Dominion Admitted Their Software Was Defective Three Days After The 2020 Election

On November 30, 2020, and again nearly a year later, I was privileged to coordinate a Public Joint Legislative Hearing in Phoenix then Oro Valley, Arizona put together by then Arizona State Representative Mark Finchem, Chairman of the House Federal Relations Committee where Mayor Guiliani and a team of subject-matter specialists came to testify about evidence demonstrating the multiple security breaches and issues of fraud in the recent national and state elections. The legislative hearings, were not sanctioned by Speaker of the House Russell “Rusty” Bowers, who did all he could to discourage and ridicule the hearings, were televised nationally. The evidence, forensic and otherwise, was remarkable and did show reasonable suspicion justifying a deeper investigation by the State Senate and the Arizona Attorney General.

Fifteen days after the November 30th Hearing, the Senate Judiciary Committee issued subpoenas to the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors. That triggered the discovery of additional evidence of election tampering, which in turn, elevated the investigative profile of matters to a legal standard of Probable Cause. In the fullness of time, a massive and fully designed cover-up took place among elected and the Dominion officials responsible for the actual machines used to receive and count votes. Arizona led the way for an additional six states to initiate investigations.

For the past three and a half years, more concerns, evidence, witnesses, and discoveries have shown a well-planned and executed process to interfere with the election of November 7, 2020, and then again in the 2022 election, at least within Arizona. Almost the entire legal system either denied such, would not hear such, or would not rule on such even after compelling evidence and testimony were presented. People directly involved lost jobs, income, and positions in the community fighting the good fight to restore election integrity and security. Many elected officials could not be bothered to tackle such controversy and “conspiracy-minded” stuff. The cost to those who continued to fight the good fight for election integrity has been quite real, quite heavy – emotionally, as well as financially. To this day, I periodically meet someone who doesn’t hesitate to tell me it was all a conspiracy and political theatre.

As running mates, Mark Finchem and Kari Lake filed in U.S. District Court, Arizona, an action requesting a temporary restraining order, alleging such egregious acts and violations of integrity in the electoral process. Today a Writ of Certiorari (cause to re-examine) is being submitted to the U.S. Supreme Court given the copious and prodigious amounts of evidence not allowed into lower courts but have now become painfully evident that such should have occurred. The gravity of the evidence from 2020 and continuing to present, is alarming and quite sobering. Then I received the 19-page report below dated March 19th, 2023, wherein Dominion admitted their voting software was defective, had “design flaws,” and “serious bugs.”

Let us pray that the U.S. Supreme Court accepts the petition to re-examine, people are held accountable, and face consequences; and our electoral process takes a giant step forward toward returning to a transparent, secure, and integrity restored, so we all can trust again. The link below takes you to the 19-page Dominion report and confession.

Dominion admitted their software was defective three days after the Nov. 2020 Election

Dominion Voting Systems knew its software was compromised and covered it up until Friday.

That was when emails between Dominion employees disclosed the cover up.

The emails are now evidence in a Michigan Court case, 2023-285759-FH.

Dominion employees admitted that its voting software was:

  • defective
  • had “a serious bug” and
  • “design flaws.”

The filing is 59 pages and is linked here.

The emails were dated three to ten days after the November 3rd, 2020 Election.

So that the wrong party could regain control of Congress and the Presidency.

The emails are imaged below.

Dominion said the defects were fixed on November 11th.

Except they weren’t.

And the defects won’t be corrected until after the Nov. 5th Presidential Election.

Neither will the hardware necessary to run the compromised software.

According to Dominion’s 19-page report dated March 17th, 2023.

It was filed with the U.S. Election Assistance Commission.

The report is linked here…

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©2024. Lyle J. Rapacki, Ph.D. All rights reserved.

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