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    by Just the News Staff   Fulton County, Pa., has filed a lawsuit against Dominion Voting Systems over what it claims are “severe” issues with voting data discovered after the 2020 election. The lawsuit filed Tuesday claims that the county at about the time of the 2020 election “became aware of severe anomalies in the Dominion Voting Systems due to the inaccuracy and/or inability to reconcile voter data with votes actually cast and counted” by the company’s proprietary system. County officials claims that a report from earlier this month revealed that “security measures necessary to harden and secure” Dominion’s systems had not been performed, that “external USB hard drives had been inserted in the machines on several occasions,” and that “there is no known list of approved external drives that could have been or were used or inserted into the machines.” The suit also alleges the county discovered a “python script” had been installed on one device, and that that same device was “connected to an external device on an external network,” reportedly one linked to Canada. The suit claims “breach of...
    On Wednesday, Reuters reported that Smartmatic, a voting technology company, has followed in the footsteps of Dominion Voting Systems and filed a lawsuit against One America News (OAN). The details of the lawsuit have not yet been posted to the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia's docket, but they contain allegations of libel and slander. In February, Smartmatic sued "Fox News, its parent Fox Corp (FOXA.O) and several Fox hosts in a New York state court, alleging they falsely accused the company of helping rig the U.S. presidential election in favor of Democrat Joe Biden," according to Reuters. That defamation lawsuit, like Dominion Voting Systems' lawsuit, is looking for billions in recompense. Smartmatic has also, like Dominion Voting Systems, sued Trump attorneys, Sidney Powell and Rudy Giuliani. How much the Florida-based Smartmatic will be looking for in damages from the San Diego-based OAN is not precisely known. However, since the allegations are almost identical to the ones being made by Dominion in its case against the right-wing propaganda machine, that number is believed to be in the billions....
    The Dominion voting systems company is suing a pair of far-right media companies and the former head of Overstock.com for defamation based on statements made about the 2020 election.  In separate lawsuits filed this week, the company alleges that One America News and Newsmax as well as Patrick Byrne, the former CEO of Overstock.com, made a series of false claims that the company's machines were manipulated to swing votes in President BidenJoe BidenTwo Florida school districts refusing to let students opt out of mask mandates Senate set to pass bipartisan infrastructure bill Tuesday On The Money: The key parts of Democrats' .5T budget resolution | Job openings hit record high for third straight month MORE's favor and against former President TrumpDonald TrumpWatchdog sues FEC for closing investigation into Rick Scott, allied super PAC Iowa man sentenced to 10 years for shooting Black teen at pro-Trump parade The SALT deduction cap makes it harder for communities to recover MORE.  “Newsmax helped create and cultivate an alternate reality where up is down, pigs have wings, and Dominion engaged in a colossal fraud...
    Conservative news channel Newsmax has posted an apology to an employee of Dominion Voting Systems, after it reported without evidence that he was involved in manipulating results of the 2020 US presidential election. “On behalf of Newsmax, we would like to apologize for any harm that our reporting of the allegations against Dr. Coomer may have caused to Dr. Coomer and his family,” a statement posted to Newsmax’s website states. According to the statement, there was no substance to the allegations made about Eric Coomer, Dominion’s director of product strategy and security: “Newsmax would like to clarify its coverage of Dr. Coomer and note that while Newsmax initially covered claims by President Trump’s lawyers, supporters and others that Dr. Coomer played a role in manipulating Dominion voting machines, Dominion voting software, and the final vote counts in the 2020 presidential election, Newsmax subsequently found no evidence that such allegations were true. Many of the states whose results were contested by the Trump campaign after the November 2020 election have conducted extensive recounts and audits, and each of these states...
    WASHINGTON, Mar 26 (.) – Dominion Voting Systems Corp has filed a $ 1.6 billion defamation lawsuit against Fox News, accusing the cable news network of falsely claiming that the voting company rigged the 2020 presidential election to improve their qualifications, the company said Friday. Dominion, who has already sued the campaign of former President Donald Trump, a former Trump campaign attorney, Sidney Powell, and his personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, argued that Fox News “sold a false story of electoral fraud to serve its own ends. commercials, seriously injuring Dominion in the process, “according to a copy of the lawsuit. Dominion claimed it filed the lawsuit in Delaware state court. Republican Trump lost the November 2020 election to Democrat Joe Biden, but continued to make claims without providing evidence of widespread voter fraud. His supporters stormed the US Capitol on January 6, as Congress tried to certify the results of the elections. In its lawsuit, Dominion said Fox News tried to appeal to viewers loyal to Trump by amplifying those unsubstantiated claims, including allegations that Dominion’s systems changed votes despite...
