Election technology firm Dominion Voting Systems responded to accusations from President Trump’s top lawyers who claimed election fraud and foreign interference carried out by the voting software at a Tuesday news conference.
Sidney Powell, a lawyer on Trump’s legal team, claimed to have found massive electoral fraud.
“What we are really dealing with here and revealing more about the day is the massive influence of communist money through Venezuela, Cuba and probably China in the interference of our elections here in the United States,” Powell said.
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She tried to connect election software in several states with a company founded “under the guidance”
“Dominion Voting Systems, the Smartmatic technology software and software also found in other computer voting systems, not just Dominion, was created in Venezuela in the direction of Hugo Chavez to ensure he never lost an election after a constitutional referendum came out,” as he did not want it to come out, ”Powell claimed.
Dominion has repeatedly denied allegations of voice changes and software problems. The company’s international headquarters are in Toronto, where it was founded in 2002, and its US base is in Denver.
“The recent flood of absurdities is deeply worrying, not only for Dominion, but also for our dedicated state and local partners and the electoral process in general,” the software company said in a statement after the press conference.
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“Dominion is clearly a non-partisan US company with no ties to Venezuela or Cuba,” the statement continued. “Voting counts are performed by county and state election officials, not by Dominion or other election technology companies – our systems support tabulation of these officials only.”
Trump’s legal team is trying to prove through various legal battles that the president is the rightful winner of the 2020 presidential election, despite the fact that Joe Biden is the expected winner.
A recent poll by Reuters / Ipsos from 13-17. November showed that 52% of Republicans believe Trump “rightly won.”
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Although a further 68% of Republicans reported concern that the election was “rigged,” the vote also found that a total of 73% of total voters agreed that Biden won the election.