Attorney Sidney Powell is still fighting, despite multiple setbacks. In her latest crusade against election fraud, Powell has asked the Supreme Court to overturn the election results in Michigan and Georgia.
The latest requests made by Powell were added to the Supreme Court’s online docket on Tuesday, the day after the Electoral College vote took place.
Many in the political arena are expecting these lawsuits to fizzle out, as the Supreme Court has already shown in two separate instances that it fears taking up any case related to the election. The Court dismissed two lawsuits without even listening to the arguments, first a case against Pennsylvania‘s blatantly unconstitutional mail-in voting laws, and then a lawsuit filed by Texas against Michigan, Georgia, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania for their election practices.
Sidney Powell, who is working independently from President Trump’s legal team, filed lawsuits last month in Michigan and Georgia, which were both dismissed by judges in each state.
U.S. District Judge Linda Parker rejected the Michigan suit, saying that it “offered nothing but speculation and conjecture that votes for President Trump were destroyed, discarded or switched to votes for Vice President Biden.”
In Georgia, U.S. District Judge Timothy Batten dismissed the lawsuit verbally after a hearing that was only an hour long.
Sidney Powell is challenging the rulings of both of these judges directly at the Supreme Court, choosing to bypass the federal appeals court level.
The cases are King v. Whitmer, 20-815, and In Re Pearson, 20-816.
Many conservatives are wondering if they should continue to hold out hope for Powell’s lawsuits, or for any challenge to the election. Despite evidence of irregularities and outright fraud that have been documented in multiple states, the Supreme Court does not seem to want to listen, and authorities do not seem to want to investigate.