Dominion Voting Systems, the electronic voting machine company that is central to voting fraud charges, categorically denies all accusations of voter fraud associated with its systems and points to the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) to back it up. Dominion’s website cites a joint statement by CISA and other organizations saying “there is no evidence any voting system deleted or lost votes, changed votes, or was in any way compromised.” What Dominion doesn’t tell you is that it and other voting system companies comprised the coalition that issued the joint statement with CISA. In other words, it used Homeland Security to ordain its defense.
The Joint Statement was issued by members of the Election Infrastructure Government Coordinating Council (GCC) Executive Committee, the Election Infrastructure Sector Coordinating Council (SCC), and CISA, as well as a host of other representatives from electronic voting systems companies and state governments. The Epoch Times reports that Dominion is a founding member of the SCC and a charter member of the GCC, both of which were involved in crafting the joint statement with CISA that the election “was the most secure in American history.” This implies that all the denials by Dominion are backed by the full weight of Homeland Security’s CISA. In breaking news, President Trump Tuesday fired the head of CISA for his “highly inaccurate” statement.
Rather than do true journalism as did The Daily Jot and Epoch Times, USA Today’s “Fact Check” said that claims regarding voting machine deletions and switches were false. And USA Today cited the very Joint Statement that voting machine companies like Dominion helped craft with CISA. The headline: “Government, experts agree: There were no deleted or changed votes, including by Dominion” The “fact check” went on to report: “A national coalition announced Thursday that there is no evidence that any voting software deleted or changed votes in last week’s election, per USA TODAY. In fact, the security group — which includes the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency and the National Association of State Election Directors–described the election as “the most secure in American history.””
The USA TODAY story never mentioned that Dominion was a founding member of the very groups that crafted the statement certifying that there was no electronic voter fraud. This is just another indicator of how the narrative is controlled by a complicit media. This entire challenge of voting machines is critical to the representative republic. Enough claims of fraud have already cast electronic voting systems as unreliable. This calls into question the integrity of every election using such devices, and shakes the very foundation of the public’s confidence of fair elections. It is a threat to our freedom and must be removed. President Trump is doing the right thing by challenging this method of voting. As Ephesians 5:11 says, “And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather expose them.” Let it be so.