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