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Patterns of Death, Rebirth, and Deception: Unveiling the Electronic Voting Machine Controversy

Dominion CEO and Founder John Poulous predicts his business would “go to zero“ soon enough during a May 18 interview with Time magazine. When asked to confirm that he is predicting Dominion will lose all its business, Poulos doesn’t hesitate. “Eventually, I suspect all of our customers will go a different direction,” he says. “It’s just a matter of time.”

June 20, 2023

by Michigan Fair Elections and Pure Integrity Michigan Elections

The 2020 U.S. election sparked intense debates and controversies surrounding the integrity of the voting process. While some focused on alleged fraudulent activities related to voting machines, others believe that the root cause lies in the prevalence of "mail-in" fraud. Amidst these discussions, Emerald Robinson, an investigative journalist, sheds light on the Dominion Voting Systems and their potential disappearance under suspicious circumstances. This article explores the concerns raised by Robinson and the implications for future elections, with a specific focus on the Michigan context, where various voting machine brands are employed.

The Halderman Report: Unveiling Vulnerabilities

Emerald Robinson draws attention to the unsealing of the Halderman Report, which exposes the vulnerability of electronic voting machines to hacking. The report's release has prompted a shift in the narrative among some conservative influencers and media personalities, who previously dismissed claims of election fraud. Robinson highlights the irony of their sudden change of stance, questioning their credibility and reminding readers of those who doubted her own assertions.

The Dominion Voting Systems' Controversy

Robinson delves into the Dominion Voting Systems' controversy, highlighting their receipt of a staggering $787 million payment. Surprisingly, the company subsequently claims it will soon face bankruptcy. This financial turn of events raises suspicions and prompts Robinson to question the motives behind these actions. She points to the recent comments of Dominion's CEO, who predicts the company's imminent demise and the loss of all its customers due to the public outcry.

The Disappearance Strategy

Drawing from past experiences with voting machine controversies, Robinson suggests a pattern in which these companies conveniently rebrand themselves after facing scrutiny. She mentions examples like Diebold and ES&S, highlighting how they continue operating under new names, essentially masking their true identity while maintaining the same machines and systems. Robinson warns that the disappearance of Dominion as a company might be imminent, but the voting machines could still be used under a different name to confuse the public.

Implications for Future Elections

Robinson argues that the unsealed Halderman Report, revealing the vulnerability of electronic voting machines, should be a cause for concern. She expresses skepticism about the upcoming 2024 elections, stating that the same machines responsible for controversies in the past will likely be employed again. Robinson points to the Georgia Secretary of State's decision to postpone updating Dominion software until after the 2024 election as evidence of a potential plan to manipulate the results.

The Michigan Context

In the context of Michigan, readers will note that the state uses multiple voting machine brands, including ES&S, Hart, and Dominion. These different brands, however, share common designs and could be compared to branches of a tree, all connected to a common trunk. Michigan's involvement in the broader controversy surrounding voting machines extends beyond a single state and should be a matter of national concern.

In conclusion, Emerald Robinson raises important questions and concerns regarding the Dominion Voting Systems controversy and the potential manipulation of future elections. While the unsealed Halderman Report reveals vulnerabilities in electronic voting machines, the pattern of rebranding and name changes employed by such companies adds to the suspicion surrounding their activities. As discussions about election integrity continue, it is crucial to consider the implications of these findings and strive for a more transparent and secure voting process.

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