Lawsuit Against Trump Lawyer Sidney Powell Dismissed

(Rallying Patriots) – Trump attorney Sidney Powell just got some very good news, as WND reports that a judge in the state of New York has dismissed her from a lawsuit brought against her that was headed up by one of several voting machine companies that took great offense to her concerns over possible inaccuracies in the voting tabulations from the machine.

If you remember, Powell was responsible for bringing a number of legal cases challenging the process and procedures used by Democrats to beat President Donald Trump in the 2020 election.

According to WND, a report from MSN reveals that New York State Supreme Court Judge David B. Cohen dismissed Powell from the Smartmatic lawsuit, even as officials who work for the company stated they brought similar claims against Powell in another jurisdiction.

“We’ve already filed a lawsuit in D.C. and asked to stay the proceedings until the New York court ruled,” a company official revealed.

While this is good news for Powell, complaints made against former Trump personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, Fox News, and several personalities that work for the news network, still stand.

“Reuters explained the company alleges it was falsely accused of helping to rig the 2020 results in favor of Joe Biden. Also dismissed as a defendant was Fox host Jeanine Pirro,” the report said.

“The report explained the company claims the defendants turned it into a ‘villain’ with their allegations its technology helped Biden steal the 2020 race,” the report continued. “Cohen did not rule on the merits but said there was a ‘basis’ for the complaint that the truth was disregarded by those making the claims.”

The report from Reuters said, “In a 61-page decision, Cohen said Giuliani’s ‘barrage’ of criticism, including that Smartmatic fixed elections in Venezuela and was up to its ‘old tricks’ on election night, justified letting some claims against him proceed.”

The judge ruled that he lacked any jurisdiction over the statements that were made by Powell.

Another infamous company that is currently in the process of chasing similar claims in court is Dominion Voting Systems.

Fox News went on to say that it is currently appealing the decision, stating the claims made by Smartmatic are “baseless.”

“Fox News also said it planned to file a counterclaim for fees and costs ‘to prevent the full-blown assault on the First Amendment which stands in stark contrast to the highest tradition of American journalism,'” the report revealed.

“There were, in fact, a long list of questions that arose over the 2020 results, which Biden won after narrowly capturing a list of swing states,” the report added. “What is known is that a number of issues remain under investigation, and a coming documentary reveals hundreds of ‘mules’ were hired to dump piles of mail-in ballots in drop boxes during election night’s overnight hours.”

“Also, independent analyses have concluded either of two ways likely ‘bought’ the election for Biden. One was the $420 million Mark Zuckerberg gave to mostly leftist election officials with instructions to recruit voters from Democrat districts, and the other was the collusion by legacy and social media companies that decided to suppress accurate, and damaging, reports about the Biden family international business scandals just before the election,” WND’s report continued.

What’s more, multiple state and local officials ignored their own state’s laws concerning how mail-in ballots were supposed to be handled, actions that have been deemed illegal by courts in those states.

Meanwhile, Just the News has created a list of 20 situations that seemingly suggest some kind of fraud or irregularities during the course of the 2020 presidential election.

“They include that Iranian nationals hacked into a state computer election system and stole 100,000 voter registrations and used them to try to intimidate Republicans, a former state Supreme Court justice concluded there was bribery in Wisconsin’s election count, there was illegal ballot harvesting in several states, vote signature requirements may have been violated involving 200,000 ballots in Arizona, the widely used ballot drop boxes were, in fact, illegal, foreign voters were found on voter rolls in Texas and Georgia, a number of mail-in ballot strategies were unconstitutional, voter roll laws were not followed and more,” WND reported.

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