The Denver-based company, Dominion Voting Systems, released a very revealing statement on Thursday.

The Arizona Senate’s demand for passwords to ballot tabulators- and Dominion has a response to their request.

Maricopa County elections witness Jan Bryant testified before the Arizona legislature back on November 30, 2020. Bryant said that Maricopa County officials DID NOT RUN THE ELECTION!

Two Dominion employees in the audit center ran the election. This explains why Maricopa County officials do not have Admin passwords or access to the Dominion voting machines. They never had them!

Dominion was refusing to comply with the subpoena to turn over the passwords, according to America’s Audit Director Ken Bennett told OAN earlier in the week.

What are they hiding?

In their statement published today Dominion attacked the forensic auditing team performing the audit.

Dominion defended the controversial EAC group that rubber-stamped the previous counting of ballots.

And Dominion then said they will not release the passwords to the Maricopa County voting machines.
They will NOT ALLOW any auditors to look at their machines.

This is very telling. What are they afraid of?

According to Brahm Resnik Twitter post, “NEW “No company should be compelled to participate in such an irresponsible act”: Dominion Voting Systems responds to Arizona Senate Republicans’ demand for passwords to ballot tabulators.”

Via Brahm Resnik.

Sources: The Western Journal, The Gateway Pundit,

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4 Responses

  1. Lisa

    just hand it over already, this is going to happen whether you like it or not…you are just stalling because you are TERRIFIED at what they are going to find

  2. WhiteFalcon

    Since in the long run I don’t see the results being overturned even if it is found out that Trump won, which I believe he die, the simple and effective way to fix the situation is to declare Dominion voting systems to be in violation of the law and outlaw any of their systems or any of their software form ever being used again, and then impound their machines as evidence.

    • WhiteFalcon

      sorry about the typo above. This site won’t let me fix it.


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