Sidney Powell: ‘I Don’t See How Any Good Christian Can Certify a Fraudulent Election’

Sidney Powell: ‘I Don’t See How Any Good Christian Can Certify a Fraudulent Election’

Attorney breaks down exactly where they are at right now

Attorney Sidney Powell has revealed the next steps for America in the prevention of the 2020 election being stolen.

During an interview with Flashpoint, on the subject of Vice President Mike Pence, Powell said:

“I don’t see how any good Christian can certify a fraudulent election.”

Sidney Powell broke down exactly where they are at right now (December 31, 2020) and as much as she could without jeopardizing their strategy she told us what to expect next.

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Powell also encouraged all churches to open on Sunday and to pray for our country.

Her remarks come after Lawyer Lin Wood claimed Mike Pence could face arrest and even execution for treason.

“If Pence is arrested, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will save the election,” Wood wrote.

“Pence will be in jail awaiting trial for treason.”

“He will face execution by firing squad”

“He is a coward and will sing like a bird and confess ALL.”

“Look carefully at those who are calling me insane & urging my arrest,” Wood tweeted Friday night.

“What is their agenda? Do they have something to hide & do not want TRUTH revealed?”

“You will have to make your own choice as to whether you believe in me.”

Trump campaign lawyer Jenna Ellis wrote:

“To be clear: I do not support the statements from Attorney Lin Wood. I support the rule of law and the U.S. Constitution.”

Wood responded to Ellis Saturday, writing that he was fighting for both “7 years before you were born.”

Nick Sandmann challenged his former lawyer, Lin Wood for claiming Vice President Mike Pence could face arrest and even execution for treason.

Sandmann wrote on Twitter, sharing Wood’s message:

“I’m sorry but what the hell.”

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