Dominion sues Trump lawyer Sidney Powell over ‘wild’ election claims, seeks $US1.three billion

There was no widespread fraud within the election, which a spread of election officers throughout the nation together with Trump’s former attorney-general, William Barr, have confirmed.

Republican governors in Arizona and Georgia, key battleground states essential to Biden’s victory, additionally vouched for the integrity of the elections of their states.

Practically all of the authorized challenges from Trump and his allies have been dismissed by judges, together with two tossed by the Supreme Courtroom, which incorporates three Trump-nominated justices.

The corporate mentioned “there are mountains of direct proof that conclusively disprove Powell’s vote manipulation claims in opposition to Dominion – particularly, the thousands and thousands of paper ballots that have been audited and recounted by bipartisan officers and volunteers in Georgia and different swing states, which confirmed that Dominion precisely counted votes on paper ballots.”


Dominion mentioned that when it formally informed Powell her claims have been false and requested her to retract them, she “doubled down,” utilizing her Twitter account with greater than 1 million followers to amplify the claims.

Eric Coomer, Dominion’s safety director, already has sued Powell, Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani and the President’s marketing campaign for defamation after he was pushed into hiding by demise threats. Conservative columnists and information retailers additionally have been named in Coomer’s lawsuit, filed in Colorado, the place the corporate relies.

Powell didn’t instantly reply to a request for remark.