Attorney Lin Wood has raised the possibility of foreign interference with the presidential election results in Georgia, hinting the state’s governor and secretary of state may have to deal with “potential prison terms.”

“Dominion + Kemp + Raffensperger = Foreign Interference With U.S. Election,” Wood tweeted on Monday, Nov. 30, referring to Gov. Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.

“Do you think lawyers for @BrianKempGA & @GaSecofState are advising clients on potential prison terms or is it just me?” Wood wrote, linking his question directly to both election chiefs in Georgia.

Wood was responding to a tweet from journalist Kyle Becker who cited 11Alive reporting “A newly purchased Dominion Voting Systems mobile server had crashed on Saturday in Georgia’s Fulton County.”

In its article, 11Alive wrote that the Dominion server crash in Georgia’s most populous county caused a delay of recount requested by President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign.

Fulton County officials said, “Technicians from Dominion have been dispatched to resolve the issue,” but Becker updated in his tweet, “Our witness said someone REMOVED the server!”

Wood started a suit naming Kemp, Raffensperger, and several members of Georgia’s election board on Nov. 24 by publishing evidence of election fraud against the state’s governor and secretary of state.

In the lawsuit, there is a detailed affidavit from a witness who said he witnessed Venezuelan officials working with the election software company Smartmatic to rig elections in that country. In addition, the testimony said that Dominion Voting Systems uses software that incorporates much of the Smartmatic system.

Wood’s colleague, lawyer Sidney Powell, on Nov. 25 also filed a 104-page lawsuit stating “massive voter fraud” in Georgia that rigged the 2020 election for Democratic candidate Joe Biden.

In the filing, Powell said a scheme centered on modern “ballot stuffing” hidden by voter machine algorithms and alleged that Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and Iranian agents had access to Dominion Voting Systems software to manipulate the U.S. election. 

Powell accused Kemp and Raffensperger, both are Republican officials, of having “rushed through the purchase of Dominion voting machines and software in 2019 for the 2020 Presidential Election” without due diligence and disregarded safety concerns. 

In a tweet on Sunday night, Wood said that the election and then recount tabulations in Georgia have no integrity, and taxpayers in the state had to pay $107 million for Dominion election theft machine.

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