I guess it’s better late than never.
After months of ducking questions and interviews, it looks like representatives from Dominion Voting Systems will finally break the silence.
The CEO of Dominion Voting Systems John Poulos sent a letter Wednesday to Michigan’s Senate Committee Chairman Ed McBroom, informing him a representative from the company could testify at a hearing next week.
Poulos was quoted in the letter saying “I appreciate the opportunity to correct the baseless and defamatory claims being made about our systems”.
John Poulos couldn’t be more wrong considering in Antrim County alone over 6,000 votes were taken from Trump and given to Biden.
Dominion Voting Systems agrees to testify before Michigan Senate Oversight Committee https://t.co/ihHiH6iRH0
— MLive (@MLive) December 10, 2020
Dominion Voting Systems tells Michigan Senate committee it can testify next week https://t.co/3rReUy4Qnb
— Detroit Free Press (@freep) December 10, 2020
New: The CEO of Dominion Voting Systems sent a letter Wednesday to the head of the Michigan Senate Oversight Committee, stating the company could have someone available to testify next week https://t.co/jimR05Rkw6
— Dave Boucher (@Dave_Boucher1) December 10, 2020
The Detriot Free Press had the full scoop see what they had to share:
Representatives from the voting systems company at the heart of election conspiracies and allegations say they are available to testify before the Michigan state Senate next week.
John Poulos, CEO of Denver-based Dominion Voting Systems, sent a letter Wednesday to Senate Oversight Committee Chairman Ed McBroom, R-Vulcan, informing him someone from the company could testify at a hearing Tuesday or Wednesday next week.
In the letter, provided to the Free Press, Poulos thanks McBroom for the opportunity to testify about what he called “the continuing malicious and widespread disinformation campaign” against his company.
“I appreciate the opportunity to correct the baseless and defamatory claims being made about our systems. They are harmful not only to Dominion, but also to the countless hardworking election officials across the State, as well all Michigan public officials elected through a fair process,” Poulos wrote.
JUST IN: Dominion Voting Systems has agreed to have a representative testify before the Michigan House Oversight Committee. https://t.co/e6ArUvJxM5
— ABC12WJRT (@ABC12WJRT) December 10, 2020
ABC 12 News also covered the story:
The chief executive of an election tabulation machine manufacturer has agreed to testify before a Michigan Legislature investigative committee about the state’s Nov. 3 election results.
Republican State Rep. Matt Hall of Marshall said Dominion Voting Systems CEO John Poulos sent a letter indicating the company will send a representative to testify before the House Oversight Committee, of which Hall is the chairman. A date for the hearing wasn’t announced.
The Michigan House and Senate Oversight Committees are looking into alleged irregularities with the Nov. 3 election and working to provide transparency about the process.
Dominion has refused to testify in the past but now after almost a month after the election, they are ready to speak.
They must have found the right people to lie for them.