Sidney Powell’s ‘Kraken’ Voter Fraud Suit Tossed in Arizona
A federal judge in Arizona became the latest to eviscerate an election-fraud lawsuit brought by former Trump campaign lawyer Sidney Powell, rejecting her claim that voting machines had been infiltrated by foreign agents in cahoots with thousands of Democratic election workers.
U.S. District Judge Diane Humetewa in Phoenix on Wednesday granted a dismissal request by Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, who argued Powell hadn’t provided any evidence that Dominion Voting Systems Inc. machines had been hacked by Iran and China. Humetewa agreed saying Powell’s vague claims about possible software flaws and the alleged involvement of the late Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez didn’t cut it.
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Trump’s Battle to Undermine the Vote in Pennsylvania
Since November 3rd, Malcolm Kenyatta, a Democratic state representative from Philadelphia, has received a stream of threatening text messages and e-mails from voters. “You must not certify the fraudulent results of this election until all LEGAL ballots are counted,” Steven P. wrote to Kenyatta. “If you do, I will work tirelessly to make sure you are not reelected.” Kenyatta has also received death threats; the most disturbing, sent from an e-mail account registered in his own name, was laden with expletives and included the words,
“How much death? So much death!” Kenyatta, who is thirty, with a baby face, believes that the threats are a by-product of a near-constant campaign waged by Donald Trump and his Republican colleagues to undermine the results of a free and fair election. “There is a contingent of Republicans who are afraid of Trump,” he told me. “Others really believe him.”
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