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While the mainstream media and Joe Biden continue to proclaim he’s the president-elect, the presidential election results remain uncertified.

The controversy bubbling around Dominion Voting Systems, in particular, has transformed into a roiling boil.

Election clerks used Dominion equipment, reliant on Chinese components, in Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, Arizona, and Nevada — hotly-contested battleground states where the presidential election results remain unresolved.

The claims from conservative activists center on unsubstantiated allegations that Dominion, through vulnerable equipment, partisan executives, or a combination of the two, altered the election results. Yet circumstantial evidence has given credence to the misgivings a growing number of conservatives genuinely feel about Dominion’s free reign in the handling of tens of millions of electronic ballots.

A finalized agreement between Dominion and California’s Santa Clara County states its staff may “adjust tally based on review of scanned ballot images.”

Concerns over the lack of oversight have increased given the voting system manufacturer’s deep ties to Washington, D.C.’s ruling elite. Eric Coomer, Dominion’s Director of Strategy and Security, has long been associated with the Democrat Party’s upper echelon. Recent unconfirmed rumors link Coomer to Antifa and politically explosive social media comments, including, “Trump won’t win. I made f***ing sure of that.”

No one has presented evidence to support those claims, but reports have thoroughly documented Dominion’s executives cavorting with the political class to expand their influence.

Meanwhile, Rudy Giuliani dumped cold water on Dominion and, its top competitor, Smartmatic’s claims their equipment is impervious to election interference. Those assertions, coupled with the Department of Homeland Security’s statement calling the 2020 election the most secure in American history defy sworn testimony before the House Administration Committee on January 9 of this year.

Election security expert Eddie Perez warned members of the Committee that Dominion and its competitors’ verbal agreement to support new regulation and reporting requirements may not be enough to guarantee voting machine security.

Dominion currently serves 40% of voters in the United States. Despite increased scrutiny, it expanded its marketplace coverage from 2016 to 2020 through success co-opting lobbyists connected to both parties’ leaders.

However, the company’s links to Democrats appear more numerous, including firms affiliated with Nancy Pelosi, George Soros, and even Robert Mueller.

While the cumulative information doesn’t provide indisputable proof, it doesn’t inspire confidence in our election system’s integrity.

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Thomas Blackwell
Thomas Blackwell
4 days ago

I read Monday of this week, buried in another election story, and do not know if it is true, but it should be looked into, that Nancy Niut Case Pelosi’s HUSBAND is part of the money behind the DOMINION VOTING MACHINES, if true the “glitches” were likely not “glitches” but deliberate illegal vote tampering.

Stephen Russell
Stephen Russell
4 days ago

rigged with Systematic too for bad votes worldwide

4 days ago

It is not who or how they vote, it is who counts the votes.

Allegations Swirl Around Dominion Voting Systems But Are They Accurate?Not even close, it is much worst than being reported.