Sidney Powell Misspellings Trump 2020 Election Lawsuit


Sidney Powell’s ‘Kraken’ lawsuits are filled with misspelled words

Everyone noticed the glaring mistakes.


Zachary Petrizzo


Posted on Nov 26, 2020

Former Trump attorney Sidney Powell filed a lawsuit on Wednesday night in Georgia, which was hyped to “release the Kraken.” But instead, the 104-page document was full of spelling errors.

Powell, who was thrown under the bus by the Trump legal team, has moved to attempt to overturn the 2020 election results by claiming that the vote counter machines were rigged.

The lawsuit alleges “the scheme and artifice to defraud was for the purpose of illegally and fraudulently manipulating the vote count to make certain the election of Joe Biden as President of the United States.”

Yet, the lawsuit didn’t quite hit the mark; as The Daily Beast’s Will Sommer first pointed out late on Wednesday night, there are many mistakes in the fillings.

Sommer wasn’t alone. A lot of people also noted that “district” was misspelled twice as “districct” and “distrcoict.”

The amount of errors were quickly mocked online.

Attorney Luppe Luppen attempted to correct the many errors made in penning the lawsuit, which proved to be messy.

“It reads like it was drafted by Jeanine Pirro after a Black Friday sale at BevMo,” Attorney Ken White tweeted, referring to the Fox News host.

Attorney Bradley Moss also ripped Powell over the length of the lawsuit, adding that it lacked actual substance.

On Thursday morning, Powell filed another lawsuit in the state of Michigan. And again, Powell’s lawsuit was filled with spelling and spacing errors.

Right-wing outlets such as the Gateway Pundit and the National Pulse covered the Powell lawsuits as the “mother of all lawsuits” and “bombshell,” while neglecting to highlight the many grammatical errors.

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*First Published: Nov 26, 2020, 11:08 am CST