Dominion Voting Systems Threatens Sidney Powell, Demands her to Publicly Retract “False Accusations”


After weeks of exposing the Dominion Voting Systems’ participation in the 2020 election fraud in some states, Sidney Powell is now being threatened by the software company in a letter, demanding her to retract her “false accusations” or she will be sued.

The letter was sent from the law firm Clare Locke, warning Powell to stop accusing Dominion of fraud because she is exposing herself to “substantial legal risk for defamation.”

“As a result of your false accusations, Dominion has suffered enormous harm, and its employees have been stalked, have been harassed, and have received death threats,” the letter reads. “We demand that you immediately and publicly retract your false accusations and set the record straight. If you refuse to do so and instead choose to stand by your defamatory falsehoods, that will be viewed as additional evidence of actual malice.”

The Hill reports:

Powell has claimed that Dominion used an algorithm to flip some votes from Trump to President-elect Joe Biden. She has also claimed that Dominion paid kickbacks to GOP officials in Georgia and elsewhere to keep quiet about the scheme, among many other allegations.

Immediately after the Supreme Court dropped the Texas lawsuit against four states for unlawful election procedures, Powell announced that she will be making an emergency filings against these states: Georgia, Michigan, Arizona, Wisconsin.

It was earlier revealed that Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts insisted to his fellow justices to drop the case because there might be riots taking place if they hear it.

“Pay attention!” Powell tweeted.

“We made emergency filings in #SupremeCourt tonight for #Georgia & #Michigan. Will be filing #Arizona #Wisconsin shortly. These cases raise constitutional issues and prove massive #fraud. Our plaintiffs have #standing #WeThePeople will not allow #rigged elections.”

This week, Powell’s case had made it to the Supreme Court Docket, and is awaiting to be heard if approved.

Along with Powell, the Trump campaign also filed an emergency appeal to the Supreme Court of Georgia.

Atlanta News Now reported:

Trump initially filed the lawsuit Dec. 4. But the Fulton County Superior Court clerk’s office initially rejected it, saying the president’s attorneys didn’t pay the proper filing fee or fill out the paperwork correctly.

Trump’s attorneys corrected that on Monday – the same day state officials recertified the election results following a third tally of votes. The vote showed Biden won Georgia by 11,779 votes out of some 5 million ballots cast.

With the certification done, Trump’s campaign withdrew an emergency motion for a temporary restraining order to prevent the certification. With the emergency motion withdrawn, Fulton County Judge Constance Russell issued an order Wednesday stating the lawsuit would proceed “in the normal course” – which means it will not be resolved any time soon.

On Friday, Trump’s campaign appealed to the Georgia Supreme Court.

The appeal says Russell is not qualified to judge an election case under state law because she is a resident of Fulton County and an active judge – not a judge on senior status. Because of that and other miscues it says occurred at the county court, the appeal asks the Supreme Court to rule on the merits of its case before Monday.