Sunday, December 20, 2020

Dominion Whistleblower Accuses CEO of Lying During Michigan Hearing

By Zachary Stieber December 19, 2020 Updated: December 19, 2020

A Dominion Voting Systems whistleblower who says she witnessed irregularities at the TCF Center in Detroit on Election Day is accusing Dominion’s CEO of lying during the recent Michigan Senate hearing.

CEO John Poulos answered questions about Dominion’s machines and software for several hours.

Melissa Carone was a contractor who worked for the company during the election. She told NTD, part of the Epoch Media Group, that Poulos misled legislators or outright lied.  Poulos told the Michigan Senate Oversight Committee on Dec. 15 there were three workers, two employees and a contractor, at the TCF Center. Carone alleged there were actually five there.

Poulos told legislators that the vote tabulator units sit atop a ballot box that is sealed during ballot counting. Carone said that may be the case elsewhere, but at the TCF Center the ballot boxes were not attached to the machines............To Read More.....

 
 

 

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