letter to the editor

Despite election, impeachment, Trump still has huge support

Seventy-four million people voted for President Donald Trump. Many of the 74 million believe their vote was stolen and feel under attack for their beliefs.

Sidney Powell has been lead counsel in 500-plus federal appeals cases. She was Assistant U.S. Attorney, past president of the American Appellate Lawyers and Bar Association of the Fifth Appellate Circuit and has written many books — and is one of the lawyers looking into the election fraud. She included the declaration of Navid Keshavarz-Nia in her Georgia complaint. Keshavarz-Nia stated under oath there was massive computer fraud in the 2020 Presidential Election.

Who is Navid Keshavarz-Nia? The New York Times wrote a lengthy article, “How One Man Conned the Beltway,” which cited Keshavarz-Nia’s superb ability to detect fraud. Keshavarz-Nia has done cybersecurity and technical counterintelligence work for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), National Security Agency (NSA) and FBI. His qualifications include a B.A., M.A and Ph.D. in various areas of electrical and computer engineering. He has advanced training from the Defense Intelligence Agency, CIA and NSA. I could use my entire letter to list his qualifications because it took seven paragraphs to list them in his declaration signed to support the Georgia complaint. See Powell’s Georgia complaint for more details.

Powell once stated, “I don’t say anything I can’t prove.” She stated that we have hard evidence of 450,000 ballots from key states with only Biden selected and no down-ballot votes. Experts claim this would be mathematically impossible.

She exposed the CIA’s “Hammer & Scorecard” cyber warfare software applications used against other countries to switch votes and appears to have been used against President Trump.

Keshavarz-Nia stated Hammer & Scorecard are real. The courts would not hear the evidence Powell and her team had amassed.

The concern about election fraud is not about Trump the person, but the integrity of our voting systems. If this can be done to President Trump, who is next? Can any conservative ever have a chance to be elected president, or to any office for that matter? Please note it is not a question of can a Republican be re-elected to office, but can a conservative be elected to office again?

President Trump spoke for the voiceless among us. He brought more minorities into the Republican Party than any other president. How was he repaid? Ten Republican Congressmen voted for his impeachment. Eleven Republican senators, including our own two, Sens. Marsha Blackburn and Bill Hagerty, came out at the 11th hour to serve up a commission to appease Trump supporters. A commission that would take 10 days to set up, gather information and come out with a prearranged statement that some irregularities were found — but not enough to change the election outcome.

The Senate impeachment that is to come is to send a message to conservatives that the Trump days are over. President Donald Trump should start his own party. Seventy- four million people will be there to stand with him.

The leftist and “never Trumper” Republicans may have won the battle, but not the war.

A note: the use of the words battle and war are figures of speech and should not be taken literally.

Brenda Miller, Farragut