At last, the kraken will be released!
Acclaimed attorney Lin Wood tweeted this earlier today to shed light on the pending lawsuit in the Peach State.
Wood has worked closely with fellow patriot Sidney Powell in recent weeks and they’re confident the fraudsters are squarely in their crosshairs.
Sidney Powell voting fraud lawsuit will drop in Georgia tomorrow. Skip the rumors. Just read the complaint and exhibits; judge for yourself. The wait has been hard for some who yell "Where's the proof!" I've been patient. Why show your playbook to the opposing team? #GameOn pic.twitter.com/ieX6jekq9E
— Jim Rickards (@JamesGRickards) November 24, 2020
Wood has also been highly critical of Georgia’s Republican Governor Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.
CNN reported on the vitriol Raffensperger has faced inside the Republican Party:
In stating the simple truth that Biden won Georgia, even if the margin was by a slim 12,000 votes, Raffensperger has opened himself up to the wrath of his own party, turning this self-proclaimed “conservative, Christian Republican,” into a pariah inside the Georgia GOP.Both the state’s Republican US senators have called for Raffensperger’s resignation. The Republican governor publicly pressured him to investigate groundless charges of a fraudulent election. South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham called Raffensperger directly to discuss how absentee ballots might be thrown out (though Graham has said he was merely asking about signature verification). Raffensperger’s wife has even received death threats over text message.The worst of the pressure has come from the President.“Georgia Secretary of State, a so-called Republican (RINO), won’t let the people checking the ballots see the signatures for fraud. Why?” Trump tweeted on November 13. “Without this the whole process is very unfair and close to meaningless. Everyone knows that we won the state.”Even with the presidential race certified, the pressure is not off the GOP secretary of state. The January 5 runoff elections for both of the state’s US Senate seats will determine which party controls the Senate, meaning all eyes in the world of politics will remain on Georgia until then.Though Raffensperger’s refusal to humor Trump’s dubious demands has won him plaudits from many around the country, it’s had the opposite effect among Republicans in Georgia, some of whom say the soft-spoken, 65-year-old who once harbored ambitions to run for governor has written his own political obituary.