PENNSYLVANIA Republicans say dominion voting systems failed to attend a committee hearing in Pennsylvania.
The controversial voter software company implicated in the US election fraud scandal was expected to testify & answer questions the bi-partisan committee would have had at the routine post-election meeting – but according to the committee chairman, the company went back on their agreement and refused to attend.
Committee chairman Seth Grove said “Instead of stepping into the light of integrity, dominion voting systems retreated into the darkness. Why? Why would a vender of public goods, fear discussing their product sold to the public, for the public good. If dominions products were successful and operate as they were supposed to, why wouldn’t dominion take the opportunity to publicly review its success.”
Dominion has failed to comment on this. House member Dawn Keefer said that 14 counties one of which she represents used dominion in this election, approx 1.3 million people – nearly 20% of the vote.
See Dominion’s US footprint:
“When Dominion said they were coming and answer questions, this was an opportunity for them to demonstrate who they were, services they were providing, the products they were selling us, and how they were being utilised. To give the voters the confidence they are looking for.”
Source: NTD News
Dominion says it is a non-partisan company and not biased towards Democrats, but they confirmed an estimated $2.5 million donation to Clinton Global Initiative and the hiring of a former staffer of Democratic house speaker Nancy Pelosi as a lobbyist.
It was also reported via a RT on Trump legal team member Sidney Powell’s Twitter that Dominion staff were deleting their Linkedin profiles in a co-ordinated manner, and that their software engineers are in Serbia.
See RT from Sidney Powell’s Twitter: