I came across the expression “we could might be able to [...]” a few times (although it seems that this expression occurs very rarely).
Example #1 (source):
That adds about 7KB minified, and we could might be able to include it as an optional dependency
Example #2 (source):
If this is the actual problem, we could might be able to use 'cluster_host_map' to map the resource to the host-name.
Example #3 (source):
If we automatically had one context for each pipeline stage and an additional status for each failed job we could might be able to do that in a completely generic way.
Is this construction grammatically correct in English? If no, then why? If yes, then why would one choose to use it, and how is it different from “we could be able to [...]” or “we might be able to [...]”?
There exists a similar question, but it does not mention this particular expression, so I am asking this question to clarify the situation.