Dominion Election Software

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I see that Dominion failed to show up today for a hearing in PA where they'd be asked questions about their systems. Is there anyone from Dominion defending their systems? Their company is getting pounded. You'd think they'd be making statements about the validity of their products. A quick search doesn't show anyone in the company even putting out press releases, much less answering questions. Instead what you're seeing is a company where the employees are distancing themselves from the firm. Really strange behavior for a company whose main product is being blasted. If you find something where Dominion is defending themselves, especially under oath, please do share the info. Thanks.
Hugo Chavez was planning to show up, but he just couldn’t make it.
 

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Were they required to show up?
The State of PA is one of their biggest customers, and what's happening in PA impacts what their other customers will do in the future. Their decision to not try to even defend their products is a strange one. Either they can't defend their products from a voter integrety standpoint, or they don't want to defend them. Either way, it's a big tell.
 

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Hugo Chavez was planning to show up, but he just couldn’t make it.
You're gettin' confused, it was Fidel Castro that was going to show up to help Warnut in the GA Senate race. Fortunately for Warnut Castro already made the trip...
 

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The State of PA is one of their biggest customers, and what's happening in PA impacts what their other customers will do in the future. Their decision to not try to even defend their products is a strange one. Either they can't defend their products from a voter integrety standpoint, or they don't want to defend them. Either way, it's a big tell.
So, that's a "no"?
 

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So, that's a "no"?
From a "do they want to survive as a business" standpoint, I'd say yes, they need to show up and start defending their systems. Who knows what their game plan is? It's sure a strange marketing strategy: people blasting their products as being totally inept, and the response is to go into hiding. Unless of course, the primary features of their products do not have anything to do with tabulating an accurate vote count...
 

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From a "do they want to survive as a business" standpoint, I'd say yes, they need to show up and start defending their systems. Who knows what their game plan is? It's sure a strange marketing strategy: people blasting their products as being totally inept, and the response is to go into hiding. Unless of course, the primary features of their products do not have anything to do with tabulating an accurate vote count...
Everything is going to work out little buddy. The only people blasting are....well you know who.
 

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I see that Dominion failed to show up today for a hearing in PA where they'd be asked questions about their systems. Is there anyone from Dominion defending their systems? Their company is getting pounded. You'd think they'd be making statements about the validity of their products. A quick search doesn't show anyone in the company even putting out press releases, much less answering questions. Instead what you're seeing is a company where the employees are distancing themselves from the firm. Really strange behavior for a company whose main product is being blasted. If you find something where Dominion is defending themselves, especially under oath, please do share the info. Thanks.
You think they want to get shot by some rightwing nutjob?
 

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From beyond the grave: one of the many remarkable moments of the off the rails "Elite Strike Force Team" presser. Richard Nixon actions appear almost sane by comparison to this blatant Keystone Kops coup.
From a "do they want to survive as a business" standpoint, I'd say yes, they need to show up and start defending their systems. Who knows what their game plan is? It's sure a strange marketing strategy: people blasting their products as being totally inept, and the response is to go into hiding. Unless of course, the primary features of their products do not have anything to do with tabulating an accurate vote count...
get the server the US military got from Spain.
 

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From a "do they want to survive as a business" standpoint, I'd say yes, they need to show up and start defending their systems. Who knows what their game plan is? It's sure a strange marketing strategy: people blasting their products as being totally inept, and the response is to go into hiding. Unless of course, the primary features of their products do not have anything to do with tabulating an accurate vote count...
Yeah. Let’s think about this a moment.
 

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Moscow Mitch

If he touched coke he would be dead, he already looks dead.
Oh yeah. I forgot. We’re still pretending that Russia is a big thing but that election tampering and fraud is ridiculous. Nice job.
 

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Moscow Mitch

If he touched coke he would be dead, he already looks dead.
In 6 months he'll just be a giant open bleeding wound with turtle lips. But he'll still block Biden's judicial appointments.
 

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Look at what these two crazy conspiracy theorists were saying way back in...2019:
 

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Look at what these two crazy conspiracy theorists were saying way back in...2019:
And who blocked the voting integrity bill in congress, Republicans...
Democrats are the ones who have been pushing to ensure secure elections for years as demonstrated by your story.
 

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Look at what these two crazy conspiracy theorists were saying way back in...2019:
Wildly misleading. The letter was actually sent to all 3 of the big voting machine vendors.




It mentions Dominion only once:



The vote switching mentioned is in South Carolina:



And South Carolina actually uses machines from Election Systems & Software.



I mean seriously, what a piece of trash that article is
 
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Look at what these two crazy conspiracy theorists were saying way back in...2019:
Wildly misleading. The letter is actually addressed to a completely different company.




It mentions Dominion only once:



The vote switching mentioned is in South Carolina:



And South Carolina actually uses machines from Election Systems & Software.



I mean seriously, everything that the article could get wrong it did. Just a complete lie from top to bottom.
Thanks - you must be tired from all your debunking!!!:):)

There's a reason that's coming from the Examiner and not the Post; akin to hometown papers and the differences the Post & Times
 
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