(BREITBART) – Attorney Sidney Powell filed lawsuits Wednesday challenging the results of the presidential vote in Georgia and Michigan, alleging "ballot stuffing," which she alleges was "amplified and rendered virtually invisible by computer software created and run by domestic and foreign actors."
Powell made similar claims last week at a press conference with President Donald Trump's legal team. She was attacked by critics who claimed that she could not prove what she alleged. The legal team distanced themselves from her on Sunday, saying that her claims had gone beyond the evidence they had seen or could prove in court.
Powell – who also defended Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, pardoned by President Trump on Wednesday – accepted the decision but pressed ahead regardless.
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