Last night.

Portion of a lawsuit filed separately in disputed swing states Michigan and Wisconsin alleging China and Iran accessed Dominion Software and manipulated the 2020 US general election in favour of Joe Biden.

The claims comes in a redacted declaration of a former electronic intelligence analyst under Military Intelligence with experience gathering missile system electronic intelligence,

Read lawsuits here


Good times.


Joe Biden delivers a Thanksgiving address at the Queen Theatre yesterday in Wilmington, Delaware, USA

Biden on Wednesday delivered a Thanksgiving address in Wilmington, Del., calling on Americans to unite in protecting their communities as they celebrate the holiday this year amid the raging coronavirus pandemic.

Minutes earlier, Trump called in from the White House to an informal meeting of Pennsylvania lawmakers, repeating baseless claims about the election being “rigged.”

“This election has to be turned around,” Trump said

Biden And Trump Offer Jarring Contrast Minutes Apart On Thanksgiving Eve (NPR)


85 thoughts on “This Means…

  1. Mr .T

    While it’s entirely possible that electronic voting machines or counting machines can be manipulated – I think this is all just a repeat of 2016’s “Russia hacked the election!” narrative

    1. f_lawless

      I think so too. Putting the blame on China, Iran, Venezuela is your classic “limited hangout” manoeuvre.
      As an aside, when I clicked on the link to a pdf of the lawsuit filed for Georgia, I noticed the word “District” is misspelled twice in the title – doesn’t give a good impression!

      1. SOQ

        Is there any other spelling mistakes in that document apart from in the header of page 1?

        The only thing I can find is- The Legislature is “‘the representative body which ma[kes] the laws of the people.’” but that may be legal speak?

        1. Badger

          “Befoe”, “abllots”, “dragn-drop”, “machiens”, and I’m only half way down, and I’m not even going to touch the grammatical errors or lack of capitalisation…

          1. Badger

            I’ve spent enough time looking at one of them. I value it enough not to waste it looking at the second.

    2. george

      It isn’t actually. Russian intervention in 2016 was to do with hacked emails servers and spreading misinformation on social media and it is actually evidence based.

      This is a reference to redacted testimony from a guy who used to work on a different thing. Where is the evidence of any direct knowledge or what is alleged? What is this guy basing his accusation on?

          1. E'Matty

            Eh, do you not understand the vested interest US Intel agencies, who have zero credibility when it comes to telling the truth, have in portraying their 2nd most significant geostrategic opponent in a bad light, no? Did you miss the fact these countries have been on opposite sides in active conflicts in Ukraine, Libya and Syria since before the 2016 election. Oh yeah, let’s just believe the guys who sold the world WMDs or babies being thrown from incubators in Kuwait or any number of well documented lies over the years. Evidence? Nah, no need for that. We should just believe these proven liars and take their claims at dace value, as if from a trusted source. Ridiculous.

          2. Nigel

            What’s their interest in faking up a massive security failure on their home ground on their own watch,?

  2. johnny

    ….absolutely nothing, say it again this means absolutely nothing.
    its a link to a fund raising page-no really it is.
    i’m the one supposed be high/stoned all the time-these are just baseless allegations -preying on poor suckers in trailer parks.
    the SCOTUS decision on civil liberty/ place worship way more consequential than this garbage.
    i left NY because the DEMOCRATIC mayor with the DEMOCRATIC governors full support imposed and ENFORCED a illegal curfew this summer.
    myself and many many others left.

    1. Chucky R. Law

      I hope you expressed your disgust by taking a dump in the middle of Times Square to teach them a lesson

      1. Johnny

        Nothing filed,no court stamps,suckers,had again.
        …Sidney Powell, who has pushed some of the most extreme conspiracy theories around the election of Joe Biden, filed the lawsuits late Wednesday, according to a post on Twitter….Bloomberg.

  3. ReproBertie

    Look at the title on the Georgia lawsuit.


    And Michigan?


    I can see why they took so long. They were making sure everything was correct.


      1. v AKA Frilly Keane


        but you should see some of the stuff put in front of our own Judges here from big ticket firms and the SCs on retainers

        Go into a Jackie Linnane session sometime
        She’s great at finding loads of mistakes
        Especially from the Banks reps

        1. ReproBertie

          That’s all well and good V but you would imagine the lawyer planning the highly publicised law suit intending to expose massive election fraud and overturn the US presidential election would at last have a team that can run a spell checker. They spelt district wrong three times and none of them the same way. It doesn’t bode well for the quality of their legal challenges.

