On Thursday, Dominion Voting Systems revealed something crucial. It’s a Denver-based company and shared its answer to the Arizona Senate’s requirement for passwords to ballot tabulators.
Jan Bryant testified in front of the Arizona legislature on November 30, 2020. Then, Jen explained that Maricopa County officials didn’t run the election. The two Dominion workers did that! Also, it’s the explanation to the question of why Maricopa County officials didn’t obtain the Admin passwords and access to the Dominion voting machines.
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Ken Bennett, Audit’s Director, spoke to OAN and said Dominion refused to comply with the subpoena to give the passwords.
What could they possibly be hiding?
Today, Dominion, in their statement, harshly attacked the Maricopa auditors. But, they defended the controversial EAC group that rubber-stamped the previous ballot counting.
In conclusion, Dominion stated that they wouldn’t share the passwords to the Maricopa County voting machines!
No auditor is allowed to look at their machines!
This was the answer that we needed! Surely, they hide something. What could it be?
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. pic.twitter.com/wjKI8ztwIj
— Brahm Resnik (@brahmresnik) May 13, 2021
2020 Election Integrity: Arizona – Senate Forensic Audit – Dominion Statement On Password Access Via WAPO / AP
— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) May 13, 2021