Plot Twist: President Trump Could Be ‘Reinstated’ Over This

A member of Donald Trump’s legal team Sidney Powell revealed this weekend that it was possible, even likely, that the Former President can “simply be reinstated” as President and Commander-in-Chief. She believes it’s legally possible or Trump to fill the rest off Joe Biden’s term given the overwhelming evidence of voter fraud and general malfeasance during the 2020 election.

Sidney Powell is currently being sued by Dominion Voting Systems – the company that provided voting machines used across the country in 2020 – who is under intense scrutiny as more proof of ballot tampering emerges from certain battleground states.

Powell dropped this bomb at a Conservative conference, which also featured Trump’s former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. Gen. Flynn has also mirrored Trump and Powell’s sentiment about the widespread voter fraud during the November election.

“There’s never been a presidential election overturned, but there are cases where the results of an election were changed. But just because a president hasn’t been reinstated, doesn’t mean it can’t be done. President Trump should be reinstated a new inauguration date set,” Powell said, garnering massive applause from the audience.

At the peak of Trump’s accusations of voter fraud, Sidney Powell spearheaded the Trump campaign’s efforts to battle the 2020 elections results. However, after a few ‘controversial’ statements in the press, lead attorney on Team Trump, Rudy Giuliani, thought best it was time to let Powell go. Along with fellow Trump lawyer Jenna Ellis, the two released a joint statement distancing themselves from Powell and her efforts.

After Powell claimed Trump could “simply be reinstated’ to President of the United States, Jenna Ellis immediately took to twitter to deny any association with that approach to reinstall the Former President

The lawsuit against Powell is a doozy – Dominion is asking for over $1 billion in damages. But Powell insists she’s innocent of wrongdoing, saying her critical statements about the voting machine company were merely “opinion” and are protected under the First Amendment.

Dominion accuses Powell of “lying” about the company to “enrich herself financially and politically.”

Dominion has denied the allegations of fraud and has also filed lawsuits against Giuliani, Fox News, and MyPillow founder Mike Lindell.

Author: Asa McCue