Dominion Voting Systems reportedly sent a harshly worded letter Wednesday evening to Sidney Powell, demanding she retract the “wild, knowingly baseless and false accusations” about alleged voter fraud involving Dominion’s machines.
“While you are entitled to your own opinions, Ms. Powell,” the letter reads, “you are not entitled to your own facts,” before stating that Powell’s claims were “predicated on lies” and had “endangered Dominion’s business and the lives of its employees.” (RELATED: Republican Georgia Election Official Gabriel Sterling Explodes On Trump For ‘Inspiring’ Violence With Election Claims)
The Trump campaign formerly distanced itself from Powell following a November press conference at the Republican National Convention, where she claimed that Dominion had colluded with Hugo Chavez and Venezuelan communists to rig the election, which, according to The New York Times, Dominion denied in its letter.
The company added that it also does not have any ties to “Big Foot” or the “Loch Ness Monster.” Dominion’s letter further noted that Powell’s pubic claims were not included in any of the election lawsuits Powell filed, all of which had been dismissed by federal judges.
Powell has more recently focused her attention on the Georgia Senate runoff elections, partnering with lawyer Lin Wood to urge Georgia residents not to vote Republican unless Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger overturn the results of the 2020 general election. (EXCLUSIVE: Trump Allies Go To War With Former Democrat ‘Con Artists’ Lin Wood And Sidney Powell Over Senate Runoff Comments)
A number of top national Republicans, and members of President Donald Trump’s own inner circle, have harshly criticized Powell and Wood’s rhetoric.
Powell did not return the Daily Caller’s inquiries by press time.