Sidney Powell Influential Lawyer Ranking

Sidney Powell Influential Lawyer Ranking — Sidney Powell has been named the world’s fourth most influential lawyer by US MENA Inc & World Report/ TOP Lawyers.

Ms. Powell, a former federal prosecutor, has courageously revealed the massive danger facing America’s citizens due to level of corruption in government we would have thought impossible just a few short months ago.

Don’t despair and don’t hate. Just simply join Ms. Powell in telling the truth. If you are not sure of the truth, ask questions.

Why can’t Georgia produce chain of custody records for 355,000 absentee vote by mail ballots deposited in drop boxes?

Sidney Powell Influential Lawyer Ranking

Why is Maricopa Couny (Phoenix) fighting so hard to keep its election records from being audited?

Why were certified election observers kept 20 feet away — a distance at which it is impossible to observe — from the counting of hundreds of thousands of ballots in Philadelphia?

Why is the establishment media avoiding — or distorting — the reporting of these matters?

There are logical explanations for these and others. Do you have the courage to face them?

Sidney Powell Lawyer Ranking

7 thoughts on “Sidney Powell Influential Lawyer Ranking”

  1. As a strong conservative who firmly believes that the election was stolen from Trump, I cannot imagine why conservatives still align themselves with Sidney Powell. Perhaps at one time she truly was a fighter for justice and perhaps she genuinely has proof that the election was stolen. However, she has lost all credibility (with me anyway) due to her recent statements that are noted below. There appears to be something VERY wrong with this woman.

    First, Powell opposed Trump and told Georgians not to vote in the Senate runoff in January.
    Many Republicans indeed stayed home and the results for our country are proving disastrous. Perhaps they didn’t stay home because of what SHE said, but the fact remains, she encouraged them NOT to vote. Considering how crucial this election was, WHY would she ever do that?

    When she was sued by Dominion for her claims of election fraud (which might very well have been true) it was noted by Breitbart that she argued that “no reasonable person’ would have believed her claims about election fraud and she is therefore not liable.” WHAT???

    In my opinion, with “friends” like her, we don’t need enemies. Does anyone have any rational explanation for her statements? I’ve posed this question to many conservatives and have yet to receive an answer. I’m all ears.

  2. Thank you Bill for the clarification of the FIRST point. That is, that Breitbart misinterpreted the legalese. It certainly is a rational explanation.

    However, you still didn’t present a reason for why she told Georgians not to vote in the January runoff. That was just beyond the pale. I can’t imagine the excuse for that ridiculous suggestion from her.

    1. I think there is some misinterpretation there too and conflation with Lin Wood.

      By Dec. 31, she was telling people to vote, on Rush

      and on Twitter:

      The Dec. 2 conference appears to have been an attempt to pressure the state GOP to do a serious investigation into the voting system, which she was convinced remained rigged.

      FWIW, I think she was right and the Senate election was stolen too.

      1. I don’t buy it Bill. It was a VERY STUPID thing to say, no matter what the context. Breitbart reported: (
        “Attorneys Sidney Powell and Lin Wood held a press conference in Georgia on Wednesday, where Powell told the crowd not to vote in the upcoming Senate runoff election, a message that directly contrasts with President Donald Trump’s call for Georgians to turn out to vote for Republican Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue.”

        It’s like when the NYT prints fake news and then corrects it on the back page days later. The damage was done. Someone who is supposedly such a fantastic lawyer should be more circumspect in what they say, particularly to a public that hears what is SAID, rather than examining suggestions for all possible meanings. I haven’t changed my mind. She’s lost her credibility with me. A great reporter, Lou Dobbs, lost his job, possibly because she kept saying that she had the proof, she had the proof, it was coming out, it was coming out, and it never did. WHY? What a shame!

        As I said, I totally agree that Trump won the election. One good indication was that the down votes were so much higher than the top of the ticket. That is extremely unusual and suspicious. However, Sidney Powell’s shenanigans were damaging in many ways.

        1. I see your point, and I agree that Sidney shouldn’t have said what she did on Dec.2. OTOH, I don’t think she’s one of the bad guys.

          I’d obviously prefer to have Perdue and Loeffler but I don’t think either is clean. The most troubling — I’m not going to say puzzling — thing about them is their unwillingness to fight the steal. I don’t think either really wanted Trump re-elected.

          Lin Wood is a puzzle. The bat-sugar crazy stuff he is saying is being ignored when it shouldn’t. Roberts and Pence should act. He’s far transcended the public figure standard for defamation. I guess both hope he’s just ignored but I think you can safely put the number who believe him in the millions.

          I think they have a duty to sue him.

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