    WASHINGTON, D.C. (CBS) – Denver-based Dominion Voting Systems has followed through on threats and filed a lawsuit against MyPillow and founder Mike Lindell over claims their voting machines rigged the 2020 Presidential Election. Dominion is seeking $1.3 billion from MyPillow and Lindell in D.C. Federal Court. Dominion alleges that the business man defamed them with false allegations of election fraud. READ MORE: Independent Investigation Into Elijah McClains Death Complete, Major Aurora Police Changes Recommended (credit: Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post via Getty Images) In the 115-page complained filed Monday morning, Dominion Voting Systems cites a multitude of social media posts, traditional media appearances, and a two-hour film produced in part by Lindell claiming to prove widespread fraud. That video was released online in early February. Read the lawsuit for yourself here. Also found in the complaint is the allegation that Lindell used his platform promoting what is called “The Big Lie” to market his product MyPillow, “saying that the ‘President loves’ MyPillow and that people should go to MyPillow.com and use promo code ‘Gorka.'” The MyPillow logo was also prominently featured...
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    Seeking to "set the record straight, to vindicate the company's rights under civil law, to recover compensatory and punitive damages, and to stand up for itself, its employees, and the electoral process" Dominion Voting Systems on Monday sued former President Trump's personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani.The 107-page lawsuit accused Giuliani of carrying out "defamatory falsehoods" about Dominion, in part to enrich himself through legal fees and his podcast."Although he was unwilling to make false election fraud claims about Dominion and its voting machines in a court of law because he knew those allegations are false, he and his allies manufactured and disseminated the "Big Lie," which foreseeably went viral and deceived millions of people into believing that Dominion had stolen their votes and fixed the election," the lawsuit said.Ontario-based Dominion is seeking more than $1 billion in damages.
    More On: 2020 presidential election Did 1996 ‘Simpsons’ episode predict Capitol Hill attack? CEO says breaching Capitol was ‘single worst’ decision of his life Texas woman flew on private jet to join ‘working class’ in DC riots Ex-U.N. Ambassador calls Trump disappointing since election Pro-Trump lawyer Sidney Powell has been slapped with a $1.3 billion lawsuit by Dominion Voting Systems over her “wild accusations” that the company rigged the presidential election. Dominion, whose vote-counting equipment was used in several states, filed the federal complaint Friday to “set the record straight.” “During a Washington, D.C. press conference, a Georgia political rally, and a media blitz, Powell falsely claimed that Dominion had rigged the election, that Dominion was created in Venezuela to rig elections for Hugo Chávez, and that Dominion bribed Georgia officials for a no-bid contract,” the company said. Powell had been pursuing cases related to Trump’s claims of rampant voter fraud in the 2020 election, filing numerous unsuccessful lawsuits in an effort to overturn election results. She claimed votes were illegally “injected’ into Dominion-brand counting machines and that a...
    The CEO of Dominion Voting Systems has said the company is contemplating legal action and plans to sue President Donald Trump and his former attorney Sidney Powell for defamation.  Dominion Voting Systems is the company behind the voting machines which had been used during the presidential election in Georgia and elsewhere. The company has been subjected to a number of baseless accusations since the results were revealed.  Dominion Voting Systems CEO John Poulos has said his company plans on suing former Trump campaign lawyer Sidney Powell, pictured, imminently for defamation Company CEO John Poulos told Axios on Monday that his company plans on suing Powell, a former Trump campaign lawyer imminently for defamation over her claims about its voting machines. 'Our focus right now is on Sidney Powell, and there's very good reason for that. She is by far in our opinion the most egregious and prolific purveyor of the falsities against Dominion. Her statements have caused real damage. They're demonstrably false,' Poulos said.  'We were originally quiet and we sat back as a company because our hope was...
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