Dominion’s machines, which have a history of concerns, were used in many counties in Pennsylvania.
While there have been multiple alleged instances of voting irregularities in multiple states, proof has yet to surface of widespread nefarious activity that affected the final results of the presidential election.
President Donald Trump has questioned whether the machines were a factor in the apparent election of Democrat Joe Biden.
“The members of the state government committee were looking forward to publicly addressing the plethora of accusations of Dominion Voting Systems in a format which would have allowed open and honest dialogue. I was impressed at what appeared to be the willingness of Dominion Voting Systems to address accusations, and it would have put the 1.3 million Pennsylvanians who used their machines at ease, including myself,” he said Friday, according to The Epoch Times.
“Unfortunately, last evening, Dominion Voting Systems lawyered up and backed out of their commitment,” he said.
“Instead of running towards the light of honesty and integrity, Dominion Voting Systems retreated to the darkness. Why? Why would a vendor of public goods fear discussing their products sold to the public for the public good?” Grove said.
“If Dominion’s products were successful and operated as they were supposed to, why wouldn’t Dominion take the opportunity to publicly review its success? How hard is it to say, ‘our ballot machines worked exactly as promised, and they are 100 percent accurate?’”
“They walked away from the table. There was no reason for them to do that,” he said, noting that no legal action against the coming is on the horizon.
“If you’re not litigated, and we ask you to come before us, we expect you to fulfill your promise and come before us to address the questions that people have,” he said.
“It’s not going to change the outcome, but we need to know what happened. Dominion is part of that. There are broad accusations, I didn’t say they were true. I didn’t validate any of those accusations. We wanted to give them the opportunity to address them. They chose not to. Why?”
“It adds more skeptical issues with our constituents moving forward,” he said.
Kay Stimson, Dominion’s vice president of government affairs, explained the change in a statement, saying the company did at first agree to the hearing.
“However, that conversation was overshadowed yesterday by threats of litigation coming towards our company during a national press conference,” she said. “As we await the opportunity to debunk the baseless conspiracy theories being offered about Dominion and its voting systems in a court of law, we had to ask for a postponement of the discussion. Notably, our company doesn’t even support Philadelphia, or some of the other jurisdictions being targeted by attorneys in their remarks.”
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