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Pro-Trump attorney Sidney Powell finally came through on her promise to legally challenge the 2020 election Thursday by releasing two highly anticipated lawsuits in Georgia and Michigan alleging widespread fraud. As for what affect the lawsuits will have on the results of the election — which for now show former Vice President Joe Biden defeating President Trump 306-232 in the Electoral College — that remains to be seen.

But at least one Trump campaign legal adviser appears to believe that the claims made in the Georgia lawsuit, if argued successfully before a judge, could overturn the election and grant the president a victory.

In a lengthy Twitter thread Thursday, Harmeet Dhillon, a lawyer and former Republican Party official who is now involved in the Trump campaign’s legal effort, summarized the key claims made in Powell’s suit. She acknowledged that while some of Powell’s major arguments — such as that Dominion Voting Systems software was hacked and that thousands of ballots were pre-printed for Biden — would certainly “be enough to change the election results,” they may be more difficult to prove in court.

Instead, Dhillon suggested that a simpler path to victory for Powell would be to lean into a couple lesser, but still serious, claims of election fraud made in the suit.

“To me, the easiest way to reach the goal [of overturning the election] is something much simpler alleged in the complaint at para. 121,” wrote Dhillon. “That thousands of specific, identifiable voters, cast ballots after they moved out of state as evidenced in their registration in a national database, and may even have cast votes in their new states also which can easily be checked against the other state’s records. This accounts for thousands of votes.”

“The other category Matt Braynard has researched & documented, is thousands of identifiable, specific registrations at fraudulent addresses such as P.O. Boxes, non-residential, etc.,” she continued. “These seem to be specific and of a sufficient volume that their disqualification would affect the outcome of the election. I think this simple tack — much easier to grasp and prove than the more complicated theories — is compelling.”

It should be noted that UPS allows individuals to set up personal mailboxes at local stores where they can receive mail and packages and the United States Postal Service sometimes allows individuals without permanent addresses to have mail sent to local stores via “General Delivery.”

It could be that Powell’s suit is alleging an irregular number of absentee ballots were delivered to such mailboxes, raising suspicion of fraudulent activity.

Dhillon went on to counter the charge that it is too late to challenge the election because votes have already been cast, recounted, and in many cases certified by state election officials.

“[But] how are you supposed to allege that someone cast a ballot from a fraudulent registration address or after moving, before the election?” Dhillon asked. “This is something that can only be checked after the votes are cast and tallied, particularly where last-minute registrations are permitted by increasingly lax voter registration policies pushed by Democrats, followed by no signature verification or other safeguards, as the lawsuit alleges.”

“I think these ‘Braynard’ allegations have legs, and should be pursued aggressively,” she concluded.

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  • ERIC says:

    Awesome! I certainly hope that justice prevails & we can win back our country from the commie, lying, cheating, bastard DemonRats!

    • watchman48 says:

      Hopefully, some very long prison sentences can be presented to many that was involved with this voter fraud scheme from the local precinct to all the way to the national level.

    • Intellectual Impaler says:

      If Sidney was able to prove Gen Flynn innocent, she’ll PROVE the fraud and get millions of votes kicked out.

  • Matt says:

    Then we would have Joe Biden as ‘President Deject’, moaning: “I could have been a contender. I coulda had class. I coulda been a contender. I coulda been somebody, instead of a bum, which is what I am, let’s face it.”

  • Evangeline says:

    Since all these swing states are run by corrupt Dems, she will most likely be told, like Guilliani in Gettysburg, that, and I quote, “The president and his lawyers don’t decide the outcome of an election. The people do.” Sounds so patriotic, like he’s standing up for justice and the law. But in reality, he’s obstructing the law and justice while trying to look like he’s standing up for it! Clever tactic but the Dems use it so often, it sticks out like a sore thumb now. Nancy Pelosi used this same tactic saying that she ‘prays for Trump” while, all the while, she has done everything in her power to obstruct and destroy him.

  • kodster says:

    I had the ‘moving’ issue… I left Kentucky 10 years ago, and up to and including this current election cycle, I was STILL on Kentucky’s voter rolls. I checked. In 2018, I notified the County Clerk in the county I lived in that I was no longer a resident of Kentucky and hadn’t been for 8 years (at that time), so to please have my name removed from the rolls. She stated she had done so. I checked again for THIS election cycle, and nope… name still on it. So I sent her a demand email… either remove my name from the rolls by the end of the week (specific date), or she, her county, and the Commonwealth of Kentucky would be facing a lawsuit. I received an email with the form to officially have my name removed from the Secretary of State’s office within 2 days, and I promptly sent it back in, executed. I checked later that day, and my name had been removed from the rolls. While checking, I verified though, that I had not voted in Kentucky. But they COULD have used my name to vote fraudulently, and I wasn’t going to take any chances of that happening, compromising my voice here in my new state that I’ve lived in for 10 years.

    So, this is what it’s going to take, folks. YOU have to have your names removed from the voter rolls. The state isn’t going to do it. So be persistent, and if necessary, threaten them with a lawsuit until they do so. They’re using you, setting you up for voter fraud charges, otherwise. They don’t care if you go to prison, or if your vote is invalidated. YOU must be the protector of your OWN rights.

    • kodster says:

      One last thing… this should be a part of the probate process for those that die. Their estates should seek to have them removed from the voter rolls, as well. So, if you have a loved one that has died, make sure this is done as part of the settlement of their final affairs.

    • Annabel says:

      Good advice except I can’t see any Democrats being that honest.

  • Robert says:

    The absence of proof is not the proof of absence. Regarding fraud, election laws require the proof of absence as guaranteed by observation of counting by representatives of both parties. Judges and corporate controlled media who reject Trump lawsuits based on absence of proof are being duplicitous in their argument. Dems prevented proof of absence by illegally blocking Republicans from observing counting, then claim absence of proof to reject Trump suits. SCOTUS needs to overturn this. Just like killing your parents then asking for mercy since you’re an orphan.

  • janice alderson says:

    GOD IS IN CONTROL.

  • george eady says:

    THIS IS ONE TIME THAT ALL THE POLICICIANS IN AMERICA ARE BETWEEN A ROCK AND A HARD PLACE . EATHER THEY STAND UP TO THIS SCAM (CON) THAT EVERY ONE CAN SEE PLAYING OUT. OR THEY STAY IN THE BACK GROUND. TO BE IN THE BACK GROUND MEANS YOU HAVE BEEN BOUGHT . IN THIS MORE THAN EVER (WHAT YOU DO OR DONT DO ) WILL BE YOUR FUTURE . DOING NOTHING AND OWNED BY THE RATS AND BY THEM THAT OWN THE RATS WILL BE FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFES . SO STAND UP NOW FOR THE BEST FOR AMERICA OR STAY IN THE BACK GROUND AND SHUT THE HELL UP

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