Sidney Powell Promises “EPIC” Lawsuit As She Separates From Trump Legal Team

( Texas attorney Sidney Powell, who famously represented General Michael Flynn, released a statement on Sunday promising that she would continue fighting despite the Trump campaign clarifying that she is not an official representative of their legal team. Powell promised an “epic” lawsuit that will focus on her huge claims of voter fraud based on the Dominion voting machines.

In the statement, which was released via retired General Michael Flynn owing to a 12-hour Twitter suspension, Powell said that she never signed a retainer to represent the president.

“I agree with the campaign’s statement that I am not part of the campaign’s legal team,” she said. “I never signed a retainer agreement or sent the President or the campaign a bill for my expenses or fees.”

Powell also said that her intent has always been to “expose all the fraud [she] could find and let the chips fall where they may – whether it be upon Republicans or Democrats.”

The suggestion, should her theory be correct, could mean that Republicans caught up in an alleged vote-buying scheme could get caught out by her upcoming lawsuits.

“The evidence I’m compiling is overwhelming that this software tool was used to shift millions of votes from President Trump and other Republican candidates to Biden and other Democrat candidates,” she added. “We are proceeding to prepare our lawsuit and plan to file it this week. It will be epic.”

Powell’s acknowledgement that she is not a representative of the president’s team does not suggest animosity, and as some commentators have noted, could in fact be a strategy.

Steve Cortes, an official advisor of the Trump 2020 campaign team, said on Twitter that Powell’s case is a criminal case that she is aggressively pursuing.

“The campaign’s case is primarily a Constitutional one,” he added.

“Both can work.”

Jenna Ellis, an official legal representative of the Trump campaign, promoted Powell’s statement showing that there is no bad blood.

During an interview with Lou Dobbs on Fox on Monday, Rudy Giuliani also described the parting of ways as simply a matter of the lawyers “pursuing two different theories.”