There are a lot of known facts about Dominion Voting Systems, yet speculation over the unknown persists…
This speculation and these rumors could be laid to rest if Dominion as a corporation came out with proof to show us that their machines are truly ‘safe and secure’.
Instead all we seem to get are lawsuits….
If Dominion truly wants people to stop alleging that these machines have critical faults, or worse—they were directly rigged by the company itself, then perhaps they should give people a technical demonstration.
Give us some facts, figures, and technical displays proving that these machines are safe, and then maybe people would trust them more, but until that time trusting what Dominion has to say is like ‘trusting the science’.
This is why VoterGA will be holding a hearing in an effort to ban Dominion technology from Georgia this Wednesday:
LIVE 11:00AM EST! VoterGA Motion Hearing to Ban Dominion https://t.co/uo5rf2Lh8M
— Jennifer Asper (@j3669) December 15, 2021
According to Big League Politics:
The motions hearing will take place virtually via Zoom courtesy of Fulton County Superior Court at 11 AM on December 15, 2021.
“A complaint filed by VoterGA and Rep. Philip Singleton against the state of Georgia to ban the Dominion Democracy Suite 5.5 System will have a motions hearing,” stated the nonpartisan nonprofit citizen election integrity group VoterGA, which added, “The U.S. District Court has already ruled that the voting system does not comply with Georgia laws.”
It won’t make a difference nothing will make a difference till they stop all this bullshit and all this rigging of the machines nothing will make a difference https://t.co/pZbdzDzvFO
— angelforever (@lilrascal01) December 12, 2021
Georgia has a hearing to 100% ban dominion voting systems!. I guarantee their will be no charges handed down for poll workers who aided in the crime of stealing the 2020 election!.
— Jeremy Camp (@jeremylcamp) December 14, 2021
Axios had more on some of the recent legal developments between Dominion and pro-Trump attorneys:
A federal judge in Colorado on Monday ordered two lawyers who brought an unsuccessful lawsuit challenging the 2020 election results to pay more than $186,000 to cover the legal fees of the groups they sued, including Facebook (now Meta) and Dominion Voting Systems.
Driving the news: Magistrate Judge N. Reid Neureiter said the lawsuit “has been used to manipulate gullible members of the public and foment public unrest.”