Republicans fuming after Dominion Voting Systems backs out night before scheduled oversight hearing

Republicans fuming after Dominion Voting Systems backs out night before scheduled oversight hearing


Republican lawmakers in Pennsylvania are expressing frustration after an electronic voting company at the center of President Trump’s voter fraud allegations backed out of a scheduled hearing.

“Last evening, Dominion Voting Systems lawyered up and backed out of their commitment to the people of Pennsylvania to provide input in a public format in which 1.3 [million] Pennsylvanian’s entrusted,” Pennsylvania State Rep. Seth Grove said Friday after the news that Dominion Voting Systems representatives canceled a scheduled appearance before the State Government Committee.

#PAHouse State Govt Cmte Chair Seth Grove details how Dominion Voting Systems were used by 1.3 million PA’ns in 2020 General Election. 19% of the total votes cast in PA’s 2020 General Election were cast on Dominion’s systems. Dominion abruptly canceled today’s hearing. pic.twitter.com/Qt4DAyYDzE

— PA House Republicans (@PAHouseGOP) November 20, 2020

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Trump’s legal team has called out Dominion several times while making the case that widespread voter

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