          1. Cian

            By default in a MS Word™ document the spell checker ignore words in all capital letters.

            The rational for this is that a lot of acronyms and initialisms aren’t in the dictionary and will cause undue red-squigley-lines.

            Still shocking that these errors weren’t noticed.

          2. ReproBertie

            You read all 105 pages already? Did you see this abominiation of a paragraph on page 4 of the Georgia document:
            After selling Sequoia, Smartmatic’s chief executive, Anthony Mugica.
            Mr. Mugica said, he hoped Smartmatic would work with Sequoia on projects in the U.S., though Smartmatic wouldn’t take an equity stake.”

            The first sentence wouldn’t get past a primary school essay correction. That’s their missing quotation mark by the way. All the best people.

          3. SOQ

            The actual wording is

            “After selling Sequoia, Smartmatic’s chief executive, Anthony Mugica. Mr. Mugica said, he hoped Smartmatic would work with Sequoia on projects in the U.S., though Smartmatic wouldn’t take an equity stake.” Id.”

            And no- I just ran a spell check on it.

          4. ReproBertie

            That’s exactly what I posted. The entire first sentence reads “After selling Sequoia, Smartmatic’s chief executive, Anthony Mugica.”

            The paragraph ends with a quotation mark but there is no opening quotation mark. Is it all a quote? Is the quotation mark a typo? Have the no red pens in that office?

          5. v AKA Frilly Keane

            Not at all, I would have expected her to have several para legals, and 1st 2nd 3rd year even 4th year associates vetting and tooth combing the paper work

            and if I lodged stuff meself, with a petitioner’s name wrong, or misspelt anywhere
            same with their address or their occupation
            actually if details were entered into the wrong spot in the fixed HC forms
            it would be sent back by the Examiners

            I did tell yis to wait and see what she lodged
            the law and the process with take all the guess work out of her promises to Lou Dobbs

    1. Rosette of Sirius

      By all accounts the fillings are laden with typos, and for extra comical effect as you’ve pointed out both misspelling and misstating the name of the courts they were being filed in. Just like earlier filings made on behalf of the campaign.


      More catfish than kracken?

        1. Commenter #1

          Michigan complaint
          p. 10: “Each of these Plaintiffshas”
          p. 11: “of Antrim County. is”
          p. 12: ““responsible for approv[ing]


          1. Junkface

            Jesus who wrote these documents, a Nigerian prince from 2005?

            I think Sidney Powell needs to get back into the clown car and drive off into the sunset.

          2. Junkface

            “Deer judge, I have moontains of bibliocal evidens of serios voter fraud coming from Venezeuelio and Chinas, signed Sidney Powell.”

        2. Rosette of Sirius

          Really?! Is that where you’re going with this???? I swear it’s incredible how far this lockdown malarkey has affected you.

      1. Chucky R. Law

        I think she was misquoted. She actually wanted to release the Kragle. Which would explain a lot.

  4. Junkface

    More crazy, over inflated, evidence free, crap. Trump looks like he dipped his face in cheddar cheese for that photo. Impressive!

  5. Cian

    Is he annoyed that the “agents acting on behalf of China and Iran” didn’t manipulate the election (enough) in his favour?

  6. Kate

    “The 52 million investment by the government on behalf of the taxpayers is absolutely secure and we will see those machines used” -Enda Kenny. “Stupid old pencils” – Bertie Ahern .
    54.6 million euros gone down the swanny on our own electronic voting project . Add another 3 million for storage.
    In 2006 Dutch hackers proved that indeed these devices could be modified. All sold on for 70,000 eventually and we still vote these boyos into government. Stop looking “over there”!!!

    1. Cian

      In fairness, the voting machines were trailed twice in 2002: General election x 3 constituencies, & Referendum x 7 constituencies.
      The only complaints at the time were related to the lack of excitement when the results were published.

      An independent commission as set up that said the machines were good enough.

      In 2004 they went ahead and bought machines for the whole country.

      Suddenly, just before they were to be used, years after this had been trailed, people started to kick off about it. But, yeah, it was the governments fault.

  7. Cian

    The case seems to be:
    1. the system that counts the votes is designed to allow voter fraud which will not appear in the audit logs.
    2. The audit logs in Georgia show no fraud
    3. This proves that the fraud happened.

