Powell’s ‘Kraken’ Lawsuits Dismissed In Two States

by sam

Samuel Case, FISM News


Federal judges in Georgia and Michigan chose to dismiss attorney Sidney Powell’s lawsuits that challenged state election outcomes on the basis of fraud via Dominion voting machines. The dismissals are a hard blow to Powell who was hyping up the suits, saying she was about to “release the Kraken.”

Obama appointee Judge Linda Parker said Powell hadn’t presented enough evidence to support her suit. Parker said Powells claims were “an amalgamation of theories, conjecture, and speculation,”  and that if relief was granted it would “disenfranchise the votes of the more than 5.5 million Michigan citizens who, with dignity, hope, and a promise of a voice, participated in the 2020 General Election.”

Parker’s ruling comes as a Michigan judge on Sunday granted the Trump legal team access to 22 Dominion voting machines in Antrim county MI for a forensic audit.

In Georgia, Bush appointee Judge Timothy Batten Sr. dismissed Powell’s case arguing she should have brought it before a state court. Batten referred to an  appeals court ruling saying, “federal courts don’t entertain post election conduct, excuse me, contests about vote counting misconduct.” Batten, like Judge Parker, also said relief would disenfranchise millions of voters which he “was unwilling to do.”

Today Georgia finished its second recount which is once again showing Biden as the victor. This morning Georgia Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan decried fraud allegations saying the state is not “a third-world country.”