The battle to expose the massive voter fraud perpetrated by the Democrats wages on.
Sidney Powell said that 7 million votes were likely stolen from President Donald Trump.
In an interview with Howie Carr, Powell discussed her team’s legal battle.
Powell claimed that millions of votes were counted from dead people in favor of Joe Biden.
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She also claimed that her team has a number of smoking guns, and that thy may need witness protection for them all.
Here's the explosive interview.
At this point, it must be quite a task to keep up with all the evidence coming in.
Sidney Powell claims that her team is recieving new evidence of voter fraud every day.
Powell spoke with The Washington Examiner about the continuous stream of evidence being sent to her team:
Powell said she has no knowledge of whether federal investigators have prosecuted any people for election crimes but said that she wouldn’t be surprised because of the evidence she has seen of criminal actions taken to defraud voters of a fair election.
“I can’t imagine people haven’t been apprehended and arrested and indicted already for some of these clearly easily provable outrageous crimes to set an example for others to know they can’t go around doing this.”
Powell said she had videos and “all kinds of” evidence being sent to her team, which she said was having trouble keeping up with allegations of rampant electoral fraud in several key battleground states.
“The information is coming in at a faster rate than our little team can even process it," Powell said. "Americans are fed up with the corruption, they are starting to report it and come forward and give evidence.”
Powell also touched on a Thursday appearance with Fox News host Tucker Carlson that turned snippy as Carlson pushed for Powell to show evidence of her claims on air.
"I had been corresponding with him, I sent him one of the affidavits, one of the most important affidavits in response to his request, and then I got some very nasty, rude, condescending, and arrogant, and demeaning messages from him that I simply did not appreciate or have time to deal with," Powell said. "So, I offered him another witness that I thought would be able to explain and answer his questions, and he still continued to insult me, and I just told him not to contact me further, and right now, I can assure you, when I have something else to say, it will not be on [the] Tucker Carlson show."