US District Judge Carl Nichols, who ruled on Sidney Powell’s Dominion Countersuit, has slain the Kraken, leaving the Democrats and their media branch accomplices ecstatic at the prospect of federalizing and controlling US Elections – for good.
While Powell’s and other actions against Dominion have been dismissed, Domino’s cases against attorneys and the media have advanced.
Dominion Voting Systems, which possesses unimaginable wealth and power, has launched a brazen legal campaign to destroy anyone who questions their business practices overseeing US elections; according to their website, “Lies and misinformation have severely damaged our company and diminished the credibility of U.S. elections, subjecting hardworking public officials and Dominion employees to harassment and death threats. Dominion is taking steps to right these wrongs through our judicial system.”
Dominion is suing Fox News, Newsmax Media, One American News, Patrick Bryne, Mike Lindell, Rudy Guilini, Sidney Powell, and connected persons, according to court records.
According to Dominion’s lawsuit against Powell, “this defamation action comes from remarks made by Sidney Powell, who — in collaboration with supporters and media outlets intent on promoting a false predetermined narrative about the 2020 election – caused extraordinary injury. Powell falsely stated that Dominion had rigged the election, that Dominion was formed in Venezuela to rig elections for Hugo Chávez, and that Dominion paid Georgia authorities for a no-bid contract during a press conference in Washington, D.C., a campaign rally in Georgia, and a media blitz.
The outlandish claims made by Powell are patently incorrect. Dominion was not founded in Venezuela for the purpose of rigging elections for a now-deceased Venezuelan dictator, but rather in Toronto for the purpose of developing a fully auditable paper-based voting system that would enable people with disabilities to vote independently on paper ballots that can be verified.
Dominion created solutions to address many of the technical and voter intent concerns that arose from the 2000 Presidential Election as it expanded. Its systems are approved by the U.S. Election Assistance Commission (“EAC”), reviewed and verified by independent testing facilities authorized by the EAC, designed to be auditable, and contain a paper ballot backup to validate results. 1 Since its inception, Dominion has been selected by tens of thousands of election officials across the United States to offer the technology required to execute transparent, fully auditable elections.
The millions of paper ballots that were audited and recounted by bipartisan officials and volunteers in Georgia and other swing states, which confirmed that Dominion accurately counted votes on paper ballots, constitute mountains of direct evidence that conclusively disprove Powell’s allegations of vote manipulation against Dominion.
When respected Georgia Republicans disproved Powell’s false accusations by announcing that Georgia’s paper ballot recount confirmed the accuracy of Dominion’s vote counts, Powell attempted to discredit them by falsely accusing Dominion of paying them and their families kickbacks in exchange for a no-bid contract. Powell’s sole “evidence” to support this fraudulent charge was a falsified certificate from the Georgia Secretary of State.
Powell has implied that the undated nature of the certificate is problematic. In truth, the certificate is dated and publicly available on the Georgia Secretary of State’s website, along with public records indicating that there was a competitive bidding procedure for the Georgia contract and that Dominion competed against Smartmatic and Election Systems & Software (“ES&S”).
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
After being sued by Dominion for defamation, attorney Sydney Powell filed a countersuit against the voting machine company, which has now been thrown out, while Dominion’s complaint against her moves ahead. CONTINUE READING…