Sidney Powell, the attorney who recently distanced himself from the Trump campaign, filed typo lawsuits in both Michigan and Georgia on Wednesday for election fraud.
The lawsuit related to issues related to voting machines, postal ballot papers and former Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez. according to Bloomberg. Powell repeatedly made the allegations without producing evidence when she was a member of the Trump campaign legal team.
The new lawsuits also contained allegations of fake ballot papers and observers unable to see the tabulation of votes, Bloomberg reported.
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Both cases submitted by Powell had typographical problems.
The Michigan case had a number of formatting issues that eliminated the spacing between words, Bloomberg reported. In the Georgia lawsuit, the word “district” was misspelled twice on the first page of the document: there was an additional c for “DISTRICCT”, and then it was spelled “DISTRCOICT”.
The Trump campaign distanced himself by Powell on Sunday after making a number of increasingly confused and baseless allegations of election fraud.
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During the press conference, Powell claimed that Dominion Voting Systems, which supplies voting machines in the U.S., uses technology developed by Chavez, who passed away in 2013. She said the overseas votes would be rigged to favor Biden.
Powell has never presented evidence to back up her claims or those of Fox News Tucker CarlsonTucker Carlson: The memo: Trump’s election loss is in full swing More conservatives break with Trump over election claims Ex-AG owner calls on GOP to speak against Trump’s efforts to MORE undermine election results said last week When his show pushed her to prove it, she “got angry and told us to stop contacting her.”
Powell is also the attorney for former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, who was pardoned by Trump on Wednesday.