Sidney Powell's legal team assembled a binder of election fraud claims and other materials that support their claims disputing the integrity of Joe Biden's seeming victory.
The 270-page binder was given by Powell's staff to Zenger News on Wednesday ahead of an interview in which Powell reaffirmed her allegations that White House officials were blocking her access to President Trump after the former federal prosecutor says she was verbally offered a role as special White House counsel to investigate fraud, according to The Washington Examiner.
Powell could be seen with at least part of the binder's contents during a recent visit to the White House.
Evidence in the binder contains some of the materials Powell has cited as she asserted there was voter fraud and foreign interference in the 2020 election.
According to the Examiner, the binder contains FBI and Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency alerts about Iranian hackers targeting election-related systems, the Homeland Security Department designation of election infrastructure as critical infrastructure, a version of White House trade adviser Peter Navarro's report on alleged voting irregularities, a report from an examination of Dominion Voting Systems equipment in Antrim County, Michigan, which has been rejected by state and company officials, and letters from Democratic lawmakers over the years raising concerns about electronic voting systems equipment.
President Donald Trump refuses to concede the election to Biden.
"What are they all trying to hide? American elections are supposed to be easily auditable and transparent," Powell told the Washington Examiner last week.
"That's why Federal law punishes the failure to keep all records for 22 months with up to one year in prison. This is important not only to the United States but to the world. There is no way of hiding this fraud and 'moving on' as if any election could ever be trusted again. Our entire government seems to have become a big lie and coverup. The American people are 100% fed up with it."
Trump also huddled earlier this month with conservative lawmakers who are planning to object when the House and Senate meet on Jan. 6 to certify the Electoral College results.
"See you in Washington, DC, on January 6th. Don’t miss it. Information to follow!" the President tweeted.