Two sources in direct contact with President Donald Trump’s legal team tell National File that CNN’s claim that the Oval Office meeting on Friday included arguments about martial law was fake. There were Oval Office arguments, however, relating to whether Sidney Powerll should be appointed as a Special Counsel to investigate voter fraud that occurred in the 2020 election.
CNN reported that martial law was a topic that was discussed “during the meeting in the Oval Office, one of the people said.”
President Trump took to Twitter to refute the claim, calling it “Fake News.”
While General Michael Flynn and Attorney Sidney Powell did participate in the Oval Office meeting, the alleged disagreement was instead about whether or not Sidney Powell should be named Special Counsel to investigate the vast evidence of widespread voter fraud that occurred the 2020 US election.
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows and White House Counsel Pat Cipollone reportedly argued against Powell being named Special Counsel, as National File reported.
Matt Morgan has previously been blamed for the campaign’s lackluster initial handling of the numerous claims of election fraud in the early hours of Wednesday, November 4.
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows and White House Counsel Pat Cipollone were present at the meeting and reportedly pushed back against the notion of naming Powell as special counsel to investigate the widespread evidence of mass voter fraud in the 2020 election.
This comes as DNI Ratcliffe delayed the official report on foreign election interference due to new intelligence surrounding Chinese operations information amid the aftermath of the SolarWinds breach, which President Trump said “may be” China, as National File reported.
SolarWinds ties to China are beginning to make their way into public view amid the announcement of the cyber breach that reportedly struck the company in March. SolarWinds board director Kenneth Hao “led the establishment” of a $75 billion investment firm into China, as National File reported.
In Sidney Powell’s Georgia lawsuit, an analyst for the 305th Military Intelligence battalion said that DVS software was being accessed by China, as National File reported.
National File was able to quickly verify that Powell quoted a former member of the 305th in the lawsuit, which declared that “a former electronic intelligence analyst under the 305th Military Intelligence with experience gathering SAM missile system electronic intelligence” told her that “the Dominion software was accessed by agents acting on behalf of China and Iran” to manipulate the election.