Trump campaign Attorney Sidney Powell announced on Friday that the Trump campaign legal team will likely begin sharing with the public evidence from affidavits supporting their claims of a “national conspiracy” of voter fraud in the presidential election as soon as this weekend.
“We will start putting documents online and sending them to people like you, as soon as we possibly can. I would hope that we could start that by this weekend,” Powell said.
The Trump campaign attorney described the volume of evidence her legal team has received as a “tsunami,” though much of that evidence has yet to be shared with the public.
“We’ve unearthed a global, criminal conspiracy that is just mind-blowing. And we’ve only scratched a tip of the iceberg,” Powell asserted.
On Thursday, members of the Trump campaign legal team, including Powell, claimed that Venezuela and George Soros were involved in the election interference through weaknesses in Dominion Voting Systems software.
According to The Blaze, “Trump’s lawyers claim to be in possession of an affidavit from ‘one very strong witness’ who will testify that technological insecurities in Dominion’s voting machines made it possible for votes cast for Trump to be switched to former vice president Joe Biden.”
Powell also told Beck that the witness “was sitting at [Venezuelan communist dictator] Hugo Chavez’s right hand,” and had personally seen how Dominion’s voting machines were manipulated to change the results of Venezuelan elections.
Dominion Voting Systems has repeatedly denied “false assertions about vote switching and software issues with our voting systems.”
“Dominion has no company ownership relationships with the Pelosi family, Feinstein family, Clinton Global Initiative, Smartmatic, Scytl, or any ties to Venezuela. Dominion works with all U.S. political parties; our customer base and our government outreach practices reflect this nonpartisan approach,” the company said in a statement on its website.
The Trump campaign legal team, led by Rudy Giuliani, also announced on Thursday that they have enough evidence to disqualify at least double the number of votes necessary to overturn the election.
According to Powell, Trump’s lawyers have spoken to “probably over 500 or maybe even 1,000 witnesses by now.”
“I don’t even know what our affidavit count is. Rudy has one set. And I have another. And then we share them with each other. So we haven’t even had time to read all the affidavits that our lawyers have collected,” she added.
Powell could not give a specific answer to Beck’s question of where the Trump campaign will file lawsuits and when these suits will be heard in court.
“We’re going to have to file several lawsuits. It’s going to be in all the swing states. We’re still gathering massive amounts of evidence, to the point we haven’t even had time to process all of it,” Powell said.
“It’s just a matter of tying it together in a way that’s digestible. And we’re in the process of doing that as we speak. And I’m hoping we get something filed by next week that starts outlining and proving the overall fraud,” she added.