The company in charge of counting the votes of the presidential election through its machines, Dominion Voting Systems, sued lawyer Sidney Powell for defamation and demanded $1.3 billion compensation.

After arguing that he was subjected to “unprecedented damage” by Powell’s and her allies’ claims, Dominion CEO John Poulos said he did not rule out suing President Trump as well, according to Axios on Jan. 8. 

He also sees Fox News, Newsmax, and One America News as possible defendants.

Dominion initially demanded that Powell retract the claims against the company, which Powell reiterated could not be done, and after the lawsuit, she maintained the integrity of the allegations.

“Dominion’s suit against me & is baseless & filed to harass, intimidate, & to drain our resources as we seek the truth of Dominion’s role in this fraudulent election,” Powell said.

She added, “We will not be cowed in exercising our 1st Amendment rights or seeking truth.”

Numerous investigations pointed to Dominion in shady dealings with the vote count. Several of Poulos’s claims to the contrary were disproved, such as that his machines did not connect to the Internet. Still, the text of his contracts says they did.

In one of the public hearings, a systems expert even managed to hack into one of the machines, demonstrating that infiltration from abroad was possible, increasing the chances of the Chinese Communist Party, Russia, Iran, and Italy falsified the results.

The Dominion administrators also claimed that their machine systems could not be altered by the people operating them during the vote count, which proved false.

Although Dominion assured that they did not share software with the company Smartmatic, linked to millionaire financier of the world’s leftist movements, George Soros, their CEO, Lord Mark Mallow-Brown, confirmed it, according to an interview taken in the Philippines. 

Additionally, Powell reported that Dominion sent the data captured by the machines during the vote count to a server located in Frankfurt, Germany, where the data was altered to increase the votes for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and deceive Americans that he was the legitimate winner.

Despite the evidence, the courts did not investigate the claims, ruling “lack of standing” on the litigant part, and the cases not rejected are pending.

Despite President-elect Joe Biden’s appointment, proceedings will continue, and Dominion’s controversial role in diverting the millions of illegal votes to Biden will eventually be confirmed.

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