Sidney ‘Kraken’ Powell spotted at White House, ‘blocked’ from Trump

by Jon Fleetwood | ​December 22, 2020


The President is considering attorney Sidney Powell for a special counsel role to investigate voter fraud, according to The Guardian.


She was seen leaving the White House at 9 pm ET, according to CNN.

The New York Times (NYT) reports that Powell’s special counsel role would scrutinize “rigged voting machines.”


New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman stated in a tweet that Powell was at the White House Sunday night to pitch “an executive order on seizing voting machines to examine them, per a person with knowledge of the meeting.”

Haberman also reported that Powell might not have met with the President himself but with “others in the White House.”


Although it is unclear whether Powell has accepted the role, NYT notes that President Trump has “asked about Ms. Powell being given security clearances to pursue her work.”


“[W]e need a party that's going to fight and we have some great congressmen and women that are doing it and we have others, some great fighters,” said during a Monday call to head of Turning Point USA Charlie Kirk.


“But we won this in a landslide, they know it, and we need backing from, like, the Justice Department, and other people finally have to step up” Trump continued.

Rudy Giuliani, Trump’s personal attorney, also said on Newsmax’ Spicer and Co. that “there was fraud. I’m telling the truth and they are lying.”


Giuliani continues, “And not only are they lying—they’re practicing a level of censorship that is so un-American that it’s frightening; going back to banning any evidence about the Biden hard drive which proves that the Biden crime family is a 30-year-long criminal syndicate.”


Giuliani indicated Powell is not officially part of Trump’s special counsel at this moment, though she was seen at the White House at least three times over four days.

Powell told The Washington Examiner that she is worried “The president knows this election was stolen, but he is not getting the support he, the Constitution, and the Republic deserve.” She continued, “His own people are misleading and undermining him while protecting their own careers and agendas.”


Powell feels her efforts were “met with hostility” and that she’s been “blocked” from the President since she “raised the public formal findings and even more evidence of the foreign interference from Iran and China in this election.”

According to former Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne, who was present at the meeting, Sidney Powell was officially declared to be special counsel by President Trump during the meeting.


Powell is currently litigating two lawsuits on behalf of President Donald Trump—one in Michigan and one in Georgia—which are docketed with the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS).