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Making sense of the news about Sidney Powell

You probably already know that Trump’s legal team announced that Sidney Powell is not a team member.  The brief statement leaves unanswered the most important question: “Why?”  Absent solid information, speculation leads us either to “This is the beginning of the end” or “This is all part of the plan” — and I’m leaning to the latter.

Events happened with head-spinning speed.  On Thursday, Trump’s legal team held a press conference.  Rudy Giuliani talked about traditional voter fraud (cemetery voters, faked ballots, etc.); Sidney Powell talked about corrupt, or corruptible, election software, a familiar topic to the State of TexasNPR, and MSNBC; and Jenna Ellis reminded the press that the conference was not an evidentiary hearing but was, instead, an opening statement.

For over a week, Powell has been making the media rounds, asserting that the system used in several states — Dominion Software, running on Smartmatic machines — originated in Venezuela when Hugo Chávez wanted a system that could cleanly swing elections his way.  She spoke about votes being counted abroad, software changes, and vote manipulation over the internet.

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