Sidney Powell’s Kraken needs an editor. Despite being cut loose from President Donald Trump’s legal team, Powell is forging ahead with her election-conspiracy crusade to overturn Joe Biden’s presidential win. But the conservative attorney’s self-described Kraken keeps getting its tentacles tied in a knot of typos and errors — including the recent backward claim, later amended, that a pernicious voting algorithm took votes from Biden and flipped them to Trump.
Powell corrected the error later Friday, citing CNBC as she explained the mistake to a federal appeals court, which she is asking to decertify the results of Georgia’s presidential race. It also asks the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit to order Georgia officials to “preserve all data on the Dominion System” and allow “Republican Electors to audit” that system in 10 counties.
And here’s the result.
🚨BREAKING: 11th Circuit DISMISSES Georgia Kraken appeal. 🐙
Trump and his allies remain 1-44 in post-election litigation.https://t.co/QjoooN47HA
— Marc E. Elias (@marceelias) December 4, 2020
Opinion by Judge Brasher, a 39-year-old appointed to the appeals court by Donald Trump this summer. https://t.co/fWET56b2Wx
— Chris Geidner (@chrisgeidner) December 4, 2020