by Sharon Rondeau
(Dec. 11, 2020) — A website established by Attorney Sidney Powell, who has said since shortly after the November 3 presidential election that she and her team possess irrefutable evidence of vote-tampering swaying the outcome from President Trump to Democratic challenger Joe Biden, is nonfunctional at this time, at least for this writer, other than for the home page.
Powell referenced the website, “Defending the Republic,” in an interview with Lou Dobbs Thursday evening as containing some of the evidence she says she has and will present publicly in the coming days. She also claimed that Twitter, Facebook and other social-media entities are attempting to silence her new endeavors, including a joint website launched with Attorney Lin Wood, who also maintains Trump won the election and that evidence in hand proves it.
As of this writing, Powell’s interview with Dobbs is available on Twitter through a link from the kraken-wood.com website apparently named after her November 13 pledge, made to Dobbs and the nation, to “release the kraken” against the perpetrators of the scheme to deny Donald Trump a second term.
Shortly after 3:00 p.m. on Friday afternoon, this writer landed on the “Defending” home page without incident but found that each navigational page thereafter yielded a “404” error as if published at one time but purposely removed.
Approximately two weeks ago, The Post & Email was informed by an individual who attempted to make a donation through the website that it was stymied for an unknown reason. Upon contacting the processor of the funds, the wood-be supporter was informed that, in fact, the donation was not made.
In her interview with Dobbs Thursday night, Powell said she has accumulated documentation of communications among four individuals demonstrating their plan to sabotage Donald Trump’s victory by “flipping” the necessary votes to Biden electronically, as Powell contends was done in elections for the late Hugo Chavez and his successor, Nicholas Maduro, in Venezuela by Dominion Voting Systems and Smartmatic equipment and software.
When Dobbs offered to make additional time available to Powell to present some of the evidence, she assured him she would provide him with “more information that’s just stunning tonight.”
As of Friday afternoon, YouTube indicates that the video of the interview was “removed by the uploader.” On Tuesday, YouTube announced that beginning Wednesday, it would remove all content questioning the outcome of the 2020 election given that one candidate, who it declined to name, had garnered enough electoral votes to become the president-elect. That, however, does not occur until Monday, December 14, when the presidential electors are expected to meet in their respective capitals, as outlined in Article II of the U.S. Constitution, to cast their votes for president.
Meanwhile, a Texas Bill of Complaint filed late Monday against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the states of Wisconsin, Michigan and Georgia for conducting irregular elections and allegedly disenfranchising Texas voters is awaiting a decision from the U.S. Supreme Court as to whether or not it will take the case. The suit has been seconded by at least 17 other states which have submitted amicus curiae briefs and opposed by 15 others with a “motion to Dismiss.
The mainstream media immediately moved to discredit the lawsuit.
The president on Wednesday filed a Motion to Intervene with the court.
As of Friday, 106 Republican members of Congress filed a brief in support of Texas, along with members of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, with other states filing motions to dismiss.
In some internet circles, Powell has been floated as a candidate for Attorney General should Trump ultimately prevail in the election over Biden and serve a second term. For his part, Trump appears confident that he won the election by large margins prior to multiple types of fraud having been unleashed against his lead, particularly in the “swing” states of Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Arizona and Georgia.
A registered voter in Georgia, Wood filed his own lawsuit against the Georgia secretary of state, Brad Raffensberger, for failing to adhere to lawful ballot procedures which Wood tweeted Friday afternoon was placed on the docket at the U.S. Supreme Court.
According to Powell, the Dominion/Smartmatic duo have been altering congressional elections and perhaps others in the U.S. for “ten years” (14:40).