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Tucker Carlson (left) on Friday again challenged Trump campaign attorney Sidney Powell (right) to produce evidence proving her allegation that millions of votes cast in favor of the president were switched.Tucker Carlson (left) on Friday again challenged Trump campaign attorney Sidney Powell (right) to produce evidence proving her allegation that millions of votes cast in favor of the president were switched.

Tucker Carslon challenges Trump lawyer again on voter fraud evidence | Daily Mail Online

As effort to overturn election flounders, top lawyer has drawn ridicule for propagating outlandish conspiracy theoriesAs effort to overturn election flounders, top lawyer has drawn ridicule for propagating outlandish conspiracy theories

Trump lawyer Sidney Powell fires back at ‘rude’ Tucker Carlson as even he says she lacks evidence for voter fraud | The Independent

"She never demonstrated that a single actual vote was moved illegitimately by software from one candidate to another," Tucker Carlson said on Thursday. "Not one.""She never demonstrated that a single actual vote was moved illegitimately by software from one candidate to another," Tucker Carlson said on Thursday. "Not one."

Tucker Carlson criticizes Sidney Powell for lack of evidence in election fraud claims - The Washington Post

Are Dominion Voting Systems, Avid Technology linked? Or Dominion and Sen. Dianne Feinstein or Rep. Nancy Pelosi? Some claims are true, others false.Are Dominion Voting Systems, Avid Technology linked? Or Dominion and Sen. Dianne Feinstein or Rep. Nancy Pelosi? Some claims are true, others false.

Fact check: Alleged Dominion-Democrats links are wrong or misleading

President Donald Trump's flailing attempt to cling to office after voters decisively chose to oust him has taken the country into a dark and fictional place.President Donald Trump's flailing attempt to cling to office after voters decisively chose to oust him has taken the country into a dark and fictional place.

Trump's Flailing Effort Resting on Mendacity

On Thursday, Rudy Giuliani and a number of the president's other lawyers held a press conference on the topic of voter fraud. If you didn't actually see it, you've probably heard about it by now.On Thursday, Rudy Giuliani and a number of the president's other lawyers held a press conference on the topic of voter fraud. If you didn't actually see it, you've probably heard about it by now.

Sidney Powell - Wikipedia

Rudy Giuliani’s completely deranged press conference on Thursday, where he attempted to explain some of the claims surrounding voter fraud saw one baseless claim made after another.  Rudy Giuliani’s completely deranged press conference on Thursday, where he attempted to explain some of the claims surrounding voter fraud saw one baseless claim made after another.  

Trump’s lawyers are claiming a man who died in 2013 helped fix the election for Biden | Indy100

MINOT, N.D. — It's hard to lose. It's hard to be lectured about losing gracefully by people who did anything but in 2016, when it was clear that Donald Trump had won the election and the Democrats were already plotting ways to derail his administration, up to and including impeachment. Many of them the same people who were touting MINOT, N.D. — It's hard to lose. It's hard to be lectured about losing gracefully by people who did anything but in 2016, when it was clear that Donald Trump had won the election and the Democrats were already plotting ways to derail his administration, up to and including impeachment. Many of them the same people who were touting

Port: Give it up, Republicans. Trump lost | Grand Forks Herald

“Despite the Left’s attempts to undermine this Election, I will never stop fighting for you,” President Donald Trump assured me in a fundraising email.

GOLDBERG: To the end, Trump's presidency is all about him | Toronto Sun

GOLDBERG: To the end, Trump's presidency is all about him | Toronto Sun

Sidney Powell, one of the main attorneys for the campaign of President Donald Trump, said she has stone cold evidence of vote manipulation in the 2020 presidential election. The attorney appeared on “Examining Politics,” a podcast by The Washington Examiner, with host Larry O’Connor and said it would be “criminal” of her not to come […]

Sidney Powell Lays Out Some Evidence She Claims To Have – USA Herald

A former prosecutor, Sidney Powell has emerged as perhaps the most conspiratorial member of President Trump’s legal team.A former prosecutor, Sidney Powell has emerged as perhaps the most conspiratorial member of President Trump’s legal team.

