Sidney Powell, the prominent lawyer who has emerged as the face of the resistance in trying to prove multiple allegations of voter and ballot fraud that she claims took place in the 2020 election, offered up encouraging news during an interview on Monday after two of her largest lawsuits were dismissed by federal judges.
According to BizPac Review, on the heels of losing her “Kraken” lawsuits in both Michigan and Georgia, Powell vowed to appeal the cases in the hopes that the U.S. Supreme Court takes an interest in hearing them.
“We’re going to proceed immediately with an emergency appeal, and we expect to get relief in the Supreme Court,” Powell said.
Newsmax TV’s Greg Kelly pressed the attorney on what a reasonable timeline would be for Americans — especially President Trump’s supporters — to see some level of significant action in the nation’s highest court, which Powell answered with nothing short of a total bombshell prediction.
“There should be at least three states before the Supreme Court with enough electoral votes to change the outcome before the end of the week,” Powell told Kelly.
“We’re determined to win because the American people have been defrauded from their lawful votes in this election, and that cannot stand,” Powell added.
You can watch the interview in the video below:
Kelly also asked Powell to explain what happened with the lawsuits in Georgia and Michigan — both lawsuits were highly-anticipated and closely watched by Trump supporters and many in the media, only to be tossed out as quickly as they were filed.
“The court wouldn’t pay any attention to any of it,” Powell said of the Georgia lawsuit. “It’s obvious the judge had made up his mind before he hit the bench, and he read from prepared notes when he granted the motion to dismiss.”
Powell experienced similar results in Michigan, with a federal judge there essentially telling Powell and her team that there’s not enough time to properly present a case of that magnitude.
“The time has passed to provide most of the relief Plaintiffs request in their Amended Complaint; the remaining relief is beyond the power of any court. For those reasons, this matter is moot,” U.S. District Court Judge Linda Parker ruled, even adding that “the ship has sailed” for Powell and her team.
Parker added in her ruling that Powell’s requests “would disenfranchise the votes of the more than 5.5 million Michigan citizens who, with dignity, hope, and a promise of a voice, participated in the 2020 General Election.”
While Powell and others working on behalf of proving allegations of widespread fraud haven’t experienced much in the way of victory over the past month, it’s clear with Powell’s latest prediction that this fight is far from over.
Hopefully, her ambition of making it to the High Court comes true, as it’s probably the last possible chance of changing any result of the 2020 election.