Powell was answering a question by Bailey regarding the “viable paths” that persist to a second Trump term.
“There are multiple cases pending in the Supreme Court,” Powell said. “We have four states in play in our petitions for emergency mandamus to ask the court to decertify Arizona, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Georgia because of all the massive fraud there,” she said. A mandamus is a type of court order that forces action, in this case, decertification of Electoral College votes in the states in question, which were cast on Dec. 14 for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
Powell encouraged viewers of the program to review the filings and associated documentation in the cases, which she said add the many charges of fraud in the 2020 election.
In the Arizona petition to the U.S. Supreme Court, the petitioners note their main allegation is that “the 2020 General Election was tainted by constitutional election fraud on a scale that has never been seen before in America, where hundreds of thousands if not millions of illegal, fraudulent, ineligible or purely fictitious ballots were cast for Biden (along with hundreds of thousands of Trump votes that were intentionally destroyed, lost or switched to Biden), and this massive fraud changed the outcome from a Biden loss to a Biden ‘win.'”
State election officials, the Department of Justice, and others have hit back against allegations of extensive voter fraud in the 2020 election, while the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has called the Nov. 3 election “the most secure in American history.”
Although, Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe reportedly approved in early December that there was foreign meddling in the 2020 election.
“Well DNI Ratcliffe leads the 17 intelligence agencies and he has access to the most highly classified information that is held by the U.S. government. And he told CBS News that there was foreign interference by China, Iran, and Russia in November of this year and he is anticipating a public report on those findings in January,” CBS correspondent Catherine Herridge announced on Dec. 3.
Bailey then asked Powell whether the Jan. 6 joint session or even, the Jan. 20 inauguration, is “the end of the path” or whether, if more proof of fraud gets revealed, it is still likely that there would be a second Trump term. “It’s definitely possible because the Supreme Court can do what it wants to do,” Powell said, adding, “but it gets more difficult the longer it takes.”