Who Is Sidney Powell? Meet Trump’s New Top Conspiracy Theorist.

Republican Sen. Joni Ernst of Iowa is condemning the Trump campaign's Thursday press conference during which the president's lawyers again issued yet-to-be-proven claims of widespread voter fraud amid attempts to overturn the results of the 2020 election. During that conference, Rudy Giuliani [...]Republican Sen. Joni Ernst of Iowa is condemning the Trump campaign's Thursday press conference [...]

GOP Senator Joni Ernst Breaks With Trump, Tears Into 'Offensive' Giuliani Press Conference

"One explanation? He needs a pardon and he's trying to earn it," a CNN analyst says"One explanation? He needs a pardon and he's trying to earn it," a CNN analyst says

Rudy Giuliani's quixotic frenzy has observers wondering if he may need Trump's protection | Salon.com

It would almost be possible to laugh at this debacle if the stakes weren't so serious.It would almost be possible to laugh at this debacle if the stakes weren't so serious.

Trump Is Staging a Comically Incompetent Coup | Washington Monthly

President Trump’s throw-it-all-at-the-wall strategy has apparently morphed into a brazen attempt to use his power as president to overturn Joe Biden’s victory.President Trump’s throw-it-all-at-the-wall strategy has apparently morphed into a brazen attempt to use his power as president to overturn Joe Biden’s victory.

Trump’s election legal strategy is all but doomed, but still could damage American democracy, experts say - The Boston Globe

