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Sidney Powell Sounds The Alarm, Says Alleged Voter Fraud Witness Is In the Hospital After Beating

During an interview with Fox News host Sean Hannity on Monday evening, attorney Sidney Powell stated that a voter fraud witness was beaten up and sent to the hospital. The comment from the attorney came as she made the argument for witness protection for voter fraud witnesses.

Powell said: “They’re gonna lose their job. Their lives have been threatened. Uh, one witness we know of got beaten up and is in the hospital. There have been all kinds of repercussions against people who have come forward to tell the truth. And no, Democrats don’t like whistleblowers, they only like liars who claim they’re whistleblowers.”

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During a separate interview on Monday with Fox Business host Lou Dobbs, Powell called for the complete reconstruction of the FBI and Department of Justice.

“It affects the bedrock of our democratic republic,” Powell started as she detailed fraud in the 2020 election. “It can’t be allowed to stand and, frankly, I’m about to think the entire FBI and the entire Department of Justice need to be hosed out with Clorox and firehoses.”

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Powell has been very aggressive in recent weeks as she presents her case of voter fraud to the American people. Last Wednesday, Powell filed a 104 page bombshell complaint in the state of Georgia relating to alleged voter fraud.

“The Kraken came down to Georgia on this Thanksgiving Eve in the form of a 104 pg BOMBSHELL complaint exposing the massive fraud that overwhelmed the 2020 Georgia Elections,” reported Abigail Frye on Twitter. “Georgia, you are most certainly on our minds. Link to filing to come, stay tuned!”

The complaint made several bombshell accusations including one where Powell called for nearly 100,000 ballots in the state to be tossed.

“Additionally, incontrovertible evidence Board of Elections records demonstrates that at least 96,600 absentee ballots were requested and counted but were never recorded as being returned to county election boards by the voter. Thus, at a minimum, 96,600 votes must be disregarded,” the complaint reads.

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