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al44 Member Level  Friday, 11/27/20 04:40:35 PM
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Confused by Sidney Powell’s ‘Kraken’? One Blogger Simplifies it all in Graphics

November 27, 2020 by David Blackmon

If legal lingo confounds you, or you are like so many millions of Americans today and just do not have the attention span required to plow your way through it all, or you are just a dadgum visual learner like I am, you have likely been waiting for someone, anyone, to boil Sidney Powell’s “Kraken” lawsuit in Georgia down into a format that allows you to grasp exactly how overwhelming and legally powerful it really is.

Riding in on a white horse comes a guy named Doug Ross, who publishes an excellent daily blog of his own. Mr. Ross has applied his keen analytical skills and taken the time needed to boil the Kraken down into a series of graphics that even an old visual learner like yours truly can easily grasp.

Here are a couple of examples:



In all, Ross boils the essence of the Kraken down into 9 compelling and frankly overwhelming graphic slides.

Follow this link and go read and absorb the rest of them.
https://directorblue.blogspot.com/2020/11/infographic-shocking-allegations-of.html

If after doing so you still do not understand why the Democrats and their corrupt media toadies are investing so much time and energy in smearing Powell and her effort here, well, I don’t know what else to say to you.

The Kraken is very real and should be taken very seriously.

Stay tuned.

That is all.

https://dbdailyupdate.com/2020/11/27/confused-by-sidney-powells-kraken-one-blogger-simplifies-it-all-in-graphics/

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