Attorney Sidney Powell says claims about a server being seized in Germany are true.
A reporter asked if the server was related to the allegations of systematic election fraud.
Powell responded, “it is somehow related to this. But I do not know whether good guys got it or bad guys got it.”
In an interview on Nov. 13, Texas Congressman Louie Gohmert told Newsmax that a server connected to Dominion Voting had reportedly been seized in Frankfurt, Germany.
The servers belong to a Spanish election software company called Scytl.
Scytl has been accused of injecting “backdoors” in its election software, which enables election data to be altered.
Gohmert told NewsMax that U.S. voting information had been cycling through Scytl’s servers.
“Their headquarters is in the home of Merkel, who told Trump the day after the election that he just needed to give up. But Scytl, that’s a place where all this information was cycling through, not supposed to, but it was.”
According to election security expert Russell Ramsland, 28 states send election results to Scytl’s servers.
Clarity Elections, an Election Management System, belongs to Scytl and is part of Scytl’s Election Night Reporting software.
Gohmert said that according to a source in Germany, Scytl was raided by the U.S. Army. He said he believes U.S. intelligence could be behind it. Since, he said, there have been many in the intelligence community trying to remove Trump from office.
This could be what Powell was referring to when she said she didn’t know if “good guys” or “bad guys” seized the server.
Scytl has denied the claims. NTD News has not been able to independently verify these reports.