Attorney Sidney Powell, claiming President Donald Trump won in a "landslide," is demanding access to the Zoom meeting where she said a Georgia official made the decision not to "perform a real audit" as part of the state's election recount.
Her comments came in a tweet late Tuesday in the form of an open letter to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.
She wrote: "Dear @GaSecofState. Please consider this an open records act request for the #Zoom meeting of today's date with electors & your refusal to perform a real audit to include envelopes & all documents required. #TrumpLandslide."
Powell has agreed with President Donald Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, that she does not work on the president's legal team.
"I will represent #WeThePeople and seek the truth," she said on Sunday. "I intend to expose all the fraud and let the chips fall where they may. We will not allow the foundations of this great Republic to be destroyed by abject fraud."
In an interview with Fox Business's Lou Dobbs on Tuesday, she announced she intends to file a lawsuit on Wednesday.
"The defendants are going to be folks in Georgia who are responsible for, supposedly, making sure that the elections in Georgia are done properly," she said. "And there are just countless incidents of voter fraud and election fraud writ large in Georgia."
Fox News noted that neither Powell nor Raffensperger responded to an email seeking comment about her request for the Zoom meeting.
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