A lawyer who filed lawsuits to help President Donald Trump overturn the result of elections in several states said there is plenty of time for the team to work.
"We have at least until Dec. 14," Powell said, referring to the Electoral College vote date.
"We might file more suits. The court in Michigan or Wisconsin today just gave us a great order recognizing that. These are not pure election contests we are filing," Powell said. "These are massive fraud suits that can set aside the results of the election due to this fraud at any time. The states should not be certifying election results in the face of it."
Powell, who represented retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, has filed several lawsuits to overturn the results of the 2020 election. Trump's team last month said that Powell was not a part of their team after she made an appearance alongside Rudy Giuliani and fellow Trump lawyer Jenna Ellis.
Several states and media outlets so far have called Joe Biden the winner. The Epoch Times hasn't declared a winner in the presidential contest due to the outstanding lawsuits and other processes.
A hearing was scheduled for Dec. 7 in Powell's lawsuit attempting to convince a judge to allow outside experts to examine Dominion Voting Systems machines in Georgia.
U.S. District Judge Timothy Batten Sr., a George W. Bush appointee, scheduled the hearing after an appeals court dismissed an appeal from the plaintiffs, represented by Powell and others.
It came after an appeals court denied the appeal last week.
Powell also alleged that some witnesses who reported election fraud were harassed and threatened in recent days.