Dem Supremes Back Dominion In Pa — The partisan Democrat Supreme Court of Pennsylvania ruled four days ago (March 21) in favor of Dominion Voting Systems that neither Fulton County nor the Pennsylvania Senate can audit their machines as they saw fit.
This overturned a Commonwealth Court ruling.
The Supremes said the audit must be done in a specified lab.
This ruling at first glance seems reasonable until it dawns on one that the restrictions will likely lead to a predetermined outcome and they really aren’t necessary to safeguard a false positive.
What would be a legitimate concern would be if the audit was not transparent and recorded, and unobservable by Dominion and other opponents.
That was obviously not the case.
That Dominion was allowed to be a party is especially troubling. Why would there even be a question that election transparency takes precedence over the intellectual property, or any concerns, of a private corporation.
Those machines should be considered public property. Anybody, much less a government, should be allowed to look at every bell and whistle on the machine, and every percent sign and parenthesis on the software.
When a media consortium investigated the Y2K Florida election, there was no fuss.
That an investigation into Dominion is being inhibited is almost proof positive something is hidden.
So where are the screams of outrage coming from Republican leaders? Why hasn’t Silent Joe Gale said something? Tom McGarrigle? Anybody? Maybe they did. If so they just whispered. That is not good enough.