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President Trump has refused to concede the 2020 presidential election and has claimed his legal team has been able to secure a “tremendous” amount of evidence proving voter fraud on a vast scale.
Politico released a recent poll that showed 70 percent of Republicans do not believe the recent election between President Trump and Joe Biden was fair. Sidney Powell, the high-profile Washington attorney who defended General Michael Flynn, told Fox Business last week she can hardly wait to present the evidence that has been collected in the investigation.
“President Trump won this election in a landslide,” Powell said. “It’s going to be irrefutable.”
She said her attention is on Dominion Voting Systems, which she said were designed to commit fraud at the ballot box. She said she is going to “release the Kracken.”
The New York Times called claims against the Dominion “baseless.”
“I’m not aware of any evidence of specific things or defects in Dominion software that would lead one to believe that votes had been recorded or counted incorrectly,” Edward Perez, an election-technology expert at the OSET Institute, told the paper.
Micheal Tracey, a journalist, tweeted, “Key difference between Dem and GOP claims of election fraud: Dem claims get amplified eagerly by every organ of mainstream establishment opinion (see 2016). Conversely, GOP claims are subject to a barrage of disclaimers and censorship declaring them authoritatively to be false.”
Tracey’s post was retweeted by the president.
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Trends Journal publisher Gerald Celente, a political atheist who does not vote for the lesser of two evils nor associates or does business with evils, said last week, “Here we are in the 21st century having trouble counting those votes.” He pointed to how the “Associated Presstitutes” called the race and not respective government authorities or agencies.  
“Who are they to tell us who won?” Celente said. He went on to predict the election will be decided in the Supreme Court.

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