Sen. Joni Ernst called Trump campaign attorney Sidney Powell's comment that candidates "paid to have the system rigged" in their elections "offensive" and "absolutely outrageous." In an interview with FOX News Radio's Guy Benson on Thursday, Ernst said claims of voter fraud are discouraging to voters and may hurt Republican turnout in the Georgia runoff races because Trump voters doubt the system. "That is an offensive comment for those of us that do stand up and represent our state in a dignified manner," Ernst said. "We believe in honesty... to insinuate that Republican and Democratic candidates paid to throw off this election I think is absolutely outrageous. And I do take offense to that. You know, I have fought for my country. I've worn our nation's uniform to protect the values and freedoms that our nation espouses and to have that accusation just offhandedly thrown out there just to confuse our voters across the United States, I think that is absolutely wrong." Sidney Powell at the Trump press conference: "In terms of the level of corruption we are looking at here, we have no idea how many Republican or Democratic candidates in any state across the country paid to have the system rigged to work for them. These people didn't do this just to take control. They make one heck of a lot of money off of it." "In the case of Georgia, what we do not want to do is discourage Georgians from going out to their -- their polling places or even if they are absentee voting -- you know, mailing in a ballot. We do not want to discourage them," she said. From the interview: GUY BENSON, HOST: Got to go two for two on some additional races that we'll get to in just a second. But first, I want to ask you about something. I don't know if you had a chance to watch the press conference earlier today from the president's campaign, their lawyers, about the election, and they're alleging massive fraud across the entire country with some truly, in my view, insane conspiracy theories. We heard from Sidney Powell, one of those lawyers, quote "Trump won this election in a landslide." Rudy Giuliani said that Trump won Michigan by hundreds of thousands of votes -- or Pennsylvania, rather. He won Michigan by 50,000 votes. I mean, Senator, when you hear the president's campaign attorney say that the president has one this election in a landslide, what do you say? SEN. JONI ERNST (R-IOWA): Well, I would say that there -- there does have to be proof. And they are working their way through the court system, which absolutely is a means of recourse for the president and his team. They have to be able to show that proof. And so -- BENSON: Have you seen that -- have you seen that proof? ERNST: I -- I haven't seen proof yet. There are a lot of allegations out there, and that's exactly why we have the court system, is for them to present that information to a court of law. So, I have not seen it personally. I'm sure they'll be able to present it to a judge, and that's important that they do so. So, while they are working through that process, I continue to focus on keeping the Senate red. That, right now, is absolutely imperative for me. BENSON: Totally. And we're going to talk about Georgia in just a second. But one more question. That same attorney representing the Trump campaign, Sidney Powell, suggested somewhat darkly during the press conference today that Republican and Democratic politicians across the country, any number of them, could be complicit in this vast conspiracy to have machines connected to Venezuela and all these other conspiracies, change the votes, and tip the votes -- and even suggested that candidates on both sides of the aisle may have paid in order to win their elections as opposed to winning them legitimately. Here's what she said in cut 29. (BEGIN AUDIO CLIP) SIDNEY POWELL, TRUMP CAMPAIGN ATTORNEY: We have no idea how many Republican or Democratic candidates in any state across the country paid to have the system rigged to work for them. (END AUDIO CLIP) BENSON: Senator, I mean, did you or any of your Republican colleagues in the Senate pay to have their elections rigged? ERNST: No. And that -- that is an offensive comment for those of us that do stand up and represent our states in a dignified manner. We believe in honesty, we believe in the integrity of our election system, which is why I -- I do believe that, if there is fraud out there, it should be brought to the court's attention. BENSON: Sure. ERNST: And the proof should be brought forward. We -- I think all of us agree on that. But to insinuate that Republican and Democratic candidates paid to throw off this election, I think is absolutely outrageous, and I do take offense to that. You know, I have fought for my country. I've worn our nation's uniform to protect the values and freedoms that our nation espouses. And to have that accusation just offhandedly thrown out there just to confuse our voters across the United States, I think that is absolutely wrong. BENSON: Yes. No, I agree. And whether you're just -- sitting the Democrats off to the side for a second, Republicans have had some huge successes in Senate races, in House races, down-ballot in the state legislatures. And to, in this attempt to gin up anger and paranoia about our elections in order to, sort of, move forward with this fable that President Trump won in a landslide, which he didn't -- he didn't win. To call into question any down-ballot victories for the president's own party and for the legitimate victories of his own party, it's something that bothers me and it sounds like it bothers you -- ERNST: Right. BENSON: And one of the reasons that it bothers me, Senator, is it might instill in some voters in -- oh, I don't know -- the state of Georgia, a sense of foreboding and helplessness, and why even bother if they've got these magic foreign machines changing votes and the Democrats are stealing these elections. But they didn't bother to steal yours. They didn't bother to steal Thom Tillis'. And they didn't bother to steal some of these other close races in the House and elsewhere, which makes no sense to me. There are people who might internalize that because they believe what -- ERNST: Right. BENSON: -- the Trump campaign tells them. And they might say, well, why even bother if the Republicans aren't going to fight for this in Georgia, I'm not going to show up for them. And if my vote is going to get thrown out by these -- these nasty people rigging the machines, why even bother. That sounds to me like one of the only ways, in my mind, that Democrats have a chance of electing Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock as opposed to your colleagues, David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler, which I think is task number one for every center-right person in this country right now. To make sure that Democrats don't take full control of the government. ERNST: Absolutely. And Guy, I can speak as a former county commissioner of election in Iowa, and I -- you know, I know that there are so many good people that are running these elections. Can there be bad apples? Yes, there can be. But in the case of Georgia, what we do not want to do is discourage Georgians from going out to their -- their polling places or even if they are absentee voting -- you know, mailing in a ballot. We do not want to discourage them. The elections process is just an integral part of who we are as Americans. And they need to understand what is hanging in the balance, should we lose the White House after all of the challenges are done. We don't hold the House majority. We cannot lose the Senate. This is the last line of