November 27 – After the U.S. election day, the Trump campaign legal team has launched legal challenges in several key states to question the voting results.
According to a US media report on the 26th, a lawyer who has been fired by the Trump team insisted on filing another lawsuit in two states, and her lawsuit was full of wrong words.
According to American media such as Business Insider and Capitol Hill, Sidney Powell, a lawyer for the Trump team, often promotes conspiracy theories and has been expelled from the team before.
However, she posted the lawsuit against Georgia and Michigan on her website on the 25th and retweeted it on Twitter. Business Insider’s verification confirmed that the lawsuit has indeed been sent to federal court.
However, the U.S. media noticed that these dozens of pages of lawsuits are not only full of the same conspiracy theories, but also many spelling and formatting mistakes. On the first page of the Georgia lawsuit, the word “district” was spelled twice by Powell and the wrong law was different.
In addition, punctuation and typography problems are also frequently found in the files.
According to the report, Powell also attended the press conference with Trump lawyer Giuliani on the 19th, and just a few days later, the Trump team issued a statement “dissociating the relationship” saying that Powell was “doing legal work alone”.
Sources told The New York Times that this was because Powell’s idea was “too conspiracy theory”. In addition, U.S. media mentioned that Powell also served as the lawyer of former national security adviser Flynn, who has just been pardoned by Trump.