Trump allies Sydney Powell and Lynn Wood urge Georgians to boycott Senate run
By Amy Gardner and David Weigel
Former Trump campaign lawyer Sidney Powell led a rally in a suburb of North Atlanta in which he urged hundreds of presidential supporters not to participate in the Senate because he said the state’s voting machines were not credible.
“I would urge all Georgians to make it known that you will not vote unless your vote is secure,” Powell said. “There should be no run-up. Not on certain Dominion machines. ”
Powell falsely claimed that machines built by Dominion voting systems were hardened to give more weight to Biden’s votes than to Trump’s, that hand counting is an evening, and that state and local election officials are destroying evidence of ballot and other fraud . He did not present any evidence of his claim.
Another Trump aide, Lin Wood, who helped draw Wednesday’s incident, claimed, “We will not vote on your declaration machines made in China. We are going to vote on machines made in the USA! ”
Wood aims to be the Republican leader of almost every state in Georgia, including Loffler, Perdue, Governance. Brian Kemp, Secretary of State Brad Rafensparger, and State Party Chairman David Schaefer, however, stood by some of Trump and his false echoes. Fraud claims.
“If they don’t fight for Donald Trump, including Loffler and Perdue, send everyone home!” The wood exclaimed to the crowd. “You’re a criminal!”
Powell insisted that results had changed in Georgia and other states, affecting the up and down of the vote, although a hand audit of all ballots completed last month found that to be impossible. He suggested holding a fully-fledged election with a paper ballot “signed and thumbprinted,” which would violate the constitutional requirement for Georgia’s secret ballot.