Credible and trustworthy Sidney Powell says there was rampant, widespread voter fraud

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(Natural News) Attorney Sidney Powell has promised a major upset to the 2020 election results, and Federal Election Commission (FEC) head Trey Trainor says he has no reason to doubt her.

Because she is widely considered to be both credible and trustworthy, Powell’s claim that she and her team are “getting ready to overturn election results in multiple states” should not be taken lightly, Trainor suggested in a tweet.

Powell has been “forthright and honest in every case she’s ever taken on,” Trainor wrote, adding that, “if she says there is rampant voter fraud in #Election2020, I believe her.”

Appearing in numerous news segments over the past week – you can watch one of them with Fox Business’ Lou Dobbs below – Powell has repeatedly indicated that President Trump’s legal team is pulling in a deluge of evidence showing fraud and other “irregularities.”

“I don’t make comments without having the evidence to back it up,” Powell insists.

Trump campaign adviser Corey Lewandowski agrees, having told “The Water Cooler” podcast that he fully trusts Powell’s claims and believes her to be an honest and reputable source of information.

Describing Powell as “a dogged professional attorney,” Lewandowski told host David Powell that “if she says she has that evidence, I have no reason to doubt her at all.”

“It’s going to be time to start to present that evidence and present it to a court of law,” he added.

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CISA, of which Dominion is a member, says “no evidence” of election fraud

Powell is playing a critical role in exposing the Dominion Voting Systems “abnormalities” that appear to have resulted in vote switching between Joe Biden and Trump – and always in favor of Biden, of course.

In the below episode of the Zolna Report, the host talks about not only Dominion but also another technology known as Smartmatic that may have also been used to commit election fraud.

Powell alleges that both of these election software programs switched “millions of votes” from Trump to Biden. And, again, if Powell is making such a statement, then she almost certainly has the proof to back it.

At least one whistleblower from Dominion has already come forward to admit that the software was designed to “rig elections,” though the company vehemently denies this.

“He saw it happen in other countries,” Powell says about this whistleblower, who apparently watched foreign elections get stolen in the same way that the Biden camp is trying to steal this one.

“They can stick a thumb drive in the [voting] machine, they can upload software to it even from the internet … from Germany or Venezuela even,” Powell added, noting that all of this can be done “in real time,” including the ability to “shift votes” on demand or “remote access anything.”

Powell further claims that her team has unearthed the precise mathematical algorithm that was used to try to steal the election for Biden, explaining that it was “planned” for such use “from the beginning.”

Meanwhile, the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), of which Dominion is a member, along with the National Association of State Election Directors, says there is “no evidence” of lost, deleted, or switched votes for Biden.

Trainor, on the other hand, says he fully believes that there was voter fraud taking place during the election, particularly in ballot counting locations where poll watchers were denied “meaningful access” to the ballot counting areas.

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