Sidney Powell: Due time for due process

Tuesday, November 17, 2020
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Chris Woodward, Chad Groening (OneNewsNow.com)

Joe Biden & Donald TrumpAn election observer says this is the time to exercise social patience while an attorney representing President Trump in his challenge of the election results says she has so much evidence of massive voter fraud coming in that she can't process it all.

Sidney Powell was recently challenged by Fox Business Network's Maria Bartiromo when she said that she had enough evidence of fraud to launch a massive criminal investigation. Based off that evidence, she says software produced by Smartmatic and Dominion Voting Systems was specifically designed to benefit Democratic nominee Joe Biden.

Graham: Whoever wins or loses, America needs prayer

Our nation is divided and we need to pray for God's help, says evangelist Franklin Graham.

"I don't know of a time we've been more divided than we are right now, and we might have to go back to the Civil War to see it so divided," Graham, in a Nov. 16 interview, told American Family Radio. "So many people are skeptical about the election. They don't believe Joe Biden won. They believe there was fraud involved."

If the President and his legal team have evidence, they need to present it to the courts quickly, Graham said, or else “move on” as a nation with the transition to a Joe Biden administration.

If that does not happen, Graham warned, then our country is going to be in the middle of this crisis for a long time to come. 

"We're fixing to overturn the results of the election in multiple states," she asserts. "President Trump won by not just hundreds of thousands of votes, but by millions that were shifted by this software that was designed expressly for that purpose. We have sworn witness testimony of why the software was designed. It was designed to rig elections. We have so much evidence I feel like it's coming in through a fire hose."

Powell

Votes for Trump, she says, were just wiped away.

"It's like drag and drop Trump votes to a separate folder, and then delete that folder," she explains. "It's absolutely brazen how people bought this system."

Powell also insists that their case can be proven before the Supreme Court before election results must be certified.

"First of all, I never say anything I can't prove," the attorney states. "Secondly, the evidence is coming in so fast I can't even process it all. Hundreds of thousands have stepped forward with their experiences of voter fraud. This is a massive election fraud."

That is why Kevin Freeman of the Every Legal Vote initiative is encouraging the country to practice social patience. He recently told the "Sandy Rios in the Morning" radio program that more than 70 million Americans "believed in Donald Trump and wanted him re-elected."

"So this idea that we're going to make lists of Trump supporters and go after them, the idea of trying to disrupt rallies, the idea that the election is over when the electors have not voted, the idea that the election is over when the recounts haven't happened -- we need to exercise social patience so the process can work out," he continued.

He pointed out that there is a process in the courts and the in the state legislatures.

Freeman

"The Constitution prescribes how all of this should take place," said Freeman, who also hosts "Economic War Room," a digital media and weekly broadcast financial news program. "It hasn't taken place…yet."

The Every Legal Vote initiative believes the media, certain election officials, and other people in positions of power and control within the United States and other countries are not being open or transparent.

"They are attempting to install Joe Biden as president without due process of law and order," he observes.

It is for this reason that Every Legal Vote initiative insists on "the U.S. Constitution and federal and state law being followed before any candidate earns any of the Electoral College votes that will be awarded once this process finishes."

Reacting to vote fraud allegations from President Trump's legal team, Janet Porter of Faith2Action agrees with others who suspect Dominion machines were designed for cheating.

"What we're looking at is a machine with a history of flipping votes," she says, suggesting that machines in Michigan, for example, added more than 138,000 votes to Joe Biden and none for President Trump.

"It's absolutely statistically impossible," she warns. 

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