Sidney Powell Strikes Again
Bringing sloppy to the outrageous.
Look, anyone who has read this site for even a brief amount of time knows that I am hardly innocent in the realm of typos. Indeed, over the years of writing here, and in my published work, I have long learned the value of editors, as well as confirming my own poverty of skill in the realm of proof-reading my own work.
Nothing, I have learned, is a more useful means of identifying errors than to have something go to print.
Still, good grief.
Both of Powell’s latest lawsuits were riddled with typographical errors.
The Michigan lawsuit, which was on the court website, was frequently marred by formatting problems that removed the spacing between words. For example:
In the Georgia complaint, which was only available on Powell’s website, the word district in the court name was misspelled twice on the first page of the document. First there was an extra c for “DISTRICCT” and then, a few words later, “DISTRCOICT.”
That is pretty remarkable, especially since most word processing software would readily underline those words in red.
At a minimum, her claims are absurd and her behavior has been outrageous. And now I guess we can add sloppy to the list.
Side note, to go along with James Joyner’s earlier post, Powell represented Michael Flynn.