Dominion BAILED On Giving Testimony In Pennsylvania Court…Why?

( Republican members of the Pennsylvania State Government Committee hit back last week at representatives of Dominion, the company responsible for vote tabulation machines used in the 2020 election, for bailing on their plans to give testimony. The company was expected to offer answers to questions about voting irregularities that saw Democratic presidential candidate quickly catch up to huge leads for President Donald Trump on election night.

Pennsylvania House Republicans tweeted their frustration over the decision, saying that transparency was key to election security.

“Dominion Voting Software is asking us to give them only blind trust,” they tweeted. “We’re very disappointed in Dominion’s last-minute cancelation in today’s hearing.”

Rep. Dawn Keefer also addressed the decision at a press conference on Friday. She was asked whether there were test runs performed for the election, to which she responded, “How do we know?”

“Does Dominion use open-source software so that observers can go in and see exactly what switches are being turned on and turned off?” she said. “We don’t know. Moreover, how tightly controlled is the source code, and who has control of that source code?”

These are precisely the kind of questions that Dominion representatives would have been able to answer had they turned up to the hearing.

Rep. Seth Grove also said in the press conference that Dominion had “retreated to the darkness.”

“Why? Why would a vendor of public goods fear discussing their product sold to the public for the public good?” he asked. “If Dominion’s products were successful and operated as they were supposed to, why wouldn’t Dominion take the opportunity to public review its success?”

Meanwhile, President Donald Trump’s lawyers continue compiling their case against the election results and Dominion Voting Systems.

Sidney Powell, one of the lead attorneys representing the President, has promised she will file a “biblical” lawsuit in the coming week.