Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) said on Friday, Nov. 13, that conservatives should beware of security problems that have been identified on voting machines following claims that voting systems transferred votes from President Trump to Democratic candidate Biden.

During an interview with Newsmax TV’s Stinchfield, Nunes referred to the security problems identified at the voting machines as “the big concern of all conservatives.”

“They went to bed [on election night] … with Wisconsin, with Michigan, with Pennsylvania, and it seems that there is no way that Trump can lose,” Nunes said, adding, “They wake up and he lost them all and he keeps losing them.”

For Nunes, the concern is whether the voting machines are safe. He also said the issue should be of concern to the Biden campaign, which should consider a recount.

“I think the fact that the Biden campaign is not doing it and that the media continues to cover it up is a problem,” Nunes said.

Nunes also took the opportunity to criticize the large technological platforms of social networks for conducting a censorship campaign related to the increasingly documented electoral fraud, as well as the repeated restrictions on President Trump’s personal Twitter account.

“It’s vitally important … to get to a place where people can get accurate information and not be censored,” Nunes said indignantly, “Twitter has been censoring me for four years”

A Twitter message from President Trump, challenged by the same social network through a tag, said that Dominion removed 2.7 million of his votes nationally, citing an analysis of data that found that in addition 221,000 votes in Pennsylvania were switched from President Trump to Biden.

“941,000 TRUMP VOTES DELETED. STATES USING DOMINION VOTING SYSTEMS SWITCHED 435,000 VOTES FROM TRUMP TO BIDEN,” concludes the president’s message citing an OANN report.

It was recently announced that Eric Coomer, vice president of Dominion Voting Systems, the company responsible for managing the voting machines, recognized in 2016 that election officials could manipulate the results.

In response to allegations that Dominion’s systems were transferring votes from Trump to Biden, businessman Joe Oltmann took the time to investigate Coomer’s profile, discovering that he is a critic of President Trump.

In 2016, an undercover camera recorded Defend the Vote representative Sharon Meroni asking Coomer questions about the possibility of manipulating the voting systems, to which he responded in the affirmative.

Meanwhile, attorney Lin Wood, who recently joined the President Trump’s campaign legal team, revealed that the Chinese Communist Party allegedly tried to undermine the elections through the Dominion software, seeking to benefit Democrat Joe Biden.

Dominion is a company that is being lobbied by people close to the Democratic Party such as former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s chief of staff, or Democratic California Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s husband, Richard Blum.

According to the San Francisco Chronicle, Blum has a detailed history of relations with companies linked to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).