Sidney Powell just won’t quit.
The Kraken is continuing the fight for the truth, and transparency for the complete disaster that was the 2020 election.
I wish that it was her leading the charge last year, and NOT Giuliani, but we can’t always get what we want.
According to her Telegram post the new super pacshould be online February 24th, and you can consider donating if you would like.
Check it out:
The Epoch Times reported:
Attorney Sidney Powell, who filed third-party election lawsuits on behalf of former President Donald Trump, has launched a Super PAC dedicated to a range of aims, including freedom of speech, Constitutional rights, and “the sacred right of free and fair elections.”
In a statement on Saturday, Powell announced the launch of the Restore the Republic Super PAC, which is an independent expenditure-only political action committee that may receive unlimited contributions and may engage in unlimited political spending on initiatives, provided it does not coordinate directly with campaigns or candidates.
A Jan. 22 filing with the Federal Elections Commission shows Powell as the entity’s Custodian of Records, while former Trump campaign attorney Jesse Binnall serves as the Super PAC’s Treasurer.
Powell said what prompted the move is that Americans are “starved for truth, restoration of the Rule of Law, and even-handed accountability,” and are fed up with government corruption and an “elitist political class that views them with condescension and contempt.”
National File had more:
Top lawyer Sidney Powell says she and her allies “are NOT done” litigating the 2020 election, which she and many others say was stolen from President Donald Trump via a series of obvious and complex types of voter fraud, and insists that “irrefutable proof is coming soon.”
After the United States Supreme Court decided not to hear cases filed by the Trump campaign, saying that there was no standing to hear them before the 2020 election and that they were moot afterwords, Powell released a statement on her Telegram channel promising that the fight for election integrity would continue.