Dominion is folding their tent. They needed to pack up their tent years ago. Riddled with “bugs” that were well documented, it was a wonder the company managed to survive this long. Murdock lost his nerve at Fox and didn’t ride out the threats Dominion made to complete the work that Musk did at Twitter. Clean out the house. But then again we have our judicial system which at times are a concern.
We were left with some good discovery Fox put together that should count for something. I will throw into the mix the documented cases of problems Dominion had, especially here in PA. Of course I know of it since it hit the local news only. One could speculate how other towns and burbs fared with the company elsewhere. I have covered Dominion and other election software companies for over ten years. Most of the other electronic voting companies don’t do much better.
Here we go Gateway Pundit:
It’s been just over a month since the $787.5 million settlement between Dominion and Fox News was announced only hours before the defamation lawsuit was due to go to trial.
Despite that windfall, Dominion CEO John Poulos told TIME that the bad publicity has damaged the company’s reputation beyond repair.
“It basically put us into a death spiral,” he said of the alleged defamation. “And by accusing us of the greatest American crime in history, it turned us, as one of our customers has described, as the most demonized brand in the United States.”
A month ago, Dominion Voting Systems seemed like a dragon slayer. The conservative news behemoth Fox News had just agreed to pay Dominion $787.5 million to settle a defamation suit that was hours away from going to trial. It was the largest such settlement ever announced by a media company.
And yet, to Dominion CEO John Poulos, even that payday likely won’t be enough to save his company. The reputational damage Dominion has endured is just too severe, he tells TIME in a strikingly pessimistic interview about the company’s future.
“It’s just easier for our customers to use something that’s not Dominion,” Poulos says. “We just know that our business ultimately goes to zero.”
Since Poulos incorporated Dominion two decades ago, the company has grown into one of the largest providers of electronic voting hardware and software in America. But it wasn’t until the 2020 election that Dominion became a household name, after former President Donald Trump and his allies voiced conspiracy theories about it, including baseless allegations that the company helped rig the election by flipping votes for Trump to Joe Biden. Some outlets, like Fox News, began to spread those claims further, sparking public anger against the company. Earlier this year, Shasta County in northern California ended its contract with Dominion despite not having a replacement vendor lined up.
Smartmatic, another electronic voting systems company founded just two years prior to Dominion, has its own defamation suit pending against Fox.
“Fox on-air hosts Maria Bartiromo, Lou Dobbs and Jeanine Pirro, and Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell” are also named in the suit, according to the company’s website.
OK you have had your say.
FOX Filing Shows Dominion Voting Systems Executives Including Eric Coomer Knew Its Voting Systems Had Major Security Issues, Was Hacked, and Was “Riddled with Bugs”
April 26, 2023 — bunkerville
At least we managed to get some of the discovery for the Dominion Fox fiasco. Let Bunk here throw in some Dominion old stuff just for the memory. Everyone, but everyone in conservative news was posting about Dominion through the years. Yet only Dominion chose to go after Fox? Why is it only the GOP has problems with Dominion not counting votes?
Gateway Pundit picks it up:
FOX News uncovered through its discovery in the case that Dominion’s own employees expressed serious concerns about the security of its machines.
Dominion Voting Systems sued FOX News for $1.6 billion in a defamation lawsuit in March 2021. The AP reported on the suit in a very nasty and biased report.
The AP shared included numerous falsities and biases in its report, so much so that it looked like it was written by Dominion.
On Thursday, FOX News filed a brief in this case with Dominion Voting Systems. FOX News uncovered some material issues with Dominion and its voting systems. These items were so serious that Dominion employees expressed concerns about these issues as noted below.
Mark Beckstrand, a Dominion Sales Manager, confirmed that other parties “have gotten ahold of [Dominion’s] equipment illicitly” in the past. Beckstrand identified specific instances in Georgia and North Carolina and testified that a Dominion machine was “hacked” in Michigan. Beckstrand confirmed that these security failures were “reported about in the news.”
And just weeks before the 2020 presidential election, Dominion’s Director of Product Strategy and Security, Eric Coomer, acknowledged in private that “our shit is just riddled with bugs.” According to the brief, in 2019, Coomer noted that “our products suck.” He lamented that “[a]lmost all” of Dominion’s technological failings were “due to our complete f— up in installation.”
Other internal documents noted that a glitch identified by a security expert in Antrim County should be detected in the software. Coomer shared that the expert isn’t entirely wrong.
In addition, after the 2020 Election, Dominion received complaints from Georgia noting irregularities with machine counts that required employees to reprogram the machines.
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Biden Admin Begs Court to Bury Bombshell Report on Dominion Voting Machines
February 16, 2022
However, in a filing last week, CISA attorneys urged that the court hold off giving anything to anybody until the agency decides what should be released based on its Coordinated Vulnerability Disclosure process.
The filing states that “premature disclosure of Dr. Halderman’s report, even in redacted form, could, in the event any vulnerabilities ultimately are identified, assist malicious actors and thereby undermine election security.”
Dominion Voting System strikes Luzerne County – second PA Primary county to fall victim
May 21, 2021 — bunkerville
Yesterday I reported on Fayette County with an update on Luzerne county.
Voting Machines in Fayette County PA Were Not Counting GOP Votes – County Uses Dominion Voting Machines UPDATE
Chris Varney, Judge of Elections says they were initially under the impression that it was a problem with all ballots, but then determined it was only a problem with Republican ballots. Varney says he was unaware of which specific precincts were dealing with the same issue, but that this same issue was happening in numerous locations across Fayette County.
Most voters in Fayette County will vote using a hand-marked paper ballot. Some voters will use the Dominion Imagecast X to mark their ballot. All voters will use the ImageCast Precinct Scanner to cast their completed ballot.
No word from Dominion or anyone else about how this could have happened again, or why it seems to only be targeting Republicans again.
The Fayette County District Attorney is opening an investigation into ballot issues from Tuesday’s primary; KDKA’s Amy Wadas reports.
WILKES-BARRE, LUZERNE COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU-TV) — The Luzerne County Republican and Democrat Parties have reached an agreement, avoiding a court injunction over voting machine issues.
Dominion Responds After Pennsylvania Election Officials Report ‘Coding Error’ With Voting Machines
by now you have the drift. Same day voting, in person, and let’s end this third world voting system that allows for corruption.
Good luck America.. the best of the swamp.
Let me throw in some good reads-
The Daly Gator – Guess what is running Scotland’s Wind Turbines? Hmm
Pirate’s Cove has some thoughts on how Trump is spending his PAC Money