defense. Sen. Joni Ernst called Trump campaign attorney Sidney Powell's comment that candidates "paid to have the system rigged" in their elections "offensive" and "absolutely outrageous." In an interview with FOX News Radio's Guy Benson on Thursday, Ernst said claims of voter fraud are discouraging to voters and may hurt Republican turnout in the Georgia runoff races because Trump voters doubt the system. "That is an offensive comment for those of us that do stand up and represent our state in a dignified manner," Ernst said. "We believe in honesty... to insinuate that Republican and Democratic candidates paid to throw off this election I think is absolutely outrageous. And I do take offense to that. You know, I have fought for my country. I've worn our nation's uniform to protect the values and freedoms that our nation espouses and to have that accusation just offhandedly thrown out there just to confuse our voters across the United States, I think that is absolutely wrong." Sidney Powell at the Trump press conference: "In terms of the level of corruption we are looking at here, we have no idea how many Republican or Democratic candidates in any state across the country paid to have the system rigged to work for them. These people didn't do this just to take control. They make one heck of a lot of money off of it." "In the case of Georgia, what we do not want to do is discourage Georgians from going out to their -- their polling places or even if they are absentee voting -- you know, mailing in a ballot. We do not want to discourage them," she said. From the interview: GUY BENSON, HOST: Got to go two for two on some additional races that we'll get to in just a second. But first, I want to ask you about something. I don't know if you had a chance to watch the press conference earlier today from the president's campaign, their lawyers, about the election, and they're alleging massive fraud across the entire country with some truly, in my view, insane conspiracy theories. We heard from Sidney Powell, one of those lawyers, quote "Trump won this election in a landslide." Rudy Giuliani said that Trump won Michigan by hundreds of thousands of votes -- or Pennsylvania, rather. He won Michigan by 50,000 votes. I mean, Senator, when you hear the president's campaign attorney say that the president has one this election in a landslide, what do you say? SEN. JONI ERNST (R-IOWA): Well, I would say that there -- there does have to be proof. And they are working their way through the court system, which absolutely is a means of recourse for the president and his team. They have to be able to show that proof. And so -- BENSON: Have you seen that -- have you seen that proof? ERNST: I -- I haven't seen proof yet. There are a lot of allegations out there, and that's exactly why we have the court system, is for them to present that information to a court of law. So, I have not seen it personally. I'm sure they'll be able to present it to a judge, and that's important that they do so. So, while they are working through that process, I continue to focus on keeping the Senate red. That, right now, is absolutely imperative for me. BENSON: Totally. And we're going to talk about Georgia in just a second. But one more question. That same attorney representing the Trump campaign, Sidney Powell, suggested somewhat darkly during the press conference today that Republican and Democratic politicians across the country, any number of them, could be complicit in this vast conspiracy to have machines connected to Venezuela and all these other conspiracies, change the votes, and tip the votes -- and even suggested that candidates on both sides of the aisle may have paid in order to win their elections as opposed to winning them legitimately. Here's what she said in cut 29. (BEGIN AUDIO CLIP) SIDNEY POWELL, TRUMP CAMPAIGN ATTORNEY: We have no idea how many Republican or Democratic candidates in any state across the country paid to have the system rigged to work for them. (END AUDIO CLIP) BENSON: Senator, I mean, did you or any of your Republican colleagues in the Senate pay to have their elections rigged? ERNST: No. And that -- that is an offensive comment for those of us that do stand up and represent our states in a dignified manner. We believe in honesty, we believe in the integrity of our election system, which is why I -- I do believe that, if there is fraud out there, it should be brought to the court's attention. BENSON: Sure. ERNST: And the proof should be brought forward. We -- I think all of us agree on that. But to insinuate that Republican and Democratic candidates paid to throw off this election, I think is absolutely outrageous, and I do take offense to that. You know, I have fought for my country. I've worn our nation's uniform to protect the values and freedoms that our nation espouses. And to have that accusation just offhandedly thrown out there just to confuse our voters across the United States, I think that is absolutely wrong. BENSON: Yes. No, I agree. And whether you're just -- sitting the Democrats off to the side for a second, Republicans have had some huge successes in Senate races, in House races, down-ballot in the state legislatures. And to, in this attempt to gin up anger and paranoia about our elections in order to, sort of, move forward with this fable that President Trump won in a landslide, which he didn't -- he didn't win. To call into question any down-ballot victories for the president's own party and for the legitimate victories of his own party, it's something that bothers me and it sounds like it bothers you -- ERNST: Right. BENSON: And one of the reasons that it bothers me, Senator, is it might instill in some voters in -- oh, I don't know -- the state of Georgia, a sense of foreboding and helplessness, and why even bother if they've got these magic foreign machines changing votes and the Democrats are stealing these elections. But they didn't bother to steal yours. They didn't bother to steal Thom Tillis'. And they didn't bother to steal some of these other close races in the House and elsewhere, which makes no sense to me. There are people who might internalize that because they believe what -- ERNST: Right. BENSON: -- the Trump campaign tells them. And they might say, well, why even bother if the Republicans aren't going to fight for this in Georgia, I'm not going to show up for them. And if my vote is going to get thrown out by these -- these nasty people rigging the machines, why even bother. That sounds to me like one of the only ways, in my mind, that Democrats have a chance of electing Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock as opposed to your colleagues, David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler, which I think is task number one for every center-right person in this country right now. To make sure that Democrats don't take full control of the government. ERNST: Absolutely. And Guy, I can speak as a former county commissioner of election in Iowa, and I -- you know, I know that there are so many good people that are running these elections. Can there be bad apples? Yes, there can be. But in the case of Georgia, what we do not want to do is discourage Georgians from going out to their -- their polling places or even if they are absentee voting -- you know, mailing in a ballot. We do not want to discourage them. The elections process is just an integral part of who we are as Americans. And they need to understand what is hanging in the balance, should we lose the White House after all of the challenges are done. We don't hold the House majority. We cannot lose the Senate. This is the last line of defense.

