The second-most prominent lawyer for Trump’s voter fraud case, behind only Rudy Giuliani, has been Sydney Powell. Powell took part in that bizarre press conference last week wherein she played strange word association games that linked Antifa, George Soros, Hugo Chavez, and the Clinton Foundation to alleged voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election. Powell had promised to “release the kraken,” implying she had definitive proof of millions of votes getting switched from Trump to Biden and that she was going to unveil it imminently. The kraken never got released, or it just wasn’t much of a kraken at all because the Trump legal team is still fumbling around trying to find anything that can pass as evidence in a courtroom.
It appears as though the Trump campaign is already trying to distance itself from Powell. Giuliani released a statement over the weekend saying that “Sydney Powell is practicing law on her own. She is not a member of the Trump legal team. She is also not a lawyer for the President in his personal capacity.” The more Powell appeared in public, the more she seemed out of her mind and apparently the Trump legal team caught onto that. In a recent Newsmax interview, Powell said they will be filing a new lawsuit to contest the results in Georgia and that “it will be biblical.” We’ll wait and see if the Trump team replaces Powell with someone even more detached from reality.
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