Dominion Tries To Defend Itself – IOTW Report

Dominion Tries To Defend Itself

After putting out a statement like this, you’d think the company would sue Sidney Powell for slander. Of course, that would mean submitting themselves to the discover process by the defendant.

Statement from Dominion Here

14 Comments on Dominion Tries To Defend Itself

  1. Every one of those Dominion statements should be either verifiable or refutable by simple public record and statement searches.

  2. Whoa! Hyperbole much? Again, they’re going after style over substance.

    “bipartisan election officials” — That’s a real knee slapper!

  3. So they’re throwing election officials and poll workers under the bus. Perfect. What say you, whistlebowers?

  4. Let me get this straight; By “their” logic, they can’t and shouldn’t be held liable for their machines and software being used for nefarious purposes. Kinda like…..Blame the “shooter” not the “gun”.

    Oh that’s gonna open a big can of shit for the Lefties. Hypocrisy on display!!!!

  5. Your Honor, I’d like to submit Exhibit #1.

  6. Me thinksie Dominion doth protest way too muchsie.

  7. That Dominion statement reads like it came from some public relations firm and was written by a new intern fresh out of a high school writing class. WTF?

  8. The corrupt officials have had plenty of time to”fix” the machines so fraud can’t be detected. Were ANY machines confiscated?

  9. “Dominion Voting Systems is the gold standard for transparent and accountable voting equipment.”

    Sounds like they gave themselves an award. Is there a Nobel Prize for treason?

  10. It’s on, let it rock! MAGA 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

  11. “…Dominion’s systems are secure as certified by the U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC). In fact, all voting systems must provide assurance that they work accurately and reliably as intended under federal U.S. EAC and state certification and testing requirements.”

    And what would be the consequences of their not being ‘accurate and reliable?’ My best guess would be that they can’t be used.
    Regardless of any previous status, they must provide proof of acceptable performance for certification after any and all software upgrades that occurred subsequent any prior certification.
    They’re really just flinging shit over there.
    Red herrings, too.
    If their systems were upgraded and not certified after that act, they are simply unacceptable. That’s the law, and nothing else should be argued about, until after they prove their status.

  12. “Dominion Voting Systems is the gold standard for transparent and accountable voting equipment.”

    Hahahahaha!….”the gold standard.”

    ThE gOLd sTaNdArd, damn you! 🤪

  13. I understand the entire state of Texas decided against using them.
    One wonders why…


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