WATCH: Sidney Powell in new Newsmax interview says deadline NOT Dec. 8th, talks BAGS of SHREDDED ballots, pre-marked Biden votes and more

Attorney Sidney Powell was on Newsmax TV last night and dropped several information bombs that contradict, again, the narrative of the MSM. Including that the fraud cases do NOT have to be wrapped by December 8, as people keep reporting.

“Well actually, with the fraud case, the December 8th, the deadline doesn’t apply,” said Powell to Newsmax’s Grant Stinchfield. “We have at least until December 14th.”

That’s a pretty big deal, y’all.

“We might file more suits, but a court in Michigan and Wisconsin today just gave us a great order recognizing that,” she said. “These are not pure election contests that we are filing, these are massive fraud suits that can set aside the results of the election due to this fraud at any time. And the states should not be certifying the election results in the face of it.”

Powell also explained who the Kraken is, and said that she has in her office right now “a huge bag of shredded ballots.”

“I can’t wait to see what that discloses,” she said. “And there are more on the way.”

“The people of America aren’t going to allow our President to be defeated by fraudulent election mechanisms, and these people have used every manner and means of voter fraud you can imagine. It was heavily coordinated, it was heavily funded,” she said.

Seems like the legal actions from both the Trump team and Powell’s separate investigation aren’t even close to over. Courts continue to reject complaints brought by Trump, but the cases continue. And Giuliani pointed out this weekend that they don’t even need the courts to take action.

“The simple fact is, we don’t need courts. The United States Constitution gives sole power to the state legislator to decide presidential elections,” he said on Hannity. “In fact, if we go back to the Founding Fathers, they would tell us that we are making a mistake.”

So yeah, definitely seems like there will be more to come from all the lawyers.

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