President Joe Biden was inaugurated over a month ago. The Supreme Court of the United States declined this week to hear a handful of cases aimed at overturning the election or casting doubt on the process and validity. However, none of this has swayed attorney Sidney Powell, who still claims to believe that some of the cases remaining open have a chance of changing things.
Attempting to promote a new SuperPAC (and instead giving first the wrong link, then a link to a blank website), Powell posted on Telegram Tuesday night. “There are still important live cases. Irrefutable proof is coming soon,” she declared, adding the “disappointing” decision of the Supreme Court to reject several cases on election integrity is not the end, and “we will not let this fraud stand.”
An Ohio State University project to track election lawsuits lists remaining pending cases here.
Not all of these are right-wing attempts to change the outcome of the 2020 Presidential Election in favor of Donald Trump, either. One, Michigan Welfare Rights Organization V. Trump, is an attempt to hold the former president accountable for election interference, asking the court whether his pressure on Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger violates the violated the federal Voting Rights Act and the Ku Klux Klan act.
In three more cases, two in Wisconsin and one in Arizona, complainants argue that election laws were illegally circumvented, and (in the Arizona case) that illegal ballots were manufactured and counted and that Dominion Voting Systems’ hardware was used to commit fraud.
None of these cases would change the outcome of the 2020 Presidential Election.
Sidney Powell is already being sued by Dominion Voting Systems for defamation due to her continued claims of fraud, presented consistenly without evidence.
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