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Sidney Powell Has Not Yet Begun To Fight Before SCOTUS

National File

Former federal prosecutor and Trump adjacent lawyer Sidney Powell confirmed to National File that she and her team have filed two cases before the U.S. Supreme Court pertaining to the election Friday evening, and plan to file an additional pair of cases on Saturday.

In a message sent to National File by Sidney Powell’s team, the determined attorney said the following:

“Make sure people know we are filing two more cases tomorrow and filed two tonight in which our plaintiffs have standing.”

Powell confirmed on Twitter that the cases filed on Friday involve Georgia and Michigan, and the two filed on Saturday will involve Arizona and Wisconsin. More

9 Comments on Sidney Powell Has Not Yet Begun To Fight Before SCOTUS

  1. Wisconsin state supreme court to hear the case against the election today. Stay tuned, these justices indicated their appreciation of the legal argument put forth.

  2. “Sidney Powell Has Not Yet Begun To Fight Before SCOTUS”

    …and probably will never be given a chance.

    “Certiorari is denied.

    Just ’cause we can.

    Sucks to be you…”

  3. Filing cases before the Supreme Court and having them be accepted and heard are two different things, as Texas recently found out.

  4. I don’t know about you guy’s and gal’s but I am still fuming, that the three Justice’s President Trump put in there, basically told him to piss off. 🤬

    Keep fighting, we love you President Trump. MAGA 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

  5. public evidence about how our courts function is being displayed for ALL to see. painful, but needs to happen. some people who have relied on msm for news are learning things they did not know. trust trump. he’s a great tactician.

  6. The public in the states in question need to rattle their state representatives and spur them into action. They’re the ones who are hiding so they won’t be answerable for the fraudulent election.
    Scare them into action.


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