  8. eoin

    Two men have also been ARRESTED in California for voter fraud involving thousands of ballots too. So California is probably in play now too. Regardless of evidence between 70% and 90% of the 70 million Trump voters believe there was massive fraud. Those are civil war level figures. Nice to live in interesting times and all that but….this is nuts.

    1. ReproBertie

      The California fraud was an attempt to falsely procure ballots on behalf of homeless people. It was uncovered in October and no actual ballots were involved so no bearing on the November elections.

  9. Jonboy

    Is the strategy here just to file inept cases so that they are seen to have ‘fought the deep state’. Then when they obviously lose they can say it’s all a deep-state conspiracy against them?

    1. Rosette of Sirius

      Pretty much I reckon. And pad out the coffers while they’re at it.

      Who needs insulin or statins when dey terk err Trump….?

      1. Jonboy

        always an opportunity for the grift!
        please donate to our legal fund* (*please note only a small portion of your donation will actually be used for our legal fund)

  10. Johnny

    When you say filed…no court stamps,filed where again,now………
    “Portion of a lawsuit filed in…”

    1. Junkface

      “That dang ol clock is corrupt, ah tell you what. Ain’t no taint in ma paint face, I gots evidens in ma gritz ayand its as Biblical as a crucifix on a dang ol hill top! GIddy up yall God bless Murica!” – Sidney Powell

  11. E'Matty

    Is there any actual evidence to substantiate the claims made or is it just allegations like RussiaGate?

    It’s also a clear example of the two sides of the one coin understanding of the US one party corporate system. The Dems opposed Bush in Iraq, but went silent as Obama destroyed Syria. The Reps backed Bush and opposed Obama on Syria. The Reps backed Trump’s more aggressive stance against Iran. The Dems opposed it. The Dems play Russia as the arch foe after 2016. The Reps have played China and Iran in the same role during this period too and it looks to be ramping up. Both fell in behind Trump on Venezuela. Both sides support US wars of aggression overseas. Both advance the same geopolitical agenda.

    Until we see actual objectively verifiable evidence to support these claims, they are not credible.

  12. JEH

    These lawsuits sound like they were thrown together by a washing machine.

    “Both of Powell’s latest lawsuits were riddled with typographical errors.

    The Michigan lawsuit, which was on the court website, was frequently marred by formatting problems that removed the spacing between words. For example: “TheTCFCenterwastheonlyfacilitywithinWayneCountyauthorizedtocountthe ballots.”

    In the Georgia complaint, which was only available on Powell’s website, the word district in the court name was misspelled twice on the first page of the document. First there was an extra c for “DISTRICCT” and then, a few words later, “DISTRCOICT.”

    “A GOP county chairman who is listed as a plaintiff on ex-Trump attorney Sidney Powell’s typo-filled fraud lawsuit says he never agreed to take part in the legal action.”

    How was it that this ex-military intelligence officer came to discover foreign interference with voting software? I’m not sure how you get from A to B to C.

  13. f_lawless
    Interesting development:-

    “BREAKING: Pennsylvania State Judge Halts Election Certification to Hear Mail-In Fraud Claims

    Earlier today, the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania issued a temporary injunction prohibiting state officials from moving forward in certifying the 2020 election results, pending an upcoming hearing on Friday over potential fraud regarding the state’s mail-in ballots”

    I’d recommend watching what Giuliani has to say in the first 10 minutes or so of the embedded video – if only to get a clearer picture of the case they’re putting forward

    1. Nigel

      Which does not affect the presidentail results, already certified, but the downaballot results not yet certified.

  14. SOQ

    Interesting how all these spell and grammar checkers have not one single opinion on the substance of the claims.

    Not one comment on the spelling or grammar of the affidavits despite a charge of perjury and if proved to be false- jail.

  15. johnny

    GA-lawsuit,had been banned on twitter,was reversed…:)

    “The URL referenced was mistakenly marked under our unsafe links policy — this action has now been reversed,”

    link to a spellcheck suit,here you philistine pedantic’s……

    “The lawsuit, which names Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and Secretary of State and Chair of the Georgia State Election Board Brad Raffensperger among the defendants, alleges multiple Constitutional violations…”

    ps-the Kemp allegations is why she was dumped,like a rabbit boiling x.

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