Trump has tweeted out comments such as “horrible, inaccurate and anything but secure,” about the vote-counting system. President Donald Trump’s online tweets are having real-life consequences. The President known for using his “Twitter fingers” has been tweeting up a firestorm recently alleging that the presidential election was riddled with fraud despite there being no actual evidence.Trump has tweeted out comments such as “horrible, inaccurate and anything but secure,” about the vote-counting system. President Donald Trump’s online tweets are having real-life consequences. The President known for using his “Twitter fingers” has been tweeting up a firestorm recently alleging that the presidential election was riddled with fraud despite there being no actual evidence.

Trump’s refusal to concede election leads to threats for those involved in vote-counting process

Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell’s press conference was so crazy that it did more to validate Biden’s victory than the so-called ‘MSM’ couldRudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell’s press conference was so crazy that it did more to validate Biden’s victory than the so-called ‘MSM’ could

You don’t have to be crazy to think the election was stolen. But it helps | Spectator USA

The Trump campaign team couldn't believe their luck. A certain James Blalock had voted in the presidential ...

The grave trouble facing Trump's US Election legal challenges

President Trump telegraphed that he would try to steal the election if he didn’t win.President Trump telegraphed that he would try to steal the election if he didn’t win.

Trump needs to flip at least 3 states that voted for Biden to win. He’s pushing Republican legislators to overrule voters, but most have rejected those overtures so far.Trump needs to flip at least 3 states that voted for Biden to win. He’s pushing Republican legislators to overrule voters, but most have rejected those overtures so far.

Trump’s fight to overturn election narrows after 2 more legal defeats, case withdrawal

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Some of his closest advisers believe Rudy Giuliani and his team are on a dead-end path.Some of his closest advisers believe Rudy Giuliani and his team are on a dead-end path.

Trump's advisers are distancing themselves from his election legal challenges - Axios

Seventy-three million Trump voters will never “unite” with the likes of the miscreants that spent four years inventing deranged plots to destroy Trump.Seventy-three million Trump voters will never “unite” with the likes of the miscreants that spent four years inventing deranged plots to destroy Trump.

