Sidney Powell is one of those great people that comes along every so often in our lives that wants to make a difference.

The problem is that there are so many other people out there that don’t want to make a difference that they try to overrun people like her. They throw as much money and evil liberal influence around that they use it as an attempt to quiet them

It’s one of the things that we cannot stand for as a people and we have to fight for the ability to say what we know is right.

Taking an action long promised to be “imminent,” Dominion Voting Systems has sued right-wing lawyer Sidney Powell. The company seeks damages to the tune of more than $1.3 billion for “wild” and “demonstrably false” allegations against the company that Powell made through “conspiracy theorists, con artists, armchair ‘experts,’ and anonymous sources.”

“During a Washington, D.C. press conference, a Georgia political rally, and a media blitz, Powell falsely claimed that Dominion had rigged the election, that Dominion was created in Venezuela to rig elections for Hugo Chávez, and that Dominion bribed Georgia officials for a no-bid contract,” the 124-page complaint states.

As previously reported by Law&Crime, Powell was one of roughly a dozen people and entities that received some 21 retraction demands, legal threats and preservation notices from Dominion last month, but the company said that the threat of litigation did not chasten her.

“After Dominion sent Powell a letter putting her on formal notice of the facts and the death threats and asking her to retract her false claims, Powell doubled down, tweeting to her 1.2 million Twitter followers that she heard that ‘#Dominion’ had written to her and that, although she had not even seen Dominion’s letter yet, she was ‘retracting nothing’ because ‘[w]e have #evidence’ and ‘They are #fraud masters!’,” the complaint notes.

The lawsuit, which alleges two counts of defamation per se and deceptive trade practices, refers to those death threats seven times, which were given chilling detail in letters Dominion previously sent to news networks. The company recounted employees being told “I hope you get execute [sic] with chainsaw” and “Your days are numbered!”

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