We’re not surprised by the dismissal. We will see[k] emergency review,” Powell said in an email statement to The Epoch Times. “All the judges seem to be reading from the same DNC script. They are willfully blind to the greatest fraud in history.”
The lawsuit, filed against the Wisconsin Elections Commission and Gov. Tony Evers, alleges that “massive election fraud” and violations to the U.S. Constitution and Wisconsin Election Code occurred during the recent general election, which allowed hundreds of thousands of “illegal” ballots to be counted. The suit cites dozens of eyewitness accounts, and statistical anomalies and mathematical impossibilities provided in sworn testimony by expert witnesses to back up its claims.
At the center of their argument is that the software employed by counties to count the ballots, Dominion Voting Software, contains vulnerabilities that makes it susceptible to significant fraud, and that the software was used to manipulate the election outcome, the lawsuit alleged.
The lawyers also alleged that state and election officials had violated the U.S. Constitution and Wisconsin Election code by changing election rules amid the pandemic that effectively “favored” Democratic absentee voters over Republican voters, and enabled and facilitated voter fraud.
The plaintiff, a Republican elector in the state, seeks to de-certify the state’s election results or, in the alternative, order the defendants to “certify the results of the General Election for Office of the President in favor of President Donald Trump.” It also attempts to block Evers from transferring currently certified election results in Wisconsin to the Electoral College, and seeks voter data and equipment in order to allow the plaintiff to arrange a forensic audit and inspection.
The suit also asks for several declarations from the court, including one that declares “absentee ballot fraud occurred in violation of Constitutional rights, election laws, and under state law.” The case was filed in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin.
Chief United States District Judge Pamela Pepper dismissed the case late Thursday, ruling that the federal court has “no auth….