Sidney Powell team doubles down on debunked election claims in attempt to avoid sanctions
Sidney Powell speaks on November 19, 2020, during a news conference at the Republican National Committee headquarters in Washington, D.C.. - MANDEL NGAN/Getty Images North America/TNS

DETROIT — A court should not sanction Sidney Powell and other attorneys involved in filing a Michigan election lawsuit filled with conspiracies and unfounded allegations because, among other reasons, they say in their response that the allegations are provable. Powell and her team have not provided any credible evidence to support any of their incorrect claims that the Michigan election results were fraudulent, instead presenting false reports that rely on conjecture, inaccurate information or misleading testimony. In the pleading filed in a Detroit federal court on Friday though, the attorney...