Dominion Voting Systems Threatens Michigan Senator Who Claims Computers Were Connected to the Internet at Detroit Absentee Voting Center on Election Night

Dominion Voting Systems Threatens Michigan Senator Who Claims Computers Were Connected to the Internet at Detroit Absentee Voting Center on Election Night


Dominion Voting Systems has been sending threatening letters to whistleblowers for many weeks, but they have singled out former Michigan state senator Patrick Colbeck, demanding that he stop whistleblowing about voter fraud he attested to seeing first-hand in Detroit on election night.

Dominion is accusing Colbeck of participating in a “disinformation campaign” while giving his “Case for MI Decertification” presentation across the state. Colbeck maintains that he saw computers hooked up to the internet, a potentially massive data breach, at the TCF Center on election night where ballots were being tabulated.

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“You are knowingly sowing discord in our democracy, all the while soliciting exorbitant amounts of money — totaling

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