Company denies Trump claims about software issues, Lou Dobbs talks about them

November 13, 2020 / 286 views

Lou Dobbs appears to discuss a system that was used that some people are now asking about. He posted on his Twitter page the following caption, "Dominion Voting Systems: Toronto based

@dominionvoting was rejected by Texas Secretary of State in 2019 for major flaws in their software. Why was it used this election in 6 battleground states and 22 others?"

However, Dominion has denied any claim that their system was responsible for any issues in this year's battle for the White House. Here's the statement they made, as published on the Denver Post:

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“Dominion Voting Systems categorically denies any claims about any vote switching or alleged software issues with our voting systems,” a company spokesperson said in a statement to The Denver Post. “Our systems continue to reliably and accurately count ballots, and state and local election authorities have publicly confirmed the integrity of the process.”

Claims from Trump and others loyal to his administration are a part of a broader effort to delegitimize the November election results. While they allege rampant voter fraud across the country, election officials have found no evidence to support their claims, according to The New York Times.

Dominion has offices in Denver and Toronto and its voting machines are used in 28 states, according to the company’s website. Two of those states include Florida and Ohio, which Trump won in 2016 and 2020.

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President Trump made a post about it on Twitter and received a warning on his post saying that his claim had already been disputed.

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