Larry O'Connor (h/t sundance) has the most intelligent, informed, interview I've heard so far with Sidney Powell regarding the case she plans to bring within the next two weeks. O'Connor is well prepared and asks many of the right questions. He moves the interview along (just about 20 minutes) but allows Powell to answer fully. Powell for her part is quite forthcoming.
Powell is not plugged into any single theory of fraud--she recognizes several possibilities and combinations of possibilities. In that regard she discusses some of the evidence that has so far been gathered, while stressing that this process remains ongoing.
Between now and December 14 her goal is to have "the outline" of a case ready to file in federal court--it's a matter right now of coming to grips with huge amounts of evidence, and that process will continue.
She continues to state that she's appalled that DoJ/FBI hasn't seized all voting machines in every states and reiterates: the problems are not only with Dominion machines, but with all machines she's aware of.
Both parties have benefited at different times from the corrupt processes introduced into our electoral system by Dominion and related actors, who are in it for the money.
There should be no Georgia runoff that uses the current machines--there should be an injunction against proceeding with the current system in place.
She repeats allegations of kickbacks for adopting Dominion systems--specifically mentioning Georgia.
She addresses the question: If the fraudsters were able to manufacture ballots in sufficient numbers to match the electronic manipulation, why bother with the electronic manipulation? Her response is that it was necessary in order to keep the count proceeding. She points again to the counting stoppage in multiple swing states which, she says, was necessary because the Red Wave of Trump votes had gotten so far ahead of the fraudsters manipulations--the Red Wave "broke the algorithm."
O'Connor points out that everything that Powell has said about the Mueller/Flynn case has been borne out--her reliability is a matter of record. (Powell interjects that all has still not been revealed in that case.) O'Connor says this in the context of Tucker Carlson's accusations. Powell gives her account of her dealings with Carlson.
UPDATE 1: For a cogent defense of Trump's legal team and a response to the "Trump's lawyers don't know what they're doing" crowd, I suggest Sally Zelikovsky's article today at American Thinker: The Trump Team's Real Strategy. Zelikovsky covers some of what I've been saying--but in more detailed form and with additional argumentation. Excerpt--but read it all:
First, let me just dismiss outright any claims that Rudy is incompetent. ...
..., I suspect the state court strategy (including all the legal maneuverings withdrawing and initiating suits) is about buying time and deflection -- using the system to launch suits that knowingly do not have a high degree of success but take time.
... While attention is paid to the legal maneuverings around relatively insignificant cases, the real heavy lifting is going on with Sidney Powell’s leg of the investigation. Her claims involve broad, systemic fraud that could affect tens and hundreds of thousands of votes, maybe even millions. The state cases are penny-ante dalliances that might or might not have legs but, in any event, won’t change much in terms of the vote count. They do provide Powell with the cover she needs for a deep dive into these systems and gives her time to uncover the evidence Tucker Carlson and Erick Erickson feel entitled to have yesterday.
Assuming there is evidence, that doesn’t mean it is sufficient to turn the election or throw it to the Congress. Trump still might lose. At the very least, he will have outed the undeniable corruption in our election system and sown doubt as to the legitimacy of a Biden/Harris administration -- all which helps with the Georgia run-offs, the mid-terms, and a Trump campaign in 2024.
As to the claims that this is all a bluff or a conspiracy, one must ask who gains what? Trump’s attorneys have everything to lose, including their licenses for a scam on the American public. Nor does the President have anything to gain. ...
Let’s hold onto what our reason tells us is happening and see where we are come December 14th which, in political years, is an eternity.
UPDATE 2: H/T TexasDude. I Know Sidney Powell. She Is Telling the Truth. Do yourself a favor and read it.