Former Federal Prosecutor Working For Trump Team Tells Lou Dobbs She Has Seen Evidence Of Voter Fraud (VIDEO)

Sidney Powell is a former federal prosecutor working for the Trump campaign.

During a recent appearance on the Lou Dobbs show, she revealed quite a bit about what she believes is solid evidence of voter fraud, most of it having to do with Dominion, the voting software used in numerous states.

Powell made it clear that what has been uncovered will be exposed.

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Sidney Powell, a former federal prosecutor and member of President Donald Trump’s legal team, said Friday night his campaign has collected a mountain of evidence revealing widespread election fraud linked to Dominion Voter Systems software.

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In an interview with Fox Business Network’s Lou Dobbs, Powell said the company’s software was initially created to “produce altered results” in Venezuelan elections in favor of the late left-wing leader Hugo Chavez but has since been exported to other countries for the purpose of stealing elections, including in the United States.

“I can hardly wait to put forth all the evidence we have collected on Dominion,” she said, adding that the software was funded by money from Venezuela and Cuba…

“As soon as the states shut down on Election Night and stopped counting, those are the states where the most egregious problems occurred,” said Powell, who went on to claim that the Trump campaign is also uncovering evidence regarding “the financial interests” of some governors and secretaries of state “who actually bought into the Dominion systems.”

Watch the video below:

Millions of Trump supporters can’t wait to hear what she has uncovered.

Hopefully she will reveal it all soon.

 

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