Powell to Appeal Arizona Lawsuit Dismissal

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By NTD Newsroom
December 10, 2020NTD Evening Newsshare

Former federal prosecutor Sidney Powell said her team plans to appeal the dismissal of its election lawsuit, after an Obama-appointed federal judge dismissed it on Wednesday, citing a lack of evidence.

Powell’s Arizona co-counsel Alex Kolodin told The Epoch Times the team plans to fast-track the case to the Supreme Court, adding it will file a petition for appeal in the coming days.

Powell filed the case on behalf of the state’s 11 Republican electors and others.

The lawsuit claims over 400,000 votes were cast illegally in the state. It also alleges Dominion Voting Systems violated election laws by having their machines connected to the internet.

Powell’s team also filed a temporary restraining order seeking to immediately block Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey from delivering the certified election results to the Electoral College while the court hears the case. Arizona certified its presidential election results on Nov. 30.

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