The 104-page lawsuit in Georgia—the only one publicly available so far—contains heaps of evidence, including an allegation that “agents acting on behalf of China and Iran” accessed voting software “to monitor and manipulate elections, including the most recent US general election in 2020.”
“The scheme and artifice to defraud was for the purpose of illegally and fraudulently manipulating the vote count to make certain the election of Joe Biden as President of the United States,” the case states.
The case asserts that voting machines allegedly flipped “hundreds of thousands of votes” from President Donald Trump to Democratic presidential nominee Biden.
Powell filed the lawsuit on behalf of several Republican Party officials and Presidential Electors.
The lawsuit names Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brian Kemp—who Powell has accused of foreign corruption—as well as several members of the Georgia State Election Board as defendants.
Powell asks Georgia’s Northern District Court for emergency relief, including an order requiring the defendants to decertify the election results that claim Biden’s victory and to certify that Trump won the state.
The lawsuit also requests the court submit orders to “impound all the voting machines and software in Georgia for expert inspection,” to verify ballot signatures, and to conduct a manual recount.
The most damning sections of the lawsuit focus on “the systemic adaptation of old-fashioned “ballot-stuffing,” which has “been amplified and rendered virtually invisible by computer software created and run by domestic and foreign actors for that very purpose.”
“Mathematical and statistical anomalies rising to the level of impossibilities, as shown by affidavits of multiple witnesses, documentation, and expert testimony evince this scheme across the state of Georgia,” the case states.
The fraud’s origin is in the “election software and hardware from Dominion Voting Systems Corporation” and “Smartmatic,” two companies started by “foreign oligarchs and dictators to ensure computerized ballot-stuffing and vote manipulation to whatever level was needed.”
In a sworn affidavit, a whistleblower alleges that Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez had Smartmatic software designed to allow elections to be stolen without detection.
The voting systems allow bureaucrats, election workers, or other compromised individuals to change votes, since the systems do not contain an unalterable election log that shows which candidates were selected by voters.
The lawsuit shows that voting systems were connected to the internet, a breach of state and federal election laws.
When vote-counting suddenly stopped in key swing states, including Arizona, Nevada, Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, and Georgia, Fulton County election workers at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia lied about a water leak.
Election officials evacuated poll workers and observers from the arena at 10 P.M., but “several election workers remained unsupervised and unchallenged working at the computers for the voting tabulation machines until after 1:00 AM,” the lawsuit claims.
These lies and other schemes throughout the state prevented Trump’s campaign and Republicans from meaningfully observing ballot counting.
There is also “incontrovertible evidence” from Georgia’s Board of Elections that “at least 96,600 absentee ballots were requested and counted but were never recorded as being returned to county election boards by the voter.”
The lawsuit asserts that these votes must all be annulled.
Powell also asked the court to discard mail-in ballots that “(i) lack a secrecy envelope, or contain on that envelope any text, mark, or symbol which reveals the elector’s identity, political affiliation, or candidate preference, (ii) do not include on the outside envelope a completed declaration that is dated and signed by the elector, or (iii) are delivered in- person by third parties for non-disabled voters.”
“Relief sought is the elimination of the mail ballots from counting in the 2020 election,” the case states.