Citing unproven claims of fraud, she asked U.S. District Judge Timothy C. Batten Sr., an appointee of former President George W. Bush, for emergency injunctive relief in the form of the reversal.
Specifically, Ms. Powell proposed the judge issue an order directing Georgia Gov. Brian P. Kemp and his secretary of state, Brad Raffensperger, “to de-certify the election results.”
Ms. Powell also requested the judge enjoin Mr. Kemp from transmitting the currently certified election results and to instead “transmit certified election results that state that President Donald Trump is the winner of the election.”
Representatives for the Georgia governor’s office did not immediately respond to messages seeking their reaction to the emergency motion filed by Ms. Powell.
Ms. Powell has since filed suit in Georgia, as well as similar litigation she is pursuing in federal court in Michigan, where she also alleges fraud occurred.
She previously asked the court to de-certify Mr. Biden’s win in Georgia in her initial complaint Wednesday, but her emergency motion requests the judge act immediately while the case is pending.
Ms. Powell has alleged that election hardware and software made by a company called Dominion Voting Systems was manipulated to help make Mr. Biden the winner. Dominion said her allegations are senseless, baseless and “physically impossible,” and that its employees have received death threats since Ms. Powell began pushing those claims.