(TeaParty.org Exclusive) – When a person or a company is innocent they usually behave like an innocent person does. That typically involves acting like there is nothing to hide and being as transparent and available as possible.
On the other hand, when someone or an entity is guilty, they usually act like that too. Guilty people hide, deflect, and have “no comment.” Guilty parties usually try to say as little as possible and have to be forced to show up.
When Dominion representatives decided to bail out on a scheduled hearing with Pennsylvania’s State Government Committee set for Friday, it most certainly did not make them look innocent.
Originally, Dominion Voting Systems agreed to the hearing but last minute on Thursday evening they sent word that they wouldn’t be making it and that they had “lawyered up.”
BREAKING: Last night, officials with Dominion Voter Systems backed out of testifying before the Pennsylvania House State Govt Committee today. PA House Republicans will hold a press conference this morning to address Dominion’s failure to appear.
— LifeNews.com (@LifeNewsHQ) November 20, 2020
State Rep. Seth Grove, Interim Chair for the State Government Committee and Chair of the Government Oversight Committee, said that they were looking forward to the hearing at which they expected Dominion to back their products and offer information and reassurances to Pennsylvania voters.
Dominion Voting Systems was used in 14 counties in the state which account for 1.3 million voters and represent 19 percent of the vote. That is certainly no small segment.
Grove said at a press conference that was held during the time of the scheduled hearing that Dominion backed out of, that the company “backed out” of their opportunity to provide information in a public format to the 1.3 million voters that used and trusted their systems.
He noted that “instead of running toward the light of honesty and integrity, Dominion Voting Systems retreated to the darkness.” A very telling move, indeed.
Grove then asked what millions of Pennsylvanians are wondering: why? Why would the company “fear discussing their products sold to the public for the public good?”
He pointed out that if Dominion’s products worked as they should then why wouldn’t the company relish the opportunity to talk about their products publicly?
After weeks of accusations, one would think Dominion would look forward to the opportunity to say that their products work as they are supposed to and that the election was accurate and to answer any questions state officials might have.
Why, at the very least, hasn’t the company even released any kind of analysis to support and prove the success of their voting machines so that the public could be reassured?
“If they have nothing to hide, why are they hiding from us?” Grove asked before saying the company has “slapped” the 1.3 million Keystone State voters right in the face by not showing up.
He also pointed out that on top of Pennsylvanians already being skeptical the fact that Dominion couldn’t even bother to show up to the hearing only adds credibility to their skepticism.
He also noted that the incompetent Secretary of State and Governor Wolf appointee and minion, Kathy Boockvar, has made no indication that she or her office plan to address the concerns of millions of Pennsylvanians over the integrity of the election.
Grove pointed out that if the election was done “above board” no one involved should have anything to hide or any reason to be less than cooperative with investigations into it.
Innocent parties don’t hide.
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