Dominion Voting Systems is in big trouble yesterday after Fox News filed its case with Dominion. Fox News discovered through its discovery that Dominion’s own employees had expressed serious concerns about the safety of its machines.
Dominion Voting Systems sued FOX News for $1.6 billion in a defamation lawsuit in March 2021. AP reported the case in a very nasty and biased report
Dominion Voting Systems filed a $1.6 billion defamation lawsuit against Fox News on Friday, arguing that the cable news giant falsely claimed the polling company rigged the 2020 election in an effort to boost misleading ratings.
The AP included numerous falsehoods and biases in its reporting, making it appear that it was written by Dominion.
Since the 2020 election, there has been a concerted effort by the mainstream media to defend the election results and label anyone or any entity challenging the unverifiable results of the 2020 results as election deniers.
On Thursday, Fox News filed a brief in this case with Dominion Voting Systems. Fox News uncovered some material problems with Dominion and its voting system. These items were so serious that Dominion’s staff expressed concern over these issues.
Discovery in this case showed that Dominion’s own employees expressed serious concerns about the safety of its machines.
Dominion sales manager Mark Beckstrand confirmed that other parties “have taken over [Dominion’s] equipment illegally” in the past. Beckstrand identified specific instances in Georgia and North Carolina and testified that a Dominion machine in Michigan had been “hacked.” Beckstrand confirmed that these security failures were “reported in the news.”
And just weeks before the 2020 presidential election, Dominion’s director of product strategy and security, Eric Kumar, privately admitted that “Our shit is just riddled with bugs” In fact, Kumar had been blaming Dominion’s failure for years. In 2019, Kumar noted that “our products suck.” He lamented that “[a]Most of Dominion’s technical failures were “due to our complete f-up installation.”
In another example, he identified a “*critical* bug that led to incorrect results.” Ex.H4, Coomer Email (January 5, 2018). He went on to note: “It doesn’t get much worse than this.” And while many companies can fix their flaws, Kumar lamented that “we don’t fix our weaknesses effectively!”
Other internal documents state that a flaw identified by a security expert in County Antrim should be traced to the software. Kumar shares that the expert is not completely wrong.
Also, after the 2020 election, Dominion received complaints from Georgia that there were irregularities with the number of machines that required employees to reprogram the machines.
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