “strongest case,” even taking it to the Supreme Court. He said he was worried about the Georgia recount effort, warning against a rush to certify the election, which must be done by Nov. 20. The recount effort is problematic, he added, because it just involves “recounting the same fraudulent ballots.” All of these legal cases must be pursued, Stone warned, because they will affect all future elections. It will require “creative litigation,” he said, but Sidney Powell is good at that. And, he underscored, despite the “psyops” carried out to “make Biden appear presidential,” the situation “is far from over.” Trump has to fight it out, Stone insisted. “We owe it to President Trump to fight it out”—pursue it until all means are exhausted—work at all levels, state legislatures, the Electoral College, etc.

Given the explosive nature of the evidence uncovered, Powell also mentioned that several people are trying to get her to stop, “including people close to the President.” In asking why the media aren’t covering her evidence, Levin cited a 52-page letter from December of 2019, written to several technology vendors by Senators Ron Wyden (D-WI), Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), Amy Klobuchar (D-MI), and Rep. Mark Pocan (D-WI), demanding answers to their questions about the software used in voting machines and the fraud potential. Yet now, these same individuals are silent.

In a Nov. 13 interview with AM talk radio WBAP-820, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton told anchor Rick Roberts that Texas rejected the use of Dominion Voting Systems. He said, “Texas looked at Dominion for the voting systems. It goes through both the Texas Secretary of State and also the Texas Attorney General’s office. We have had these things tested and they have failed every time. We have not approved these voting systems based on both repeated hardware and software issues, and it was determined that they were not accurate, and that they failed—they had vulnerability to fraud and unauthorized manipulation.”

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