This is as shady as it gets.
News just broke out that 100 of the 243 employees of Dominion Voting Systems have deleted their LinkedIn job profiles.
According to reports, there were 243 employees working for Dominion a couple of days after the election, now there are only 128.
That’s a big drop, which raises major suspicions.
— Jim Hoft (@gatewaypundit) November 17, 2020
BREAKING REPORT: Since Election Day, over 100 of 243 Dominion employees on LinkedIn have deleted their profiles. 🤔🚨
— George Revere™️ (@george_revere) November 17, 2020
DOMINION VOTING EMPLOYEES ARE DELETING THEIR LINKEDIN ACCOUNTS EN MASSE!!!! pic.twitter.com/gLISR8UqdY
— Gags ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ (@csevaluation) November 17, 2020
Jim Hoft over at the Gatewaypundit dropped these details:
Since a couple days after November 3rd, Election Day in the US, more than 100 of 243 Dominion Employees have deleted their profiles on LinkedIn.
This is not a good sign for a company. Over 40% of Dominion’s employees with profiles on LinkedIn on Election Day in the US have eliminated their profiles from the social media giant.
On November 6th, a couple days after Election Day, there were 243 employees on LinkedIn. Yesterday there were only 140 profiles remaining.
— Scott Baio (@ScottBaio) November 17, 2020
COVER THEIR TRACKS: Dominion Voting Machine employees delete their Linkedin profiles ? pic.twitter.com/9keqTpQBt9
— Bruce Porter, Jr. (@NetworksManager) November 17, 2020
Why would employees from Dominion all decide to delete their LinkedIn profiles after the election?
They have to be covering their tracks and identities.