(Republican Party News) – Attorney Sidney Powell spoke with Howie Carr just last year, stating that their legal team has a lot of smoking guns they can and will use during the course of court cases concerning the 2020 presidential election. She also went on to say during that conversation that some of the witnesses she has might have to obtain protection from the witness protection program.
According to Gateway Pundit, this means that the clock is ticking for those individuals who have been involved in the theft of a United States presidential election. These cases need to be underway, and the truth needs to be presented to them so that we can create measures that will ensure this level of fraud never happens again.
One of the biggest updates to come from MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell’s cyber symposium came about as a result of the work of CodeMonkeyZ, otherwise known as Ron Watkins, who provided some images from before and after software updates done on Dominion Voting Systems in Mesa County, Colorado (screen shots here and here).
During Watkins’ presentation, there were a number of connection and audio issues that Watkins had to overcome in order to get his information out to the masses.
Howie: "Are you going to have the smoking guns to present to the courts?"@SidneyPowell1: "We've got a number of smoking guns. And we may have to get witness protection for them."
— Howie Carr (@HowieCarrShow) November 20, 2020
“On Tuesday night Mesa County Colorado Clerk Tina Peters stepped forward as the whistleblower behind CodeMonkeyZ’s explosive report on Dominion Voting Machines last week. Tina Peters leaked documents to Ron Watkins, CodeMonkeyZ, last week before the planned Lindell Symposium. The Gateway Pundit reported on this leaked information last week,” another GP report said.
“This morning during Watkins’ presentation CodeMonkeyZ told the crowd his attorney Ty Clevenger had advised him to stop his review until Colin Hayes returns hard drives to Mesa County. Apparently, the hard drives were taken without permission,” the report said.
There's been a bit of drama at today's "cyber symposium" as Ron Watkins aka CodeMonkey (who is likely Q) reada statement from his lawyer that they need to stop their "data review" because hard drives may have been "taken without authorization" from Mesa County. pic.twitter.com/nSf4HqrHl6
— Justin Baragona (@justinbaragona) August 11, 2021
The report went on to say that hard disks have not been stolen from Mesa County, Colorado. Another source went on to say that the hard drives were never removed from the County Clerk’s Office. The copies of these hard drives were released to the public. No stolen hard drives exist.
It’s hard to believe that this kind of voter fraud occurred on U.S. soil, but it did. There is just far too much evidence to deny it. If we are honest with ourselves and really seek the truth, we know what side we have to be on in this battle. We must preserve our election system.
Without it, we have no liberty.
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