Dominion Voting Systems has attempted to refute any claims that they are biased towards the Democratic party, but a number of startling connections have made it impossible for them to hide it anymore – and they have finally come clean.
Dominion confirmed that it has donated money to the Bill and Hillary Clinton run Clinton foundation and did not dispute the fact that a former staffer for Democrat House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was hired by the company as a lobbyist.
Dominion claimed in a statement about the donation that it was a “one-time philanthropic commitment,” saying in full, “Dominion made a one-time philanthropic commitment at a Clinton Global Initiative meeting in 2014, but the Clinton Foundation has no stake or involvement in Dominion’s operations, the nonprofit confirmed.” It added: “The meeting included bipartisan attendees focused on international democracy-building.”
Dominion also linked to an AP report that noted that former Pelosi Chief of Staff Nadeam Elshami “is part of a lobbying team representing Dominion, according to public disclosures.”
Dominion has been at the center of controversy since Election Day after Antrim County, Michigan, showed Joe Biden beating President Donald Trump before the results were reversed, with county officials saying the error was due to the county clerk not updating software.
Trump campaign attorney Sidney Powell, over the weekend, alleged that Smartmatic and Dominion were used to bolster Biden over Trump.
“We’re getting ready to overturn election results in multiple states,” Powell said on Fox Business, adding that she has enough evidence of election fraud to launch a widespread criminal investigation. “I don’t make comments without having the evidence to back it up.”
“They can stick a thumb drive in the [voting] machine, they can upload software to it even from the Internet … from Germany or Venezuela even,” Powell said, adding that operations “can watch votes in real-time” and “can shift votes in real-time,” or alleged bad actors can “remote access anything.”
Powell also submitted an affidavit from a whistleblower who has come forward alleging that these voting softwares were designed to “rig elections.”
“He saw it happen in other countries,” she said, referring to election hardware and software by Dominion Voting Systems and Smartmatic, or perhaps other software and machines.
Powell also referred to a 2019 investigation by Democratic Sens. Amy Klobuchar, Elizabeth Warren and Ron Wyden as well as other Democratic lawmakers into Dominion Voting Systems, Election Systems & Software, and Hart InterCivic. The senators had expressed concerns about the security of the voting systems.
“(W)e have concerns about the spread and effect of private equity investment in many sectors of the economy, including the election technology industry—an integral part of our nation’s democratic process,” wrote the lawmakers in their letters to the firms about a year ago.
“These problems threaten the integrity of our elections and demonstrate the importance of election systems that are strong, durable, and not vulnerable to attack,” they continued.
Dominion, meanwhile, has stated that these claims of voter fraud are “conspiracies” and are “100 percent false.”
Meanwhile, Smartmatic, in a statement, said last week that it has no ties with Dominion, but according to Dominion the two firms partnered together in the Philippines and said it bought some assets from Smartmatic-linked Sequoia about 10 years ago, adding that the two companies had legal disputes.