Hulett: Electing Biden by any means, at any cost | INFORUM

WASHINGTON • With hair dye streaming down his cheeks and Mr Donald Trump watching on television, the President's lawyer Rudy Giuliani unleashed eyebrow-raising claims on Thursday that investor George Soros, China and a dead Venezuelan dictator conspired with Democratic "crooks" to hand America's election to Mr Joe Biden.. Read more at straitstimes.com.United States News -WASHINGTON • With hair dye streaming down his cheeks and Mr Donald Trump watching on television, the President's lawyer Rudy Giuliani unleashed eyebrow-raising claims on Thursday

Rudy Giuliani has post-election meltdown... literally, United States News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

Sen. Joni Ernst rebuked assertions from the Trump campaign that politicians may have bribed their way into winning their respective races.Sen. Joni Ernst rebuked assertions from the Trump campaign that politicians may have bribed their way into winning their respective races.

GOP senator: 'Absolutely outrageous' for Trump legal team to suggest candidates paid to rig elections

"We had no intention of fighting with her. We simply wanted to see the details," Tucker Carlson says of Sidney Powell."We had no intention of fighting with her. We simply wanted to see the details," Tucker Carlson says of Sidney Powell.

Tucker Carlson Says Sidney Powell Needs to Provide Evidence

They are giving the president “space” to poison the national debate and to try to overturn an election.They are giving the president "space" to poison the national debate and to try to overturn an election.

How the GOP Is Helping Trump’s War on Democracy – Mother Jones

Donald Trump's legal team have rehashed another round of unsubstantiated claims of electoral fraud in its latest bid to flip results. Donald Trump's legal team have rehashed another round of unsubstantiated claims of electoral fraud in its latest bid to flip results.

Rudy Giuliani's leaky hair dye steals the show as he blames Venezuela for Biden win - LBC

President Trump's legal team prepares to file more cases in several states after his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani held a news conference Thursday alleging a "centralized" plan to carry out voter fraud around the country. Trump's lawyers offered some evidence, but say they're holding the proof for the courtroom.President Trump's legal team prepares to file more cases in several states after his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani held a news conference Thursday alleging a "centralized" plan to carry out voter fraud around the country. Trump's lawyers offered some evidence, but say they're holding the proof for the courtroom.

Trump Team Filing Key Court Cases on Vote Manipulation: 'The Dominion Operators Went in and Injected Votes' | CBN News

President Trump’s lawyer on Thursday accused Venezuela, the Clinton Foundation and George Soros of stealing the election for President-elect Joe Biden.President Trump’s lawyer on Thursday accused Venezuela, the Clinton Foundation and George Soros of stealing the election for President-elect Joe Biden.

Giuliani, flailing, says Venezuela, Clinton and Soros hatched 'centralized plan' to steal election for Biden - AOL News

The Trump Campaign's legal team's lead attorney joins Larry O'Connor in an exclusive interview.

Sidney Powell talks about her allegations regarding the computerized voting systems on election night

With hair dye streaming down his cheeks and Donald Trump watching on television, the president's lawyer Rudy Giuliani unleashed eyebrow-raising claims on Thursday.With hair dye streaming down his cheeks and Donald Trump watching on television, the president's lawyer Rudy Giuliani unleashed eyebrow-raising claims on Thursday.

We’ve heard enough claims and conspiracy theories. Now’s the time, as they said in those Westerns, to back ’em up or shut ’em up’We’ve heard enough claims and conspiracy theories. Now’s the time, as they said in those Westerns, to back ’em up or shut ’em up’

Are Trump’s lawyers big enough to back their claims up? | Spectator USA

This PR offensive posing as a legal challenge exists only to placate the president and enrich his attorneys — to the detriment of his own supporters.This PR offensive posing as a legal challenge exists only to placate the president and enrich his attorneys — to the detriment of his own supporters.

Sidney Powell's Tell | National Review

The who’s who includes the conservative activist Charlie Kirk, Jim Holt of Gateway Pundit, Eric Trump — and the president himself.The who’s who includes the conservative activist Charlie Kirk, Jim Holt of Gateway Pundit, Eric Trump — and the president himself.

'This is real. This is not made up. I know crimes, I can smell ‘em,' said Rudy Giuliani who sweated profusely throughout the news conference

Trump legal team claims (the late) Hugo Chavez and communist money behind plot to elect Biden | National Post

Trump legal team claims (the late) Hugo Chavez and communist money behind plot to elect Biden | National Post