Dominion Voting Systems was scheduled to testify before the Pennsylvania legislature. Oh no! This is it! The company is voluntarily coming forward to lay waste to the kooky “conspiracy theory” that they rigged the election software. Trump’s legal case is going to completely fall apart, and we will all have to roll over in shame and admit that we’re crazy for thinking that voter fraud took place in the 2020 election. Doom! Gloom! Oh, wait… Hey, does anyone know why Dominion Voting Systems just ran out of the room?
For an event so anti-climactic, I can’t stop laughing at what just happened in Pennsylvania. This was Dominion Voting Systems’ big chance to clear their name. If the voting machines used by 1.3 million Pennsylvanians are clean-as-a-whistle and just provided a fair-and-square election, all they had to do was sit down for a couple of hours and present their case. They’re the ones with the data, and this was their opportunity to hit us with it.
And… they’re gone.
At the very last moment before the hearing was set to start, the Republican-controlled legislature in Pennsylvania was informed that Dominion had left the building. The company would not be testifying or presenting any data, and if the PA legislature wants to talk to Dominion company executives, they’ll have to contact Dominions’ lawyers.
State Government Committee Chair Seth Grove asked, “How hard is it to say, ‘Our ballot machines worked exactly as promised and they’re 100 percent accurate?”
I have a sneakin’ suspicion we’re never going to hear Dominion Voting Systems issue that statement under oath.
Pouring more salt into the wound, Rep. Grove continued: “Why would a vender of public goods fear discussing their product sold to the public for the public good? If Dominion’s products were successful and operated as they were supposed to, why wouldn’t Dominion take the opportunity to publicly review its success?”
Hahahahaha! I don’t know anything about Rep. Grove, but I like the cut of his jib. I hope he runs for US Congress for the good people of Pennsylvania one day.
Those are all good questions. They’re very fair and honest questions. The taxpayers in more than two dozen states, including Pennsylvania, paid Dominion Voting Systems millions of dollars for their voting machines and vote-counting software. The taxpayers are the customer, and they have a right to know whether these machines are reliable and accurate, or if there is something more nefarious going on?
Why is it so far-fetched for someone to believe that a voting machine that’s hooked to the internet cannot be hacked or manipulated? It happens to the banking system all the time!
If hackers can set up an algorithm to swipe one-tenth of a penny from a million randomized bank customers and transfer it to an offshore account, and then let it run to steal hundreds of thousands of dollars every month, why is it a “conspiracy theory” to think that vote-counting software can’t be programmed to flip one random Trump vote to Joe Biden at set randomized intervals?
Spoiler alert: That’s absolutely possible and any first-year programming student at a community college can tell you how to do it.
If Dominion Voting Systems is on the up-and-up, why did they just run away and refuse to answer questions under oath?
This really was Dominion Voting Systems’ big chance to stick it to their accusers on Donald Trump’s legal team. It was the company’s opportunity to clear their “good name,” if they have one. To be honest, I had a seed of doubt that was making me feel a little bit nervous about the hearing. What if the president’s legal team is just blowing smoke? What if Dominion walks into this hearing with hard data that proves their machines are so well encrypted that tampering with the results is impossible?
Trump’s legal team is not blowing smoke. Dominion Voting Systems is not going to let anyone look at their vote-counting data, which is supposedly on servers located on foreign soil where it can’t be subpoenaed. Isn’t that convenient?
In lieu of answering any questions or providing any proof that they didn’t attempt to steal the election for Joe Biden, Dominion Voting Systems would like us all to just take their word for it.