Over the weekend, attorney Sidney Powell and former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, both members of President Donald Trump’s legal team in his fight against the alleged fraud that took place on Election Day, sounded the alarm about Dominion Voting Systems, a manufacturer of electronic voting equipment. Dominion is a Canadian company, headquartered in Toronto, that maintains offices in Denver.
Both claimed the machines were capable of manipulating votes, even from remote locations. Of course, Democrats and the establishment media, and even some Republicans, have discounted the claims and have called on Trump to concede the race gracefully.
But it wasn’t so long ago that three Democratic senators and one congressman were making identical claims about Dominion and its two main competitors in the election technology industry. The group includes Sens. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota and Ron Wyden of Oregon and Rep. Mark Pocan of